This article discusses how a real-world filter’s deviation from ideal behavior needs to be quantified and that shape factor and selectivity are tools to use in this process. It touches on how both resonator Q and the filter order (number of resonators in a design) can influence a filters behavior in the transition band.
As the number of higher throughput applications grows sharply, there is a need for wider bandwidth and network coverage in wireless systems. However, given limited spectrum allocation, strategies must be found to improve spectral efficiency and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Multi-antenna techniques, such as Multi-input Multioutput (MIMO) and beamforming, can help achieve diversity, multiplexing, and antenna gain in order to improve spectral efficiency and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). This white paper will help the reader understand phase coherence and why it matters, and offer tactics for generating phase-coherent signals.
By Sri Sridharan,Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
As the promise of a wirelessly connected world becomes a reality, there is a growing need for LTE technologies that address low cost, long battery life, security, and reduced complexity — all critical components for IoT.
NewSpace networks and terminal vendors need to thoroughly test wireless communication systems and components to ensure uninterrupted operation and high quality of service. This white paper focuses primarily on the challenges ground terminals (user terminals and gateway terminals) present to design verification testing and manufacturing. Conducted and radiated test solutions are also discussed.
This video introduces Skyworks' high-power switch solutions for 4G and 5G Time Division Duplexing Base station systems. These high-power switches utilize Skyworks’ internal PIN-diode processes and world class design expertise.