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Articles by MWJ Staff

TestBench, April 2010: Anritsu's VNA for Gigabit Design

April 14, 2010


TestBench
April 2010

Anritsu's new 12-port VNA measures multi-port balanced differential and mixed-mode networks used in today’s high-speed bus designs, covering an extremely wide band of frequencies (40 MHz to 70 GHz). The VNA can directly measure crosstalk on high-speed channels, such as those found on a high-speed backplane.

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Exhibition Tips from the Expert

April 12, 2010
Few people have more IMS exhibition experience than Microwave Journal ’s Marketing and Event Coordinator, Kristen Anderson (nee Dednah). Kristen helped manage the exhibition for over a decade. Think the logistics for your booth are complicated? Try multiplying those challenges by the total number of IMS exhibitors, year-in and...
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April 2010 WaveGuide

April 12, 2010
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GaN Power Management Chip Market Set for Boom

April 2, 2010
Thanks to rapid growth in the high-end server, notebook, mobile handset and wired communication segments, the GaN power management semiconductor market is expected to reach $183.6 million in revenue by 2013, up from virtually nil in 2010, according to iSuppli Corp. iSuppli believes that during the past two years,...
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The Anaheim Connector

April 1, 2010
Free time is hard to account for during Microwave Week. The IMS, RFIC, ARFTG conferences, the microwave exhibition and the various social events keep most attendees quite busy. This year’s show in Anaheim probably won’t be any different. In order to be more efficient with your time, the staff...
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New Waves: MTT-S Product Showcase

April 1, 2010
The following booth numbers are complete as of March 18, 2010. Waveguide Bends A-Alpha Waveguide Co., a manufacturer of cold drawn waveguide tube, has expanded its manufacturing capabilities. The company has purchased state-of-the-art equipment to manufacture formed waveguide bends with consistent repeatability. A-Alpha will be soliciting requisitions for formed...
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New Waves - MTT-S Product Showcase

April 1, 2010
The following booth numbers are complete as of March 18, 2010. EM Field Simulation Software ANSYS Inc. will demonstrate new advancements in Ansoft HFSS 12.1, the industry leading 3D full-wave electromagnetic field simulation software. These features include: Domain Decomposition, a breakthrough technology in HFSS enabling inter and intra machine...
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New Waves - MTT-S Product Showcase

April 1, 2010
The following booth numbers are complete as of March 18, 2010. Fast-switching Frequency Synthesizer The SLX-4000 is a broadband, fast switching frequency synthesizer for battery powered military systems and devices. The unit operates from 3000 to 4000 MHz (30 percent bandwidth) locked to a 10 MHz external reference and...
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New Waves - MTT-S Product Showcase

April 1, 2010
The following booth numbers are complete as of March 18, 2010. S-band Radar Transistor The ILD3135M180 is designed for S-band radar applications operating over the 3.1 to 3.5 GHz instantaneous frequency band. Under 300 µs pulse width and 10 percent duty cycle pulsing conditions, it typically supplies a minimum...
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New Waves - MTT-S Product Showcase

April 1, 2010
The following booth numbers are complete as of March 18, 2010. L-band Polarizer This L-band polarizer sets a new standard for air-cooled ferrite control devices required to operate at high average power levels. Capable of switching between vertical linear and right-hand circular polarization, the L-band polarizer handles 65 kW...
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