These compact circulators and isolators are designed for high isolation, low insertion loss, and generous power-handling capabilities for UMTS base-station designs.
This series of instrument-grade frequency synthesizers offer list-mode frequency switching and low noise at frequencies from 10 MHz to 40 GHz.
Microstrip and suspended-stripline transmission techniques can be combined to create a compact electrically tunable preselector filter for L-band applications.
The use of advanced software tools allows accurate modeling and simulation of high-performance, miniature LTCC circuitry with integrated active and passive components.
The use of ceramic resonators and novel circuit techniques have led to a line of low-cost ceramic resonator oscillators with low phase noise over a wide temperature range.
Micromachining techniques have delivered resonators and reference oscillators that are a fraction of the size of conventional ceramic and quartz-crystal clock oscillators.
This miniature multiloop synthesizer achieves wideband frequency coverage and reference-like phase noise without sacrificing fast settling time.