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Then: RF Leakage Characteristics of Popular Coaxial Cables and Connectors, 500 MC To 7.5 GC

In the design and use of coaxial devices, a knowledge of the leakage characteristics of radio-frequency cables and connectors is important, both in measurements and in the design of operational and test equipment. The evaluation and measurement of electromagnetic leakage through solid conductors, braids, screens, slits and other configurations...
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Effect of Resistivity Variations on the Performance of Lossy Micro-machined Resonators

This article examines the effect of wafer resistivity on micro-machined resonator performance. Two similar topologies, on two wafers of different (low and high) resistivities, have been compared at X-band. The high resistivity wafer shows a 10 dB impro...
Microstrip resonators have very important applications in microwave or millimeter-wave systems. They are important components of microstrip filters, microstrip oscillators and microstrip antennas, and enable miniaturization of microwave equipment with improved performance. The performance of a microstrip resonator relies on the electromagnetic field distribution, the resonant frequency and the...
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A Highly Integrated HBT Down-converter MMIC Employing Optimally Designed Spiral Inductor Filters

In this article, a highly integrated down-converter monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC), employing heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBT), is described for application to a one-chip transceiver solution for a Ku-band commercial wireless co...
Ku-band down-converter MMICs and receiver chips have been reported in the literature. 1–3 However, for one-chip transceiver applications in Ku-band, the following problems should be solved: • Ku-band commercial down-converter MMICs have been fabricated using GaAs MESFETs and HEMTs 1–3 because they can be easily integrated on one chip...
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A Distributed Trans-impedance Amplifier Using InGaP/InGaAs Enhancement-mode PHEMT Technology

A broadband trans-impedance amplifier using a 0.5 μm InGaP/InGaAs E-mode PHEMT process is reported for optical electronic communication applications. The distributed amplifier was achieved with a trans-impedance gain of 50 dB-Ω and a bandwid...
An optoelectronic device performs the transition between optical and electrical components. The trans-impedance amplifier is the most suitable preamplifier configuration in optoelectronic receivers. A block diagram of the circuit module is shown in Figure 1 . The trans-impedance amplifier is the first stage electrical amplifier in the receiver chain...
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Horn Antenna Synthesis CAD Tool

Hybrid mode horn radiators with high aperture efficiency and low cross-polarization levels are commonly used in wideband or multi-beam antennas in modern telecommunications. Such applications usually require the accurate prediction and optimization of the antenna performance parameters for both fundamental and higher order mode operation. Although various analysis tools...
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New Insights into Varying RF Phenomena with Live RF

The rapid expansion of digital RF applications has driven the measurement needs of many applications including mobile communications and spectrum management beyond the capabilities of swept spectrum and vector signal analysis. To address these new requirements, Tektronix has developed Digital Phospor Technology (DPX™) with live RF that first became...
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A Low-cost Digital Synthesizer

The conversion from analog to digital technologies, in such fields as wireless communications, music and video, has historically emerged first in the high end of their respective markets. Initial appearances of digital technology are usually seen in those applications requiring leading-edge performance. The same pattern has been emerging, albeit...
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Fabless in Hyderabad AMTL develops standard products based on robust and reliable designs fabricated at GaAs foundries around the world. AMTL products are tested and packaged as per customer requirement at the state-of-the-art facility available with the parent company. AMTL also designs high performance MMICs for customer specific applications....
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