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Corry Micronics’ line of high power RF amplifiers feature up to 40% efficiency, an extended temperature range of -20oC to 55oC for MIL-STD applications, and status monitoring signals that provide diagnostic information.

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  • Advanced RF Filters For V2V And Other Automotive Applications

    Automobiles rely more and more on a growing number of wireless technologies to communicate with the outside world. Long-term technology goals include vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2X) communications for millions of automobiles as collision-avoidance and other intelligent transportation applications, which can be met using the IEEE 802.11p standard over the 5.9 GHz Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) band. Avoiding interference in these applications requires high-performance RF bandpass filters capable of operating at high frequencies.

  • Spray-On Conductive Concrete Shield Electronics From EMP Attacks

    Scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) have invented a type of concrete mixture that can shield electronic systems from electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). It's a cost-effective alternative to current EMP shielding solutions like metal enclosures.

  • Using PIN Limiter Diodes In Receiver Protectors

    A limiter PIN diode with a three-layer design can protect a receiver from large input signals while allowing the receiver to function normally when large signals aren’t present. A diode can also be used as an input-power-controlled RF variable resistance to produce attenuation that is a function of the diode characteristics as well as the incident signal amplitude. This application note describes the use of PIN limiter diodes in receiver protectors in detail, as well as their many design characteristics and benefits.

  • How Should We Deal With Internet Of Things Cybersecurity Threats?

    The rapid proliferation of insecure internet-connected devices and systems is threatening critical healthcare, financial, transportation, energy and other infrastructure, to the extent that government and industry should be working together more closely than ever to mitigate risks.

  • Gallium Nitride – A Critical Technology For 5G

    While today’s carrier networks are better than previous generations, providers have a lot of ground to cover to reach the goals promised with 5G technology. In addition to being “greener” for the environment, 5G has goals of 1 ms latency, 100 x network energy efficiency, 20 Gbps peak data rates, and 10 Mps/m2 area traffic capabilities. So, how do we achieve the RF chain 5G objectives and meet ‘green’ network goals? This article discusses how RF Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology can be used for emerging 5G technologies.

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