The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has accepted KEMET’s qualification of C0G and BP dielectrics to MIL-PRF-32535 ‘M’ and ‘T’ levels, making them the first BME MLCCs qualified for defense and aerospace applications.
Doherty combiner product line covers major
communication bands ranging from 700 MHz to 2700 MHz. Each model is optimized for the center
frequency of targeted frequency band. However, as new spectrum is being released, the preâdesigned standard models can be tuned in customer applications to
This document provides guidelines to tune these standard models for offâband applications.
With today's advancements in wireless technology, greater emphasis is being placed on component performance. This article will provide a discussion of ceramic and porcelain chip capacitors and understanding their behavior in RF product designs. They are an excellent choice for wireless applications where volumetric efficiency, reliability and RF performance are an absolute must.
There is a wide variety of coaxial connectors and cables available for use in the RF and Microwave spectrum. While often not much thought is given to these essential components, a misstep here can result in undesirable system degradation. Given that typical RF systems are comprised of any number of items, e.g. RF generators, amplifiers, attenuators, power meters, couplers, antennas, etc., it is not uncommon that a great deal of thought is given to these âhigh end devices while mundane items such as connectors and cables are often treated as an afterthought".
Radar markets continue to forecast positive growth, and Skyworks Solutions offers a range of products designed specifically for these expanding markets, including materials for phase shifter applications and ferrite circulators.
Improving the accuracy of your microwave test and measurement equipment becomes increasingly important when high frequency devices are used in the transmission paths of radio, cellular, satellite and digital communications. This discussion helps to solve problems with measurement errors during and after calibration of your microwave test instrument.
Understanding mechanical tolerances, coaxial design details and connector materials used in cable assemblies helps
produce communications equipment with the lowest levels of passive intermodulation (PIM).