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Ultra-Wideband Technology and Test Solutions

Introduction UWB technology is quickly gaining acceptance as a wireless technology with outstanding characteristics. To understand UWB, we begin with a look at its origins and its growth to date. History Early radios like Guglielmo Marconi’s spark gap design (1896) marked the beginning of Impulse Radio (IR) communications. Inspired...
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Valpey Fisher to Tout Jitter Attenuators

Valpey Fisher Corp. introduces the VFJA402 and VFJA430 jitter attenuators, integrated clock/PLL timing solutions for 1G/10G/100G synchronous Ethernet applications. The VFJA402 provides two LVPECL outputs from 10 to 200 MHz. The VFJA430 has two LVCMOS outputs from 10 to 200 MHz. Two select inputs [S1,S0] allow the user to...
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MESL Launches Drop-in Isolators and Circulators

MESL Microwave has launched a range of space qualified package drop-in and substrate drop-in isolators and circulators. These devices are available with either MIC, tab or coaxial interfaces and are initially designed for C-, X- and Ku-band applications with other frequencies to follow. These devices have 0.5 dB insertion...
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Vubiq to Present 60 GHz Integrated Radio on a Chip

Vubiq Inc. announced the availability of its 60 GHz integrated radio solution, enabling commercial, government and academic institutions to utilize the unlicensed 57 to 64 GHz band for application development. Vubiq’s tiny radio modules (patent pending), packaged in a 10 mm BGA, combine 60 GHz transmitters and receivers with...
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Emcore to Present PB7100 THz Spectrometer

Emcore introduces the PB7100 Terahertz Spectrometer, a complete turn-key THz spectroscopy system featuring continuous swept frequency-domain analysis from 100 GHz to >2 THz with unprecedented frequency resolution of 200 MHz and signal-to-noise ratio of 80 dB-Hz at 100 GHz for rapid analysis of gases, liquids and solids. Unlike prior...
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