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A Quasi-balanced Frequency Doubler Using Alternate Power Dividing and Combining Techniques

The design and analysis of a novel balanced-like high conversion gain frequency doubler is presented, employing alternate power dividing and combining techniques. In this design approach, all positive and negative cycles of the sinusoidal source signal...
Due to the inherent upper limit in operating frequency of active devices in local oscillators, a frequency multiplier, in conjunction with a low frequency local oscillator, has often been used as a signal source, providing better overall phase-noise performance and low cost realization. 1 A balanced configuration has been...
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GaAs-, InP- and GaN HEMT-based Microwave Control Devices: What is Best and Why

The properties of a single-pole, single-throw (SPST) switch using various technologies (InP-, GaAs- and GaN-based HEMTs) are reviewed and discussed in the context of their suitability for microwave and RF control applications. Insertion loss, isolation...
Solid-state switches based on high electron mobility transistors (HEMT) can be fabricated with a variety of different semiconductor technologies, usually selected on the basis of performance requirements. Such solid-state switches have been used successfully as control devices for transmitter and receiver switching functions in various digital communications systems. In...
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Characteristic Analysis of a Low Profile Post-type Monopole Antenna with Dual Plate

A low profile monopole antenna with dual plates (a shorted, inverted L-shaped planar plate and a gap planar plate) has been studied experimentally to obtain a large bandwidth and an enhanced radiation pattern. In this proposed antenna, the shorted plan...
A monopole antenna is a very simple and efficient radiating element.1 However, this antenna suffers from a limited bandwidth and distorted radiation characteristics. In the coming generation of mobile communications, multimedia services will be provided by a mobile handset, which must therefore be equipped with a broadband antenna. It...
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Design Curves for Estimating the Resonant Frequency and Q-factor for Rectangular Dielectric Resonator Antennas

Analysis and design curves for rectangular dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) are presented. The curves, based on the dielectric waveguide model, allow a designer to quickly predict the resonant frequency and Q-factor of a rectangular DRA without the ...
Dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) are a relatively recent addition to antenna technology and have been the focus of increasing research activity over the last two decades. A DRA is a resonant antenna fabricated from low loss microwave dielectric material whose resonant frequency is predominantly a function of size, shape...
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WELCOME TO THE 2005 INTERNATIONAL MICROWAVE SYMPOSIUM

Conference Information Attending the Conference Schedule of Events (175k pdf) Life in Long Beach (742k pdf) 2005 IMS Exhibitors (148k pdf) Long Beach Convention Center Floor Plan (193k pdf) 2005 IEEE MTT-S IMS Technical Program (pdf) jj You are invited to make the trip to Long Beach for the...
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Around the Circuit

Industry News Spectrum Control Inc. , a designer and manufacturer of electronic control products and systems, announced that Spectrum Microwave Inc., its wholly-owned subsidiary, has acquired substantially all of the assets and assumed certain liabilities of Amplifonix Inc . Amplifonix, Philadelphia, PA, is a designer and manufacturer of RF...
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New Literature

Design Application Note This application note is for designers using FPGAs to create easy-to-update products in a wide variety of markets. “Selecting an I/O Architecture for Your FPGA Design” will help engineers clearly understand leading factors that degrade performance in today’s most popular I/O. Agilent Technologies Inc., Palo Alto,...
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Northrop Grumman Successfully Deploys Smart IT Security Nationwide

Northrop Grumman Corp. has begun nationwide deployment of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) public key infrastructure (PKI), which provides increased security for its information technology systems. PKI is an IT infrastructure of cryptographic software that generates two large mathematically related numbers used to help identify the user. These...
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Raytheon’s Patriot GEM-T Missiles Two for Two

Raytheon Co.’s low cost Patriot GEM-T missiles destroyed two target drones during a test conducted at White Sands Missile Range, NM. During the test, a Patriot Configuration-3 firing unit successfully intercepted two low flying target drones, destroying both targets. This test went smoothly as planned, with the ground equipment...
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Lockheed Martin Conducts Successful Test of Guided MLRS Rockets

Lockheed Martin conducted a successful three-rocket ripple production verification test of the Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) rocket at White Sands Missile Range, NM. The three GMLRS rockets were fired from an MLRS M270A1 launcher, which features an Improved Launcher Mechanical System (ILMS) and an Improved Fire Control...
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