Newsletter | February 13, 2014

02.13.14 -- Low Frequency Vibrations Could Power Miniature Electronic Devices Indefinitely

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Vector Network Analyzer Calibration Options For Ensuring Measurement Accuracy In The Field
By Afsi Moaveni, Agilent Technologies
Installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of RF and microwave systems and components requires measurement of their reflection and transmission characteristics within a variety of indoor and outdoor environments and conditions, some of which can be quite extreme. Typically, these measurements are made using a handheld vector network analyzer (VNA) having a user calibration that is performed in the field.
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30- To 400-MHz Low-Noise, Low-Current Amplifier Datasheet
This low-noise, low-current amplifier operates in the 30- to 400-MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving ISM, CDMA, TETRA, RFID, mobile broadcast, automobile-to-home control systems, and medical micro-oower networks.
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