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A C-band Low Power High Dynamic Range GaAs MESFET Low Noise Amplifier

A low power, high input third-order intercept point cascode low noise amplifier for C-band wireless data applications
February 1, 2000
Technical Feature A C-band Low Power High Dynamic Range GaAs MESFET Low Noise Amplifier S. Yoo, M.R. Murti, D. Heo and J. Laskar Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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A Low Cost, High Accuracy Radar Altimeter

Development of a frequency modulated radar altimeter to be used for flying object height measurement
February 1, 2000
Technical Feature A Low Cost, High Accuracy Radar Altimeter Giorgos E. Stratakos, Paul Bougas and Kostas Gotsis Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Coupled Triplets

A look at the trend toward using coupling between nonadjacent resonators to form finite attenuation peaks
February 1, 2000
Coupled Triplets Albert J. Klappenberger and William B. Lurie ALK Engineering Salisbury, MD As the state of the art in L-C filter design realization moves forward to satisfy the changing demands of today’s requirements, it appears that some of the more sophisticated techniques are giving way to older, less...
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Integral Resistors in High Frequency Printed Wiring Boards

Integral resistors in the form of planar resistor technology in printed wiring boards that have become a tool of the circuit designer for addressing increasingly complex packaging demands
February 1, 2000
Integral Resistors in High Frequency Printed Wiring Boards Bruce P. Mahler Ohmega Technologies Inc. Culver City, CA The growing need to eliminate discrete resistors is driven by design trends toward faster speeds, shorter trace lengths and smaller boards with higher component densities. Printed wiring boards (PWB) have become complex...
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RF Receiver Requirements for 3G W-CDMA Mobile Equipment

Detailed specifications for a wideband CDMA (W-CDMA) receiver derived in terms recognizable by the RF designer
February 1, 2000
Technical Feature RF Receiver Requirements for 3G W-CDMA Mobile Equipment O.K. Jensen, T.E. Kolding, C.R. Iversen, S. Laursen, R.V. Reynisson, J.H. Mikkelsen, E. Pedersen, M.B. Jenner and T. Larsen Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Radiating Elements for Wideband Phased Arrays

The principles of electronically scanned arrays applied to the selection of a radiating element for an array
February 1, 2000
Technical Feature Radiating Elements for Wideband Phased Arrays Warren L. Stutzman and Carey G. Buxton Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Computer-aided Design of Ultrabroadband 100 MHz to 20 GHz Amplifers

Design and fabrication of ultrabroadband feedback amplifiers using the negative feedback concept
February 1, 2000
Technical Feature Computer-aided Design of Ultrabroadband 100 MHz to 20 GHz Amplifiers A.S. Virdee and B.S. Virdee Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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Pulse Operation of Transmission Lines Including Skin-Effect Resistance

Skin effects that produce significant changes in the pulse propagation along a twisted-pair transmission line
February 1, 2000
Technical Note Pulse Operation of Transmission Lines Including Skin-Effect Resistance Larry Giacoletto Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Note...
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Around the Circuit

February 1, 2000
Around the Circuit INDUSTRY NEWS Radio-based solution and wireless telephony and data communication product manufacturer Allgon AB has acquired Wireless Solutions Sweden AB . Under the terms of the acquisition, the companies are expected to cooperatively develop products and services for third-generation systems for wireless communications, specifically EDGE and...
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New Literature

February 1, 2000
New Literature Power Product Booklet This booklet, 10 Hints for Using Your Power Supply to Decrease Test Time , provides suggestions to help engineers speed up testing time by making the most of the company’s power products. Agilent Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Co., Palo Alto, CA (800)...
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