Dielectric Laboratories (DLI) offers a series of single layer capacitors designed with Class II dielectric materials and X7R temperature stability characteristics for a variety of DC blocking or RF bypass applications. With operation capabilities over a broad frequency range, these high frequency, wire bondable capacitors are ideal for GaN, GaAs, filtering, tuning, and coupling applications where small size and microwave performance is vital for a circuit’s performance.
Managing High-Temperature Electronics Environments Down To The Component Level
As complex electronic systems become more prevalent in our daily lives, the demand for high-temperature, high-reliability components continues to increase. To meet the brief, material and design of these high-temperature components must deviate from today’s standard.
Modern Motor Design Cleans Up The Portable Vacuum9/20/2021
The 21st century home offers abundant examples of how a simple, everyday device - the electric motor - has evolved through modern design to become an integral part of an expanding number of home appliances.
How To Increase Downstream Bandwidth/ Upstream Capabilities9/20/2021
Qorvo has written a new resource, How to Increase Downstream Bandwidth and Upstream Capabilities in CATV Amplifiers with Greater Efficiency. This paper discusses CATV Broadband, and how to keep the customer base satisfied with more bandwidth.
Why Millimeter Wave Requires A Different Approach To DPD, How To Quantify Value9/15/2021
The purpose of this article is to draw a comparison between a traditional sub-6 GHz macrocellular and a mmWave base station radio and antenna design. It further covers how these design differences impact DPD implementation in mmWave arrays relative to sub-6 GHz radios.
A Comprehensive Way To Use Bonding For Low Noise Amplifier Performance9/15/2021
Is RF engineering a form of black magic? This article analyzes the challenges faced in the development of ADH519S, an 18 GHz to 31 GHz low noise amplifier (LNA), for the aerospace market.
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