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Considerations When Specifying Frequency Control Modules and

January 12, 2012
Today, we have continually increasing needs to move, recover, and decode data in smaller bandwidths and shorter time slots with reduced errors. We also want to detect higher resolution information in a physical world of increasing electrical interference.

A Jitter Attenuator For Synchronous Ethernet Applications

January 12, 2012
While Synchronous Optical Networks (SONET) have been widely adopted for use in long-haul applications, Ethernet is preferred in edge routers and access points due to its lower cost.

802.11ac Technology Introduction

January 12, 2012
802.11ac provides mechanisms to increase throughput and user experience of existing WLAN and will build on 802.11n-2009.

Characteristics of E-pHEMT vs. HBTs for PA Applications

January 12, 2012
Avaago White paper for Feb 2011

Keeping Solder in Place With Laser Ablation

January 12, 2012
To prevent unwanted flow, many PCB designers will install dams formed of glass or other dielectric materials to keep solder from shorting active areas on a circuit. But there is another solder damming technique being rapidly adopted—laser ablation. Considered to be more accurate and consistent than traditional solder damming methods.

WLAN 802.11n: From SISO to MIMO

January 12, 2012
This application note discusses WLAN standard IEEE 802.11n. It first describes the most important amendments to previous releases and the ambitious new measurement tasks. Then, it describes how to deal with these tasks using Rohde & Schwarz instruments.

Testing True Mobile Device Performance with Advanced Over-the-Air Testing

January 12, 2012
by Charles Wright, Chief Scientist at Azimuth Systems

What's the Best Wireless Transport Option for Uncompressed HDTV Video

January 12, 2012
Once the exclusive realm of scientific research and military use, wireless systems operating in the upper millimeter wave (MMW) regions are now providing cost-effective solutions for high-capacity commercial data transport needs. While MMW technology is nothing new, the growing volume of commercial use with associated economies of scale has significantly reduced system costs, making MMW systems more attractive to the general consumer.

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