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Lockheed Martin Completes Major Design Review

A Lockheed Martin team has successfully completed a key design revue of the Transformational Satellite Communications System (TSAT) Space Segment, signaling the team’s readiness to proceed with the next development phase of the program. TSAT will provide thousands of users with wideband, highly mobile, beyond line-of-sight protected communications to...
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New Literature

Product Data Sheet This data sheet provides complete detail on the company’s 2 to 18 GHz miniature PIN diode absorptive switches with built-in TTL drivers. Product photographs, specifications for each model and optional screening information are also provided. Advanced Control Components Inc., Eatontown, NJ (732) 460-0212, www.advanced-control.com . WiMAX...
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Smart Design Practices Address EMI/EMC Challenges

To produce more circuit functionality, leading-edge designs rely on high-speed devices, using the latest IC process nodes and advanced package technologies. As the complexity of these electronic products intensifies, constraining EM emissions within dense printed circuit boards (PCB), IC packages and even the IC itself requires careful engineering. With...
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A Design of Wideband Folded Dual Monopole Antennas for Wireless Communications

This article proposes a new structure for a wideband antenna, featuring omni-directional radiation characteristics based on a single plane structure that can be used in integrated circuits. The proposed antenna is a folded dual monopole based on a mono...
Nowadays, the information society is rapidly changing. Mobile communications and their technologies are increasingly parts of our daily lives. Mobile communications devices are becoming smaller in order to afford efficient mobility. Antennas, which are used to transmit and receive signals, are also increasingly required to become smaller and lightweight,...
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Minimization of Phase Noise in Scaled Device Coupled Mode RF Oscillators

This article describes the impact of device scaling on phase noise in coupled oscillators, which have recently emerged as strong contenders for radio frequency (RF) and mixed-signal applications.
As the frequency band for wireless communication shifts higher and higher, the generation of power efficient, low phase noise, broadband and configurable compact signal sources (oscillators) with low cost has become more and more challenging, due to the frequency limitations of the devices (transistors). The performance of communication systems...
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Web Update

New Product Slideshow AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation’s home page now features a new product slideshow that features the latest AR products. Currently being featured is the family of 4 to 8 GHz solid-state amplifiers, the company’s line of laser powered probes, the CI conducted immunity generators and the TGAR automotive...
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The Book End

Advanced Modeling in Computational Electromagnetic Compatibility Dragan Poljak Wiley Interscience • 514 pages; $125 ISBN-13: 978-0-470-03665-5 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the applied discipline within the science of electromagnetism including almost all relevant areas of theoretical (computational) and experimental electromagnetics. Theoretical methods in electromagnetics can be classified as analytical or...
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Highly Integrated MMIC Solutions for C-band Applications

The technique of directing an antenna electronically rather than mechanically has been used for quite a number of years in the military domain and more recently for space applications. The numerous advantages of this technique, including lack of mechanical parts, small sized and lightweight antennas, fast positioning, beam agility,...
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New Products

Components 100 W SPDT Switch The model SWN-218-2DR-45068-MULTISPECTRAL is a SPDT reflective, solid-state switch. It is designed to handle 100 W CW with low insertion loss over narrow band­widths. Operating from 100 MHz to 2 GHz with an isolation of 40 dB and an insertion loss of only 1.5...
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