By resonating the gate capacitances of their FET devices, these mixers achieve wide dynamic range without excessive local oscillator power or conversion loss.
This high-performance ceramic resonator technology supports frequency-stable components from 500 MHz to >67 GHz with frequency tolerances as low as 0.1 percent.
These unique coaxial cable assemblies cover the frequency range 0.5 to 18 GHz and feature integrated active components to provide an almost lossless coaxial cable link between antennas and receiver equipment.
This practical biconical dipole antenna can be used as a reference for testing across the 4.8-to-5.8-GHz band, notably for IEEE 802.11a wireless local-area networks (WLANs).
A single parameter can be used to evaluate the effect of wideband LO buffer amplifier noise on the performance of passive upconverter and downconverter mixer ICs.
The addition of distributed top-loading capacitance to a planar inverted-F antenna (PIFA) configuration can either reduce bandwidth or reduce size for compact mobile handsets.