Whether you are looking for power amplifiers or duplexers, Microwaves & RF has you covered. Here are some of the latest components to optimize your product, device, or system.
Free-space permittivity measurements of electronic materials to 1.1 THz were possible thanks to a commercial VNA and mathematics software running on a PC.
These densely packed integrated circuits surround mixer circuitry with many of the components that once had to be added to mixers in a typical receiver front end.
Methods were developed to minimize the effects of self-jamming signals and extend the operating ranges of RFID tags.
Several IC design approaches, including stacking transistor cells, can be applied for higher-power Si CMOS PAs at microwave frequencies.
A compact antenna maintains high gain and an omnidirectional radiation pattern, even with flexing across frequency ranges complying with UWB frequency allocations in the U.S. and Europe.
This novel monopole UWB antenna provides two notched bands for rejecting interference from 5-GHz WLAN signals and 8-GHz X-band satellite signals.
Excess energy from transmitted communications signals can be captured and transformed to dc power, perfect for a wide range of low-power electronic devices.