Newsletter | June 11, 2020

06.11.20 -- Ultra-Wideband And Contact Tracing 101

Featured Article
Simplifying 5G Radio Design With A New Range Of 28 GHz Bandpass Filters

As 5G innovation forges on, radio systems continue to emerge. Each system has a range of requirements, including specific RF filter performance needs, and it’s up to the 5G FR2 Ecosystem of suppliers to meet that demand. In response, Knowles Precision Devices (KPD) supports a wide variety of 5G radio applications.

Ultra-Wideband And Contact Tracing 101

Ultra-Wideband (UWB) is a wireless technology that enables unprecedented accuracy in real-time measurement of location and distance: it can accurately determine a device's location within centimeters, both indoors and outdoors.

5 GHz Wi-Fi Coexistence With 5G Cellular For Improved User Experience

The ever-increasing demand for higher data rates and reduced buffering times has driven the continuous evolution of cellular communication and transmission. 5G promises to take performance to levels never seen before, with mounting pressure to deploy 5G handsets faster than any previous cellular standard.

RF/Microwave Design Software: Cadence AWR Design Environment, Version 15

The Version 15 (V15) release of Cadence® AWR Design Environment® software offers new and enhanced analyses through faster and higher-capacity simulation technologies, time-saving design automation, and 5G New Radio (NR) compliant testbenches. This article introduces the software and discusses the important changes and updates made to help with each design application.

The Rebirth Of HF

HF, or “high frequency” technology, usually refers to signals with frequencies in the 3 MHz to 30 MHz range, all though, many practical cases extend these frequencies as low as 1.5 MHz. One of the best-known applications of HF is worldwide or global communications. Government, military, and commercial broadcasters can reach listeners worldwide using HF frequencies. This paper explores the unique properties of HF that enable global communications.

Industry News
Featured Multimedia
Introduction Of AR Modular RF’s AR5000 Series

AR Modular RF’s AR-5000 Series comprises wideband, Class A/AB linear amplifiers designed for use with modern digital modulations. Engineered with a flexible system architecture, AR-5000 Series amplifiers are tailored to meet specific user needs over the frequency range of 80 kHz to 1000 MHz and power range of up to 1000 Watts CW and 4000 Watts peak. In this video, Joe Craig introduces the first model in the AR5000 series.

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Webinar: Installed Antenna Performance And RFI

This webinar demonstrates how EMA and Dayton Granger provide customers with critical insight on the behavior of their RF components, allowing the customer to anticipate and avoid interference problems. It also discusses how knowledge of the out-of-band performance of antennas, filters, and RF systems (e.g., transmitters and receivers) allows for surgical mitigation of RF interference. 

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Ethernet Controlled Remote Broadband Switch: DCR-8E
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100 kHz To 4.2 GHz AR System: Model AS04239
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