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From Design to Reality

CST GmbH
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Development speed is a major concern in today's products' life cycle. Ranking alongside the raw costs involved with prototyping a device, time-to-market is the one key constraint imposed on design engineers. Consequently, any innovative or competitive advantage can easily be lost if advanced ideas get stuck in a long...
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High Performance Wideband Amplifiers for Radar and Satcom Applications

M/A-COM Inc.
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A series of high performance wideband MMIC low noise, gain block and driver amplifiers has been developed for applications in next-generation radar and satcom equipment. These new amplifiers operate in the 2 to 20 GHz frequency range and feature a single-supply, low noise and distributed gain functionality. The amplifiers...
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A Powerful Alternative for High Speed Near-field or Far-field Antenna Measurements

Nearfield Systems Inc.
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A high speed receiver and beam controller has been introduced to address the growing need for faster antenna measurements. This article describes the Panther 6000 system and will show how it can benefit the antenna range operator by allowing more complex CW and pulsed antennas to be tested in...
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Design of a 900/1800 MHz Dual-band LTCC Chip Antenna for Mobile Communications Applications

This article presents the design simulation, implementation and measurement of a miniaturized 900/1800 MHz dual-band low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) chip antenna for mobile communication applications. The use of a helix-monopole type dual-band ...
Chi-Chang Lin, Yu-Jui Chang and Huey-Ru Chuang, National Cheng Kung University
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Recently, multi-layer LTCC technology has been used extensively for the miniaturization of RF passive components and antennas. In addition to the high integration by embedding components and interconnects, high Q passive elements have been demonstrated with LTCC technology. 1 It is suitable to integrate antennas and other passive components,...
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A K- and Ka-band Vehicular Phased-array Antenna

Zoran Golubicic, Sasa Dragas and Zoran Cvetkovic, TTI Technologías de Telecomunicaciones y de la Informacíon
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Commercial applications of phased-array antennas have been extensively studied over the last decade, principally in the case of vehicular antennas. Beside the problems related with the design of such an array, there are some general considerations that must be taken into account. If the vehicular antenna has a high...
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Recent Trends in Oscillator Design

Randy Rhea and Bill Clausen, Eagleware Corp.
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Two decades ago, oscillators were typically designed by starting with a topology named for its discoverer, such as Colpitts or Pierce, and then analytically or empirically modifying element values to achieve a desired result. Later, the application of linear CAE tools provided more options and opportunity. The use of...
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EuMW 2003 — Celebrating Endeavour in Munich

Richard Mumford, Microwave Journal European Editor
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Following hard on the heels of the famous Oktoberfest, Munich also proved a more than convivial host to the RF, microwave and wireless communities as the ICM Congress Centre became home for European Microwave Week 2003 in October. Just like those who over indulged at the beer festival the...
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Got You Covered

Michal Fiszer and Jerzy Gruszczynski
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In 1976, Soviet pilot Viktor Belenko escaped with his MiG-25P to Japan, thus revealing RP-SA Smerch-A (NATO: Fox Fire) radar technology to the West. While the USSR was undeniably proud of the MiG-25P's peerless speed and altitude capabilities, it was in reality a rather simple aircraft mechanically. The compromise...
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New Products

New Waves: Radar/Antennas
Microwave Journal
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Log-periodic Antenna The Radiant Arrow™ AT2526 is a wideband, high gain, log periodic antenna of proprietary design. The AT2526 covers the 26 to 250 MHz frequency band and accepts up to 15 kW input, making it suitable for high field generation and large EUT testing. It also works well...
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Around the Circuit

Microwave Journal
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Industry News NATEL Engineering Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of Scrantom Engineering Inc. , Costa Mesa, CA, a Solectron company. The new company, now known as Scrantom Inc., a NATEL company, will become an integral part of NATEL's broad capabilities in microelectronic packaging. Scrantom Inc. will...
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