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Being able to analyze signals across multiple domains is critical to finding interference, glitches, spurs, drop-outs, and other errors. This paper will take you through a typical 5G system debug and validation scenario of a wideband RF amplifier.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, 2020 was the fifth consecutive year of growth in electric vehicle (EV) sales, and the demand is growing. Based on the first quarter numbers, the Bureau anticipates 2021 sales are on a path to surpass last year’s.
This white paper presents a technique for easily and quickly analyzing low frequency response on an oscilloscope with the R&S®RTx-K36 frequency response analysis (Bode plot) option, which uses the oscilloscope’s built-in waveform generator to create stimulus signals ranging from 10 Hz to 25 MHz.
Managing power is critical for systems to operate properly, and in a world that demands smaller, faster and smarter devices, it can be a real challenge. But what if a built-in power management device helped tackle that job?
Learn how Remcom’s WaveFarer® Radar Simulation Software uses ray-tracing to simulate virtual drive scenarios and predict radar returns as a system moves through an environment with vehicles, roadway structures, pedestrians, and other objects.
This webinar introduces the many components and characteristics of a modern wireless device that need to be verified before a commercial launch. It includes an overview of the various test phases, plus the types of testing challenges that occur when developing a modern wireless device.
The Model 125S1G6C is a solid-state, Class A design, self-contained, aircooled, broadband power amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required.
The SGX1000 series of RF signal generators offers high performance signal generation with an easy-to-use interface in a compact form factor. The SGX1000 utilizes a proprietary blend of direct digital and direct analog synthesis to provide ultra-fine frequency resolution, lightning-fast frequency switching, ultra-low phase noise and jitter, and superior reliability.
Qorvo offers an expanding portfolio of automotive related products for Wi-Fi applications which includes high-linearity front end modules (FEMs), low-loss switches, and filters. These products are designed to reduce the time it takes to develop Wi-Fi systems, making it easier to implement onto and an automotive PCB design.