The QPQ5600 is an high-performance, high power, Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) band-pass filter simultaneously exhibiting low loss in the Wi-Fi UNII 5 band and high near-in rejection in the UNII 1-3 band.
Discover several techniques for measuring phase noise, including spectrum analyzer, phase detector/PLL, precision phase demodulation, and the benefits of cross-correlation.
Take a deeper look at the rich history of the robust and reliable Clipster and highlight some of the best features and advantages of the new Clipster 6 MK2.
Operating in the 1250 to 2600 MHz L/S range, the AR-FS-20LS unit provides 20 Watts output power across the band and supports fully automatic T/R Switching in less than 2 μs and harmonic suppression.
Examine how crest factor measurements and plotting complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) curves can assess amplifier linearity.
An important method used to analyze power levels statistically is the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF). Learn how to interpret a CCDF plot with a measurement example.
The complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) can provide a deeper understanding of signal behavior beyond a single crest factor value. Learn the purpose of a CCDF graph in this video.
Crest factor is an important ratio to calculate when testing wireless systems and devices, particularly in digital modulation schemes like OFDM. Learn more about crest factor in this video.
A pulsed RF signal should ideally transition smoothly to its maximum amplitude. However, overshoot can cause distortion. Learn about overshoot and how it affects an RF signal in this video.
Explore the significance of analyzing a signal’s pulse envelope, an important metric utilized during pulsed signal analysis.
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