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NI AWR Design Environment supports Design Workshop Technologies DRC and LVS tools

NI (formerly AWR Corp.) announces AWR Connected™ for DWT, a new NI AWR Design Environment™ flow that enables integration with Design Workshop Technologies’ (DWT) design-rule checking (DRC) and/or layout vs. schematic (LVS) tools for printed circuit board (PCB) and module design.  The new AWR Connected for DWT DRC and LVS flow can run in one of two ways: in the full view/DWT user-interface (UI) mode or transparently from within the Microwave Office UI. 


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Remcom announces unique technology for optimizing matching circuit elements

 Remcom announces a new circuit element optimizer for XFdtd® electromagnetic simulations software that optimizes matching circuits for several antennas serving multiple bands simultaneously. XFdtd’s Circuit Element Optimizer determines lumped element values based on the following goals: radiation efficiency, system efficiency, and S-parameters. This simplifies the antenna matching workflow because the circuit elements remain in the electromagnetic layout structure during optimization. 


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Teledyne Microwave Solutions reveals new line of YIG tuned band-reject filters

Teledyne Microwave Solutions revealed a new line of YIG tuned band-reject filters that covers the frequency range of 125 MHz to 18 GHz. Powered by a new patent-pending technology that overcomes several of the long-time design limitations inherent to YIG Band-Reject, or “notch” filters, the new TMS product line delivers to customers several major performance advancements that are unparalleled to date in the industry.


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Avago Technologies debuts miniature RFIC for SDARS car radio systems at IMS 2015

 Avago Technologies, a leading supplier of analog interface components for wireless, wireline, storage and industrial applications, today announced a miniature highly integrated LNA-filter RFIC module, the ALM-2203, targeting Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS) car radio systems. The module is designed to enable SDARS signal to coexist with cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS signals commonly present in today's automobiles. 


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