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The Role of Microwave Technologies in the Wireless Revolution

Microwave technologies that are providing a reliable, fast-to-deploy, cost-effective, flexible transmission network for mobile operators as part of the current wireless boom
September 1, 1998
The Role of Microwave Technologies in the Wireless Revolution Manuel del Castillo and Henry Valenzuela Andrew Corp., Orland Park, IL There is no doubt that we are in the middle of a wireless revolution that has been initiated by current digital mobile standards. This wireless boom has accelerated the...
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mm-wave Microelectronics Manufacturing

Achieving successful commercial mm-wave maunfacture by implementing products rapidly and maintaining low costs as well as a stringent design-for-manufacture discipline
September 1, 1998
mm-wave Microelectronics Manufacturing Kevin Danehy and Mark Wolf M/A-COM, a division of AMP Inc. Lowell, MA The question as to whether or not the telecommunications industry will fully utilize the promise of mm-wave technology is still highly debated. However, the development and interest in commercial mm-wave products have skyrocketed....
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Free-space vs. One-horn Interferometer Techniques for Radar Absorber Measurements

A comparison of the reflection coefficient measurements of radar-absorbing materials in free space and using the one-horn interferometer technique for different test samples
September 1, 1998
Free-space vs. One-horn Interferometer Techniques for Radar Absorber Measurements The reflection coefficient measurements of radar-absorbing materials (RAM) in free space (FS) and using the one-horn interferometer (OHI) technique are compared for different test samples. It is observed that the problems in the measurement of reflection coefficients using the OHI...
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MESFET and HEMT Design Using Fast Physical Device Simulation

Application of the HP Active Physical Device Simulator to the analysis of MESFET and high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) design issues with a focus on the physical insight that the tool offers
September 1, 1998
MESFET and HEMT Design Using Fast Physical Device Simulation This article demonstrates how fast physical device simulation can be used in conjunction with measured data to gain insight into device operation and help troubleshoot device designs. The need for device simulation, which is fast enough to provide a reasonable...
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Around the Circuit

September 1, 1998
Around the Circuit INDUSTRY NEWS UK-based Bowthorpe plc has announced that its specialist power supply subsidiary, Switching Systems International (SSI) , Anaheim, CA, has acquired the business and certain assets of Orange, CA- based Conversion Equipment Corp. (CEC) . By obtaining CEC’s custom power supplies for equipment manufacturers, SSI...
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New Literature

September 1, 1998
New Literature Nylon Resin Brochure This eight-page brochure describes the company’s Capron® XFI™ series nylon resins for large-part (automotive panels, tractor decks and hoods, and lawn tools) and thin-wall (cellular telephones, battery housings, pagers and hand-held electronics) applications. Product photographs are included. AlliedSignal Plastics, Morristown, NJ (888) 565-9835. Product...
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Web Update

September 1, 1998
Web Update RF and Microwave Products This enhanced Web site details a broad range of categories, including new product data sheets, application notes, employment opportunities and product overviews. The site represents the company’s ongoing efforts to keep customers informed regarding the company’s continually improving production processes to meet market...
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COMPONENTS

September 1, 1998
COMPONENTS Thin-film Directional Couplers The CP0805 series thin-film directional couplers feature typical coupling performance of 16 dB over a wide frequency range. The units are available in two basic configurations with five different coupling types that feature characteristic impedance of 50 W, maximum insertion loss of 0.25 dB and...
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SOFTWARE

September 1, 1998
SOFTWARE Load Pull Software This Windows"-based load pull software combines the powerful capability of the latest CCMT DOS version with user-friendly Windows. The software features macro file operation and editor, a configurable tool box, integrated harmonic tuning (requires additional hardware), on-line help, multiple measurement lists, a user-defined figure of...
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HARDWARE

September 1, 1998
HARDWARE Ball Slides These ball slides provide accuracy of 0.001" at prices as low as $53 and are reliable due to good shock and impact resistance, which translates into reduced downtime and longer bearing life. Long life is further enhanced by the stainless steel balls and races, which offer...
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