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High Frequency Circuit Simulator Nexxim™ is a circuit simulation tool that combined with Ansoft Designer™ targets the next generation of analog/mixed signal applications, including high performance RFCMOS, GaAs/SiGe RF ICs and gigabit computer and communication backplanes. With a multitude of algorithmic innovations in transient and harmonic-balance analyses, Nexxim achieves...
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Around the Circuit

Industry News San-tron Inc. has been awarded a long-term contract by Boeing Integrated Defense Systems to be the primary supplier for the cable connectors used in the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) system. The connectors will be supplied to Boeing from the company’s Ipswich, MA facility, allowing for the...
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Web Update

Microwave & RF Components and Subsystems This Web site features the Weinschel division’s components and subsystems. It is updated often and offers a complete library of downloaded data sheets for a wide variety of RF and microwave components and subsystems. New items include on-line quote forms, keyword search, expanded...
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GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers for IRM and SSB Converters in Microwave Radio Applications

As a supplier of microwave and millimeter-wave components, Hittite Microwave Corp.’s products are found in numerous designs within the microwave radio, point-to-point/multipoint, VSAT and test equipment markets. In particular, the company’s microwave and millimeter-wave mixer ICs have been used to implement image reject mixer (IRM) and single sideband (SSB)...
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The RF Semiconductor Evolution: From Single Components to System Solutions

Mobility is an undeniable and unstoppable trend. It is the driving force behind wireless connectivity, allowing people to be connected to information and entertainment whenever they want, wherever they go. The applications for wireless connectivity are virtually limitless — from cell phones, laptop computers and personal digital assistants (PDA)...
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2.4 GHz, 0.25 mm CMOS Transmitter and Receiver RFICs for Wireless Communications

Due to the fast development of wireless communications, a low cost, high performance, high integration technology is needed for system-on-a-chip (SoC) implementation. CMOS technology provides a good solution for SOC integration. 1 Recent improvements of the standard CMOS process make it possible to implement RF blocks, such as low...
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Detecting Fast RF Bursts Using Log Amps

Monolithic logarithmic amplifiers (log amps) can handle signals with dynamic ranges up to 100 dB. They are capable of responding to RF bursts that are as short in duration as a few tens of nanoseconds. However, when demodulating logarithmic amplifiers are used to detect fast RF bursts, strange tails...
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A Study of Transition Effects in Supercomponents

Highly dense supercomponents are the basic building blocks of every modern radar, EW or military communication systems. The demand for lower volume, lower weight and increased function has spurred developers to integrate more open-carrier devices withi...
Multifunction modules are built from many simpler building blocks. Each block can be in the form of an MMIC device, a discrete component or a hybrid device. These blocks are assembled next to each other and connected by transition lines. There are several disciplines for the assembly process. The...
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