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Holzworth Releases USB-controlled 1.024 GHz RF Synthesizer

Holzworth Instrumentation announces the release of the HS1001A USB-controlled 1.024 GHz RF synthesizer. Typical phase noise performance is -130 dBc/Hz at 1 GHz (10 kHz offset) with harmonics below -30 dBc and spurious below -60 dBc. Other features include: DC-coupled AM/FM/PM and pulse modulation capabilities, frequency sweep, internal/external triggering...
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Avago Announces WaferCap and World’s Smallest RF Amplifier

Avago Technologies announced the world’s smallest RF amplifier. The company is a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. With miniature 0402 package dimensions and no wirebonds, the innovative VMMK-2x03 amplifiers experience almost no signal loss and minimal parasitics. Its ultra-small size and fully...
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GEO-1 Spacecraft Ready for Environmental Test Phase

Lockheed Martin announced that it has achieved a major integrated test milestone on the first Space-based Infrared System (SBIRS) geosynchronous orbit (GEO-1) spacecraft that enables the start of environmental testing in preparation for launch in 2009. The GEO-1 satellite, designed to provide new missile detection and surveillance capabilities for...
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Raytheon Demonstrates Gallium Nitride Advantages in Radar Components

Raytheon Co. is developing transmit-receive modules based on the advanced semiconductor gallium nitride (GaN) for use in future radar upgrades. “This transmit-receive module demonstration and parallel reliability testing show that GaN will soon be ready to take over where increased power and advanced capabilities are needed,” said Mark Russell,...
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A Ku-band 4-bit Compact Octave Bandwidth GaAs MMIC Phase Shifter

Editor’s Note: The editorial theme for June is semiconductors, MMICs and RFICs, so we are featuring several related technical articles and product features in this month’s issue. In keeping with our Then and Now series that celebrates the Microwave Jou...
This article presents the design approach and test results of a X-/Ku-band 4-bit compact GaAs MMIC phase shifter developed for broadband applications. The phase shifter design is based on choosing an optimum topology for each bit, yielding compact size and low insertion loss. It also has on-chip integrated digital...
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