These numerical methods, backed by various simulation methods, helped develop a high-Q resonator that is well suited for magnetic resonance imaging applications at UHF.
By designing a current difference buffer amplifier (CDBA) circuit for fabrication in a commercial CMOS semiconductor process, the versatility of this component can be applied in a variety of applications.
This compact antenna design features a simple, easy-to-manufacture structure with coplanar-waveguide feed that can achieve high peak gain from 3.0 to 13.9 GHz.
Matching an electromagnetic simulator to a particular application requires an understanding of the different simulation technologies at the heart of these software tools.
Designing a PLL synthesizer for modern mobile communications systems involves achieving the proper balance among a number of tradeoffs, including spurious levels and frequency switching speed.
Lowpass filters based on operational amplifiers can provide useful circuit solutions at frequencies to about 50 MHz, although other options are available at higher frequencies.
Designing an accurate digital step attenuator (DSA) with outstanding RF/microwave performance requires careful attention to detail and knowledge of semiconductor process variables.
This silicon CMOS frequency synthesizer achieves high sideband suppression for use in 14-band ultrawideband communications transceivers employing MB-OFDM techniques.
This simple microstrip antenna features a coplanar-waveguide feed and a U-shaped structure in its radiating element to provide a strong notch for interfering signals at 5 GHz.
By applying cascaded folded stepped impedance resonators, this lowpass filter achieves extremely wide passband and stopband and can be fabricated in a very small circuit size for UWB applications.