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Articles by AWR Corp.

AWR Announces NXP's LDMOS Power Transistor Model Library

September 28, 2010
AWR Corp. announced the availability of NXP Semiconductor 's sixth- and seventh-generation laterally-diffused metal oxide semiconductor (LDMOS) power transistor library for AWR’s Microwave Office® design software. The NXP LDMOS power transistor library is ideal for use by designers of high-power power amplifiers (PA) found within base station broadcast and...
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AWR Announces Microwave Office Library for Freescale's RF High-power Models

September 27, 2010
AWR Corp. announced the availability of a Microwave Office® 2010 design software library for Freescale Semiconductor ’s RF high-power models. Freescale’s validated RF high-power models enable power amplifier and base station designers to meet increasing performance demands with a cost-effective and timely solution. Freescale’s RF high-power model library includes...
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Pocket Radar Uses AWR's Microwave Office for Sports Radar Gun

August 19, 2010
Pocket Radar™ Inc. designs, engineers and manufactures the world’s only pocket-sized personal speed radar gun that delivers accurate real-time speed measurements with the touch of a button. Designed for use as a sports radar gun by coaches, players and motorsports fans, Pocket Radar provides full-sized performance in a palm-sized...
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AWR Releases Microwave Office 2010

August 3, 2010
AWR Corp. , a leader in high frequency EDA, announced the commercial release/availability of its 2010 Microwave Office® (MWO) design suite. The 2010 release offers new functionality and tools to increase productivity for high frequency monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC), MIC, RF printed circuit board (PCB) and module designers....
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Acreo Uses AWR Visual System Simulator to Optimize UWB Transceiver

March 4, 2010
Acreo AB , a Swedish company that provides contract R&D and production resources for innovative products in electronics, optics and communication technology, needed to create a single-carrier-modulation (SCM) transceiver link suitable for 100-Gb/s transmission. System-level development of the SCM transceiver link was modeled within AWR 's Visual System Simulator,...
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