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  1. Factors Affecting Temperature Rise In MLC Capacitors
    10/16/2019

    The advantages of multilayer ceramic capacitors over plastic film types include their smaller physical size, lower inductance, and ability to operate at higher temperatures. These advantages make MLC capacitors well suited to high power applications, such as power converter systems in electric and hybrid electric vehicles. When selecting a capacitor to operate at high temperatures, it is useful to understand how its operating conditions can affect its working temperature. This application note explores the factors that affect the working temperature of an MLC capacitor.

  2. Flexibility Of Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors
    10/16/2019

    Mechanical cracking resistance can be increased by two methods; by reducing the mechanical stress being exerted on the capacitors by PCB design/assembly processes, and by increasing the mechanical strength of the component. This article takes a look at both approaches and will examine Knowles Capacitors’ approach to increasing the mechanical strength through FlexiCap™.

  3. Solid State Programmable Attenuator System: 50PA-506 Datasheet
    10/15/2019

    JFW offers the 50PA-506 Solid State Programmable Attenuator System that operates from 200 MHz to 6 GHz. It has eight individually controlled attenuation channels that each provide a total attenuation range of 63 dB with 1 dB steps. Each attenuation channel has an insertion loss of less than 6.6 dB and can handle up to 33 dBm of input power.

  4. Solid State Programmable Attenuator System: 50PA-506
    10/15/2019

    JFW offers the 50PA-506 Solid State Programmable Attenuator System that operates from 200 MHz to 6 GHz. It has eight individually controlled attenuation channels that each provide a total attenuation range of 63 dB with 1 dB steps. Each attenuation channel has an insertion loss of less than 6.6 dB and can handle up to 33 dBm of input power.

  5. RF Radiated Immunity System: MT06002 Datasheet
    10/15/2019

    The Model MT06002 Multistar™ Multi-tone tester is a state-of-the-art system designed to test RF radiated and conducted immunity faster than ever before possible. By testing multiple frequencies at once, test times can be reduced by a factor equivalent to the number of tones selected. The number of tones is only limited by the signal generator bandwidth and the size of the amplifier used with the system.

  6. RF Radiated Immunity System: MT06000A Datasheet
    10/15/2019

    The MT06000A is an RF radiated immunity system tests for EN/IEC62000-4-3, EN/IEC60601-1-2, EN50130-4, EN61000-6-1/2, EN55024 standard compliance.

  7. GPS Front-End Modules For Mobile Applications: SKY65728-11 Datasheet
    10/4/2019

    The SKY65728-11 is a shielded GPS low-noise amplifier front-end module (FEM) designed for use in mobile applications such as smartphones and tablets. Features include high linearity, excellent gain, and superior noise figure to enable design flexibility and high levels of integration. It is ideally suited for GPS L5 applications.

  8. GPS Front-End Modules For Mobile Applications: SKY65725-11 Datasheet
    10/4/2019

    The SKY65725-11 is a shielded GPS low-noise amplifier front-end module (FEM) designed for use in mobile applications such as smartphones and tablets. Features include high linearity, excellent gain, and superior noise figure to enable design flexibility and high levels of integration. It is ideally suited for GPS/GNSS/BDS receivers.

  9. GPS Front-End Modules For Mobile Applications
    10/4/2019

    Skyworks introduces new shielded GPS low-noise amplifier front-end modules (FEMs), the SKY65725-11 and SKY65728-11, designed for use in mobile applications such as smartphones and tablets. Both devices feature high linearity, excellent gain, and superior noise figure to enable design flexibility and high levels of integration. Pre-filters provide the low in-band insertion loss and excellent rejections of the cellular, PCS, and WLAN frequency bands.

  10. The Wi-Fi Evolution
    9/26/2019

    If you are looking to buy a new wireless networking gear or a mobile device, you may be overwhelmed by too many choices and abbreviations. Since Wi-Fi was first released to consumers in 1997, its standards have been continually evolving – typically resulting in faster speeds and network/spectrum efficiency – and it can be difficult to keep track of new standards. This paper is meant to help you understand the basics of Wi-Fi standards, and provides and overview of the evolution of Wi-Fi technologies.