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VSS and TestWave Software Integrate Measurement Data into the Design Process

January 13, 2012
When simulating a complete subsystem such as a wireless communication device or radar receiver, the quality of measurement data becomes essential to ensure that the finished product meets or exceeds the demands the system will encounter in service.

Analysis of Nonlinear Active Devices Incl True Balanced Differential Measurements

January 13, 2012
With continued pressure for increased 3G coverage for smart phones, increased Internet connection for Wi-Fi and WiMAX, and the imminent introduction of 4G/LTE systems, design activity for digital communication RF components has never been greater. At the forefront of the design activity is the development of power amplifiers (PA).

Semiconductor Obsolescence Leads to Gray Market Practices

January 13, 2012
Rochester Electronics, George Karalias, Director of Marketing and Communications

MATLAB® Toolkit for Signal Generators and Power Sensors

January 13, 2012
This application note describes the installation and use of the R&S MATLAB® Toolkit on Microsoft Windows and Linux based systems.

New Measurement-based Models Enhance Nonlinear Analysis

January 13, 2012
This white paper examines the different nonlinear models and measurement systems available today and how they can be used with Microwave Office®, a leading high-frequency design environment from AWR Corporation.

MIMO Over-The-Air Testing

January 13, 2012
By Doug Reed, Spirent Communications

Millimeter-Wave Measurements Using Converters of the R&S ZVA Family

January 13, 2012
This application note describes the R&S ZVA_110 converters, which extend the frequency range of the R&S ZVA family of vector network analyzers to cover the millimeter-wave range.

New Development’s in Online Design Support

January 13, 2012
Transim white paper

Optimized Device Design: A Demonstration of Parameterization, Optimization, and High-Performance Computing with Hardware Accelerated FDTD

January 13, 2012
As technology has advanced, tools have been developed that go beyond merely analyzing devices to tools that design devices. These tools allow the user to select basic structures with variable dimensions, size constraints, and performance goals and then iterate automatically until the best possible design is found. The user is freed from the burden of monitoring the progress of each individual simulation and can devote time to other tasks. This evolutionary step in simulation software is improving the productivity of engineers developing nextgeneration devices in a variety of fields.

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