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Error Compensation for Digital Predistortion Linearizers

October 1, 2007
In this paper, error items of the demodulator in the feedback path are analyzed and the compensating algorithm is derived.[1] Also the simulation is completed to validate the closed-form algorithm in the numerical way.
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A Fast Switching Signal Generator

September 26, 2007
The published specifications for a complex instrument like the Giga-tronics 2500 signal generator can only partially describe its characteristics and attributes, but by fully understanding the design of the instrument, the user can better exploit its capabilities.
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Ensuring Successful Operation Of RFID Tags In Aerospace Asset Tracking

September 14, 2007
A new patent-pending, high dielectric material with high magnetic permeability can offer manufacturers an ideal solution for ensuring RFID tags will operate as expected on metal products.
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Capabilities of Multi-layer Organic Packaging

September 14, 2007
More than just a packaging technology, MLO represents a fundamental change in the method of designing compact RF systems.
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New Techniques Aid 802.11n and MIMO Testing

September 14, 2007
This article describes the new measurements and techniques required to test, characterize and troubleshoot 802.11n systems that employ MIMO
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Composite Low Pass Filter Design with T and π Network on Microstrip Line

August 8, 2007
This paper demonstrates the potential of using microstrip line as a low cost solution for RF planar low pass composite filter design with T and π network.
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LDMOS Technology Solid-state Transmitter for a MIDS Communications System

July 12, 2007
This article presents the design of a transmitter with an output power of 400 W for the MIDS Communication System (Multifunctional Information Distribution System), using LDMOS technology.
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Acceleration Sensitivity Characteristics of Quartz Crystal Oscillators

July 12, 2007
Although it is not possible to completely eliminate the effects of acceleration on the frequency of a quartz crystal oscillator, by understanding the vector nature of the crystal’s g-sensitivity characteristic, the impact in most applications can be minimized and managed acceptably.
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