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Workshops & Courses

Workshops & Courses Advanced Design Seminars Topics : The company's new spectral-domain system simulator, SPECTRASYS, is presented. Focus will be on practical implementations of systems using SPECTRASYS to detect signal peak paths, conducted emissions, adjacent channel distortion and channel power measurements. Site : See www.eagleware.com Dates : April 30-May...
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News From Washington

News From Washington US Air Force Awards Mobile Radar Contract to ITT Industries ITT Industries Inc. announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide Mobile Approach Control System Precision Approach Radars (MACS PAR) to the US Air Force. The contract is worth in excess of $40 M...
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International Report

International Report C-17 Completes First Phase TAWS Tests At the time of going to press, US contractor Boeing is reported to have completed first phase air testing of BAE Systems' TERPROM® Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) aboard its C-17 strategic transport aircraft. Conducted at Edwards Air Force Base, CA,...
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The Commercial Market

The Commercial Market Next-generation Applications Drive Bluetooth Adoption On the edge of mass-market adoption, it is apparent that Bluetooth is evolving beyond its original cable replacement beginnings. A new study by Frost & Sullivan, the international marketing consulting company, observes and analyzes the evolution of both the standard and...
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The Book End

The Book End Applications of Neural Networks in Electromagnetics C. Christodoulou and M. Georgiopoulos Artech House Inc. 512 pages; $119, £88 ISBN: 0-89006-880-1 Neural networks and electromagnetics are two different scientific fields. The purpose of this book is to bridge these two fields and make it easier for electromagnetics...
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Monolithic RF Matrix Switches

Introduction to a new line of fully monolithic RF matrix switches for cellular infrastructure applications
Product Feature Monolithic RF Matrix Switches Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. San Diego, CA A new line of fully monolithic 4 x 6 RF matrix switches for cellular infrastructure applications has been introduced. The parts feature low insertion loss, very high port-to-port isolation and serial programmability. These designs represent the state-of-the-art...
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A Low Cost Oscillator for Fiber-optic Applications

Introduction to a new oscillator for use in synchronous optical network applications
Product Feature A Low Cost Oscillator for Fiber-optic Applications A new, low cost oscillator has been introduced for use in synchronous optical network (SONET/SDH) OC-192 applications. The new frequency source utilizes an ultra-low noise active device technology that allows the oscillator to achieve very low overall phase noise performance....
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Temperature Variable Attentuator for Millimeter-wave Applications

A temperature variable attenuator designed for millimeter-wave applications is featured
Cover Feature Temperature Variable Attenuator for Millimeter-wave Applications EMC Technology Inc. Cherry Hill, NJ The Thermopad® temperature variable attenuator (TVA) has gained widespread popularity among RF and microwave circuit designers as a simple solution to compensate gain variation over temperature. The TVA is a special case of the absorptive...
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A Distributed Amplifier for 40 Gbps Fiber-optic Communications Systems

Description of a distributed amplifier for a LiNbO<sub>3</sub> modulator driver using double-doped AlGaAs/AlGaAs pseudomorphic HEMTs
Technical Feature A Distributed Amplifier for 40 Gbps Fiber-optic Communications Systems H. Shigematsu, M. Sato, T. Hirose and Y. Watanabe Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. Atsugi, Japan In recent years, the rapid development of multimedia communications has generated a strong demand for high speed and high capacity transmission systems. Wavelength-division multiplexing...
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Design of a Predistortive High Power Amplifier Using Carrier Complex Power Series Analysis

Introduction to a new carrier complex power series for linearizing the distortion effects of a high power amplifier
Technical Feature Design of a Predistortive High Power Amplifier Using Carrier Complex Power Series Analysis In this article, a new carrier complex power series for linearizing the distortion effects of a high power amplifier (HPA) is proposed. The amplitude (AM-to-AM) and phase (AM-to-PM) nonlinear characteristics of the HPA are...
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