The HNRRKIT is a complete re-radiating system to allow you to re-radiate the GPS L1 carrier indoors. The HNRRKIT consists of a Roof Antenna, a plug-in re-radiating amplifier & a re-radiating antenna
Handheld Device Promises To Deliver Inexpensive Diagnostics To Developing World
When most people go to the hospital, the laboratory analysis of various tests is taken for granted. In many developing countries, however, this is not the case, and even the most basic laboratory tests may not be available.
Ultra Low Noise Amplifiers
This white paper provides information on two of Skyworks’ ultra-low noise amplifiers; the SKY67150-396LF and the SKY671513-396LF.
Pushing Software Radio Closer To The Antenna
New technologies offer engineers of SDR (software-defined radio) systems diverse opportunities to perform digital-signal processing much closer to the antenna than ever before. Strategies for doing so include the latest wideband data converters, monolithic receiver chips, compact RF tuners, and remote receiver modules using gigabit serial interfaces. Each approach presents benefits and tradeoffs that must be considered in choosing the optimal solution for a given application.
Properties, Test Methods, And Mounting Of Dielectric Resonators
The most important material properties for a Dielectric Resonator (DR) are its dielectric constant (εr), Unloaded Quality Factor (Qu), and temperature coefficient of the resonant frequency (τf).
EM Simulation: Evolution Within Circuit Design
Electromagnetic (EM) simulation has become commonplace for RF and microwave circuit designers. This viewpoint article examines current trends with regard to how designers use EM tools inside of circuit simulators. Dr. John M. Dunn, AWR
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Variscite Launches A New Version Of The Successful VAR-SOM-MX6 System-On-Module With Embedded eMMC And Enhanced Wi-Fi And Bluetooth Capabilities
Variscite, a leading design and manufacturer of embedded solutions and System-on-Modules, announces the launch of the enhanced VAR-SOM-MX6_V2 System-on-Module.
TSMC Launches Ultra-Low Power Technology Platform For IoT And Wearable Device Applications
TSMC (TWSE: 2330, NYSE: TSM) today announced the foundry segment's first and most comprehensive ultra-low power technology platform aimed at a wide range of applications for the rapidly evolving Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable device markets that require a wide spectrum of technologies to best serve these diverse applications.
Microsemi Expands Customer Application Design Opportunities By Introducing SmartFusion2 Advanced Development Kit With Largest Density 150K LE Device
Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq: MSCC), a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, today announced the availability of the company's new largest density, lowest power SmartFusion®2 150K LE System-on-Chip (SoC) FPGA Advanced Development Kit.
Richardson RFPD Introduces New 2-Bit, 18 dB, 35–6000 MHz UltraCMOS Digital Step Attenuator From Peregrine
Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced recently the availability and full design support capabilities for a new fast switching 2-bit RF digital step attenuator from Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation.
Pharad Introduces Small Form Factor LTE Panel Antenna
Pharad announced recently the introduction of their new Long-Term Evolution (LTE) antenna to address the growing worldwide demand for innovative LTE antenna solutions for Small Cell and Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Networks.
Ultra-Low Consumption For The Future Of Electronics
The European project E2SWITCH is aiming to develop new electronic systems with ultra-low energy consumption. The nine partners, universities, research institutes and companies, are committed to making these ‘circuits of tomorrow’ more energy efficient.