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Microwave Oscillators:The State of the Technology

Demand for higher bandwidth and frequencies in wireless and wireline applications continues to climb. This is increasing the pressure on the RF industry to deliver higher performance, higher functionality, smaller size, lower power consumption, lower cost, and faster new designs of RF and microwave components. Oscillators are the key...
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Question of the Month Answers, April 5, 2006

Published March 1, 2006 In an effort to better combine the editorial content of our magazine with our newly developed and retooled on-line presence, we have decided to expand Harlan's RF and microwave engineering advice into a monthly feature that appears in Microwave Journal. Harlan has selected one question...
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NIWeek 2006

August 8 - 10, 2006<br>Austin, TX
NIWeek 2006, a virtual instrumentation conference and exhibition with more than 2700 engineers, educators and NI developers, will feature three full days of 150 new interactive technical sessions; more than 200 exhibitions; and workshops on the latest developments in automation, manufacturing, design and test. The conference features: · A...
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IRMMW-THz 2006

September 18-22, 2006, Shanghai, China
The Joint 31st International Conference on Infrared and Millimeter Waves and 14th International Conference on Terahertz Electronics (IRMMW-THz 2006) is specifically devoted to the field of ultra high frequency electronics and applications. The scope of the conference extends from millimeter-wave devices, components and systems to infrared detectors and instruments,...
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MM-Wave Products and Technologies

November 16, 2006, IEE, Savoy Place, London
CALL FOR PAPERS Contributions are sought from prospective authors for this colloquium, which is organized by the RF & Microwave Professional Network. It will cover recent advances in all aspects of mm-wave technology including MMICs, MCMs, subsystems, packaging, processing and complete product or system development. Contributors should submit a...
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IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC 2006)

June 11-13, 2006, San Francisco, CA
The 2006 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC 2006) brings focus to the technical accomplishments in RF systems, circuit, device and packaging technologies for mobile phones, wireless communication systems, broadband access modems, radar systems and intelligent transport systems. It builds upon its heritage as one of the foremost...
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IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC 2006)

August 14-18, 2006, Portland, OR
The IEEE International Symposium on EMC (EMC 2006) will be uniquely balanced, affording excellent resources for EMC, design and compliance engineers. The technical program will feature top quality papers, presented by recognized, industry-leading experts. Further, the EMC 2006 technical program will be on the cutting edge of EMC information,...
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Mimix Broadband Sells Its GaAs Foundry to USTI

Mimix Broadband Inc. , a supplier of microwave and millimeter-wave gallium arsenide (GaAs) semiconductors, announced that it has executed a definitive agreement to sell its gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry to Universal Semiconductor Technology Inc. (USTI), a high technology investment company. As part of this agreement, Mimix and USTI have...
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Design of an Amplifier Using a Harmonic Termination Matching Tuner and Harmonic Blocking Bias Line

In this article, a new 3 dB branch line hybrid, using an asymmetric defected ground structure (DGS) microstrip, is proposed. The proposed branch line coupler suppresses the second and third harmonic components effectively. If transmission lines having ...
Harmonic load-pull systems have gained importance recently, because such setups allow the appropriate harmonic terminations for a transistor to be determined in order to obtain high efficiency and high linearity. Harmonic load-pull can also make the verification of transistor models possible. However, the active load-pull systems that are presently...
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A 2 GHz, 0.25 µm MOS Complementary VCO with Differentially Tuned MOS Varactors for Wireless Applications

This article describes a 2 GHz CMOS complementary voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) with differentially tuned MOS varactors for ISM-band wireless communications applications. The VCO is fabricated using a 0.25 µm mixed-signal/RF CMOS process. This VCO, utilizing differentially tuned MOS varactors, can reduce the adverse effect of high varactor sensitivity by...
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