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New Earth Modeling Technique Improves Design of Low- and Zero-Profile Antennas

Emanuel Merulla, antenna design engineer for MegaWave Corp. , Boylston, MA, has applied a new absorbing boundary technique in the Flomerics MicroStripes 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation solution, to accelerate the design of low-profile and zero-profile antennas installed in the Earth. The new technique significantly reduces the computer memory requirements...
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Vishay Receives Two NEDA Manufacturer of the Year Awards

Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. recently received two awards from the National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA). Vishay received the awards, one for Active Component Manufacturer of the Year and one for I, P and E (Interconnect, Passive and Electromechanical) Component Manufacturer of the Year, at NEDAs annual Executive Conference in Chicago,...
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ARMMS Conference, UK, November 2007

The papers presented at the SJ Technologies sponsored ARMMS RF & Microwave Society conference in Corby, UK, on 5 and 6 November, covered a wide range of topics in the RF and microwaves sector. The Society is a non-profit, independent professional society comprised of electronics engineers with an interest...
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Optimization of a Photonic Crystal Waveguide Termination

Photonic crystal (PC) devices exploit the photonic band gap effect to control the propagation of certain frequencies of light. 1 The exact distribution of the different dielectric materials has a strong effect on device performance, consequently, many different methods for improving PC devices are under investigation. One method that...
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Acceleware Gains Speed for FDTD Solvers used in Biomedical Simulations

A new and innovative technology has emerged to aid EM Simulations for biomedical data analysis – improving diagnosis, reducing result wait times, and advancing biomedical research. Too often in the biomedical field the pace of innovation can be limited by technology and time restraints. Researchers are frequently discouraged with...
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RF CMOS Assumes Wireless Data ICs Center Stage

In the past, implementing transmitters and receivers at RF frequencies required unique and costly technologies such as SiGe BiCMOS and GaAs processes. Cost advantage, RF performance improvement and integration considerations now make CMOS a relevant and attractive technology for RF ICs implementation. Progress made in CMOS technology during the...
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