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A Miniature, Low Cost Rubidium Frequency Standard

A new low cost rubidium instrument that is one-third the size of previous similar sources without sacrificing performance
A Miniature, Low Cost Rubidium Frequency Standard Quartzlock UK Ltd. Totnes, Devon, UK Many of today's wireless communications systems require a compact, high precision frequency source. Although the use of a crystal frequency standard for these applications can provide excellent short-term stability, this type of source falls short in...
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FET Models for Volterra-series Analysis

A straightforward method for modeling FETs for Volterra analysis
Technical Feature FET Models for Volterra-series Analysis Stephen A. Maas Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Radiation Characterization of Slant Polarization Antennas

How to characterize the radiation patterns of a slant-polarized cellular telephone base station antenna
Technical Feature Radiation Characterization of Slant Polarization Antennas Mao Tian Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Microwave Transistor Oscillators: An Analytic Approach to Simplify Computer-aided Design

A simple analytic method of microwave bipolar transistor oscillator design that defines explicit expressions for optimum values of feedback elements through the bipolar transistor Z parameters
Technical Feature Microwave Transistor Oscillators: An Analytic Approach to Simplify Computer-aided Design Andrey V. Grebennikov Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Commercial Microwave Sensor Technology: An Emerging Business

A look at the innovative business of commercial microwave sensors, which is expected to generate a new $1 B market within the next few years
Commercial Microwave Sensor Technology: An Emerging Business Microwave sensors are on the move toward commercial usage in the industrial, automotive and consumer fields. This innovative business is expected to generate a new $1 B market within the next few years. Patric Heide Siemens AG Munich, Germany Based on a...
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Design and Analysis of Microwave Varactor-tuned Oscillators

Simple-structured varactor-tuned oscillators using series-tuning methodology with a common base configuration accompanied by feedback inductance
Technical Feature Design and Analysis of Microwave Varactor-tuned Oscillators Jwo-Shiun Sun Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Efficiency Principles for Phased-array Radars Using Active Antenna Elements

The use of an active phased array to solve such problems as generating high power in a single transmitter at super high frequencies
Efficiency Principles for Phased-array Radars Using Active Antenna Elements Efficiency design principles for active antenna arrays are presented and discussed. A dual-antenna then is shown to be a design that easily implements the efficiency principles and also offers other advantages for radars. Jesse C. James Consultant Huntsville, AL An...
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Will the Real TNC Connector Please Stand Up?

A description of the various TNC connectors most commonly used today and the variations in interface dimensions that can cause compatibility problems
Will the Real TNC Connector Please Stand Up? Dave White Maury Microwave Corp. Ontario, CA The TNC has been, and still is, a very popular connector that is widely used today in many commercial and military applications due to its small size, rugged construction and good power-handling characteristics. Over...
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Self-synchronizing a CDMA Cellular Network

Synchronization of base transceiver station clocks in a CDMA network using normal over-the-air messaging
Technical Feature Self-synchronizing a CDMA Cellular Network Chuck Wheatley Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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The Influence of Phased-array Antenna Systems on LEO Satellite Constellations

Some of the considerations that influence a low earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellation when a phased array is the antenna implementation of choice
The Influence of Phased-array Antenna Systems on LEO Satellite Constellations In this era of low earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations, the phased array has become the antenna implementation of choice. Previously thought to be an expensive solution for satellite systems, the requirement to provide multiple beams makes the phased-array...
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