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International Report

June 1, 1999
International Report Eutelsat Expands Its Atlantic Gateway Paris, France-based satellite telecommunications provider Eutelsat has moved the expansion of its Atlantic gateway a stage toward completion with its authorization to construct and launch a new communications satellite to complement its existing Eutelsat I-F5 vehicle. Intended to increase Eutelsat's competitiveness in...
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Commercial Market

June 1, 1999
Commercial Market Ericsson/QUALCOMM Resolution Raises New Concerns According to the terms of a series of definitive agreements, Ericsson and QUALCOMM have resolved all of their outstanding global disputes relating to CDMA technology. The agreements call for the companies to jointly support a single world CDMA standard with three optional...
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The Bookend

June 1, 1999
The Book End Radar Principles Peyton Z. Peebles, Jr. John Wiley & Sons Inc. 766 pages; $110 ISBN: 0-471-25205-0 This book is designed to serve as a textbook for a course offering a first exposure to radar principles. It is aimed at providing basic principles to graduate-level students or...
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New Semiconductor Components for RF Front End Applications

Several new 3 V semiconductor products specifically targeted at mobile radio requirements
June 1, 1999
New Semiconductor Components for RF Front End Applications Siemens Semiconductors Munich, Germany One of the fastest growing segments of consumer electronics is wireless communication. The world market for mobile radio has emerged rapidly over the last few years, presenting a challenge for semiconductor suppliers to follow the rapidly changing...
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Design Benefits of Silicon MMICs

Monolithic microwave integrated circuits produced using double-polysilicon technology that provides several advantages over typical GaAs RF devices are featured on this month's cover
June 1, 1999
Design Benefits of Silicon MMICs Philips Semiconductors Eindhoven, The Netherlands Monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) were developed originally to deliver cost-effective, low voltage and high performance RF solutions to the mobile communications market. Until recently, common belief held that MMICs needed to be manufactured from GaAs. However, as a...
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A Pulsed-measurement Instrument for Device Testing

A recently developed pulsed-measurement instrument that measures the RF large-signal and DC characteristics of discrete GaAs FETs , high electron mobility transistors and integrated devices in GaAs MMICs
June 1, 1999
A Pulsed-measurement Instrument for Device Testing GaAs Code Ltd. Linton, Cambridge, UK For many discrete GaAs FETs, high electron mobility transistors (HEMT) and integrated devices in GaAs MMICs, the large-signal IV characteristics of the device at RF, microwave or mm-wave frequencies are very different from the DC characteristics. This...
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New Microwave Signal Generators that Adapt to Wide-ranging Tasks

A new signal generator family from Rohde & Schwarz that can create digitally modulated, multicarrier signals at frequencies up to 40 GHz
June 1, 1999
New Microwave Signal Generators that Adapt to Wide-ranging Tasks Tektronix Inc. Beaverton, OR Flourishing digital wireless technologies, in addition to bread-and-butter RF applications such as radar design and electromagnetic susceptibility testing, have created a need for simpler, more cost-effective RF signal sources. As a result, new solutions have emerged...
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SiGe Transistor Technology for RF Applications

An examination of SiGe and its relationship to standard bipolar an CMOS technologies
June 1, 1999
SiGe Transistor Technology for RF Applications Dilek Barlas, Gregory Henderson and Xiandong Zhang M/A-COM Lowell, MA Matthias Bopp and Andreas Schüppen Temic Semiconductors, an Atmel company Heilbronn, Germany Demand for mobile communications during the last decade has been driving the explosive interest for radio frequency integrated circuits (RFIC). The...
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A Wideband, Varactor-tuned Microstrip VCO

The design of a varactor-tuned VCO covering an octave frequency range up to 4 GHz and more
June 1, 1999
A Wideband, Varactor-tuned Microstrip VCO Matjaz Vidmar University of Ljubljana Slovenia When electrical tuning of an oscillator is required over a wide microwave frequency range, yttrium iron garnet (YIG)-tuned oscillators usually provide the widest frequency coverage as well as relatively low phase noise. While YIG-tuned oscillators generally provide a...
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Oscillator Stability Analysis

The argument that the standard criterion for determining the stability of oscillators is not neccessarily true and should be replaced by a Nyquist plot analysis
June 1, 1999
Technical Feature Oscillator Stability Analysis Michal Odyniec Please click here to view the pdf file of the Technical Feature...
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