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Locus Features X-band Low Noise Amplifier

The Locus Microwave L61000 series high performance X-band low noise amplifier (LNA) is available in a variety of premium noise temperatures including 40K and 45K. This unit is intended for indoor or outdoor environments with custom, ruggedized packaging options to fit the customer’s needs. The L61000 series features an...
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AWR and Vector Fields Partner

Applied Wave Research Inc. (AWR®), a provider of high frequency electronic design automation (EDA) tools, and Vector Fields Ltd. announced at the 2006 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium that they have integrated Vector Fields’ Concerto™ three-dimensional (3D) electromagnetic (EM) modeling software into AWR’s Microwave Office® circuit design platform. Vector...
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Fairchild’s 4x4 mm Dual-band PA Saves Space, Extends Range in WLAN Applications

Building upon its portfolio of WLAN power amplifiers (PA), Fairchild Semiconductor introduces the FMPA2151, a highly integrated dual-band WLAN power amplifier module optimized to increase performance and reduce PCB board footprint in the latest 802.11a/bg WLAN applications, including notebooks, digital cameras and portable handsets. The high performance FMPA2151 offers...
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IRC's Microwave Chip Resistors Perform At Frequencies Up To 40 GHz

Providing design engineers with a rugged resistive device specifically designed for transmission line termination at high frequencies, TT electronics IRC Advanced Film Division has developed a microwave/RF termination resistor rated for operation at frequencies up to 40 GHz. Designated the MWR series, the microwave chip resistor is constructed using...
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RFMD® Introduces GaN High Power Transistors

RFMD ® introduced a family of Gallium Nitride (GaN) high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) high power transistors and is sampling to top-tier cellular infrastructure and WiMAX base station customers. The sampling of these transistors represents the achievement of a baseline 0.5 um GaN high power transistor process by RFMD....
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TriQuint Introduces New GaAs Amplifiers at MTT-S

TriQuint Semiconductor , a supplier of microwave and millimeter-wave products for wireless communications infrastructure and the defense industry, introduced new gallium arsenide (GaAs) amplifiers during the IMS MTT-S Exhibition in San Francisco, CA. These new amplifiers are part of TriQuint’s continuing commitment to meet customers’ market-specific high frequency signal...
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Rohde & Schwarz Introduces Instrument To Combine Spectrum Analyzer and Phase Noise Tester

Rohde & Schwarz introduced the R&S FSUP, the company's first instrument designed exclusively for measuring phase noise and characterizing RF signal sources. The instrument incorporates the company's many years of experience in developing high quality spectrum analyzers and low noise oscillators and synthesizers. Rohde & Schwarz claims this to...
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Automated Pattern Measurement for Circularly-polarized Antennas Using the Phase-amplitude Method

This article describes an increasingly popular procedure for measuring circularly-polarized (CP) antennas. Known as the phase-amplitude method, this procedure is particularly well suited for implementation in an automated antenna measurement system tha...
Polarization is a basic consideration in the design of any wireless communication system. Most systems use either linear or circular polarization. For a simple description of these two types of wave polarization, consider the illustration shown in Figure 1 . This figure shows an electromagnetic wave approaching an observer....
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