Joseph F. White is well known in the microwave industry as an instructor and lecturer. After having received a Ph. D. in electrophysics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, NY), Dr. White spent 25 years in semiconductor and component...
These essential components are available from a large number of suppliers in a variety of forms and package styles, including near chip-size drop-in power dividers/combiners.
These rugged MEMS switches offer low insertion loss, high isolation, and high linearity for a variety of commercial and military applications needing high reliability with low current consumption.
These low-cost, surface-mount sources offer better than octave tuning ranges and low phase noise while consuming minimal power through 4200 MHz.
This high-gain, multiband antenna design is compact and light in weight, yet capable of receiving and transmitting both GPS signals and covering three bands of WLAN.
Surface-mount reed relays offer distortion-free performance in high-frequency circuits past 7 GHz, with characteristics well suited to both analog and digital signal processing.
Understanding the effects of radomes can go a long way in optimizing a microwave link budget and maximizing the performance of a given microwave antenna system.
A new compact-disk (CD) catalog from leading capacitor supplier American Technical Ceramics contains detailed information on the company's single-layer and multilayer capacitors for RF and microwave applications, as well as extensive lines of...
This front-end module (FEM) combines two key functions within a single compact and cost-effective package for CDMA 1900 cellular-telephone-handset applications.