Newsletter | April 4, 2024

04.04.24 -- RF Components For Radar: Overview And Trends


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RF Components For Radar: Overview And Trends

Radar systems play a crucial role in detecting and locating objects. Explore the key functional components and technological evolution, from duplexing to digital-array radar, in this overview.


VSWR And Its Effects On Power Amplifiers

VSWR happens from having an impedance mismatch between a source and a load. VSWR is not a hard concept to grasp, but its effects on the instrumentation can be more difficult to realize. 

Switch Filter Banks For Agile RF Receiver Design In Radar

In this installment of our RF Components for Radar series, we delve into switch filter banks, which are essential for optimizing radar performance in congested spectra.

Integrating X-band Radar For Next-Level Detection And Imaging

Explore the evolution and integration challenges of X-band radar, a pivotal technology boasting superior resolution and compactness, shaping modern radar solutions.


TX RX Systems, Inc. To Showcase New BDA Line At IWCE

PAWR Announces 5G Open RAN Testing With Mavenir At POWDER Testbed

Qorvo Set To Double GaN Capacity

NVIDIA Unveils 6G Research Cloud Platform To Advance Wireless Communications With AI

NETGEAR Unveils The Ultimate Tri-Band WiFi 7 Access Point WBE750 For Heavily Connected Businesses

Akoustis Achieves Wi-Fi 7 Design Win & Volume Orders For 2 New Programs From Current Tier-1 Enterprise Wi-Fi AP Solutions Provider

Sibros & Cavli Wireless Announce Groundbreaking Partnership To Empower IoT Connectivity Across Automotive & Beyond


How Can High Crest Factor Signals Affect System Performance?

Discover how high crest factor signals can negatively impact the performance of RF and microwave systems with this short video.


Mobile Network Benchmarking And Optimization

Examine the complete benchmarking and optimization process from planning and data acquisition to validation, analysis and implementation of network improvements.


MIMO And Array Design For 5G

Antenna engineers favor advanced antenna systems capable of beam steering and multiple data stream transmission in order to meet 5G throughput requirements.  Designing such a device is a difficult task because many factors are involved a device’s performance:

  • Antenna coupling within a device’s case
  • Effects of multipath propagation
  • Data transfer schemes

XFdtd and Wireless InSite ensure a comprehensive device design process, from simulating the initial antenna pattern to computing throughput performance in a multipath channel model. Together the products ensure a device will work well in its intended environment.

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