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Minimizing PIM Generation From RF Cables and Connectors

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SantronUnderstanding mechanical tolerances, coaxial design details and connector materials used in cable assemblies helps produce communications equipment with the lowest levels of passive intermodulation (PIM).
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Head to Head: NI PXIe-5665 Versus Traditional Boxed Instruments

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NIThis paper discusses the setup details for the demo shown in this video Head to Head: NI 5665 vs. Traditional Boxed Instruments. The demo compares the performance and speed of the NI PXIe-5665 with the Agilent PXA. Rather than comparing the datasheet specifications of both instruments, this video compares the two instruments while performing real- world test scenarios.


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50V LDMOS

An ideal RF Power Technology for ISM, Broadcast and Commercial Aerospace Applications
Freescale Semiconductor, RF Division
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RF laterally diffused MOS (LDMOS) is currently the dominant device technology used in high-power RF power amplifier (PA) applications for frequencies ranging from 1 MHz to greater than 3.5 GHz. This paper will include device and design considerations that specifically target enhancing ruggedness performance. The features of the products using this platform will also be presented.


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AWR’s Visual System Simulator Co-simulates with NI’s LabVIEW for Enhanced Signal Processing Capabilities

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Accurate Co-Simulation of Surface-Mount Capacitors in Shunt Configurations

Ledezma (USF), Weller (Modelithics), Robin (Motorola)
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Bandwidth vs. Efficiency Trades in RF Amplifier Design

Greg Ramon, QinetiQ North America
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Integrated LNA Serves Base Station Needs

Chin-Leong Lim
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Joint Analysis of Traffic and Channel Power Distributions in 3G Wireless Telecommunications Networks

Sean Cordone, Vice President of Engineering
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RFID objects monitoring in space bounded by metallic walls.

S. Korneev, S. Alyakrinsky.
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Considered problem is the reading of multiple RFID tags in the region of space, which is bounded by metal walls and has resonant radio-engineering properties. Obtained results show that it is possible to get reliable automated monitoring of items with tags by forming of a local electromagnetic field (EMF) with the help of slow-wave structures (SWS).
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Turn up the Heat: An Electrical-Thermal MMIC Design Flow

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