Corry Micronics offers a series of high power RF amplifiers operating in frequencies ranging from 869 GHz to 2170 GHz, and with nominal output power of 32 W or 45 W. Signal types include GSM, LTE, and UMTS models. Control and monitoring features are available.
Analysis Of A Terahertz Dual-Band, Dielectric-Loaded Horn Antenna
In this example, a design is evaluated with XFdtd EM Simulation Software, using a conical horn to radiate a lower frequency band at 94 GHz with a tapered dielectric strip to carry the higher band of 340 GHz. The dual-band horn design shows good performance at both frequencies with high gain, symmetrical beams and low sidelobes.
Accurate Gain/Phase Measurement At Radio Frequencies Up To 2.5 GHz4/14/2021
Electronic circuits fall into two broad categories—those that process and transform signals and those that measure signals. Circuits that measure RF signal strength, whose fundamental metric is power, are generally called detectors, but only a thermopile (bolometer) measures this quantity directly.
Bits To Beams: RF Technology Evolution For 5G Millimeter Wave Radios4/14/2021
When the wireless industry embarked on the creation of 5G, 2020 seemed so far away. As the 5G ecosystem continues to evolve, Analog Devices will continue to bring to bear our leading-edge technologies and signal chain solutions to enable our customers to develop differentiated systems for the emerging 5G millimeter wave market.
SFDR Considerations In Multi-Octave Wideband Digital Receivers4/14/2021
Electronic warfare (EW) receivers must intercept and identify unknown enemy signals among a congested wideband spectrum of multiple interfering signals without the benefit of dynamic range and sensitivity improvement techniques employed in communications and radar receivers.
Massive MIMO And Beamforming: The Signal Processing Behind 5G Buzzwords4/14/2021
Analog Devices’ RadioVerse™ family of integrated transceiver products allow for a high density of RF paths in a small space, so they are well suited to massive MIMO applications.
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