Relying on a novel, patent-pending topology, these low-phase-noise oscillators provide wide tuning ranges to replace several conventional narrowband coupled-resonator oscillators (CROs).
Several straightforward design and analysis techniques for creating high-frequency ferrite circulators compare closely with the classical design equations.
These integrated modules incorporate antenna elements as part of an overall design, with matched radio and RF circuit elements that cut the cost of wireless product development.
These essential transmission-line components are available from an amazingly large number of suppliers, although these products offer varied features and benefits.
This simple approach based on the use of wire lengths and chip resistors can be applied to equalize amplifiers for flat gain at millimeter-wave bandwidths.
This two-stage design makes use of enhancement-mode pHEMT device technology to serve IEEE 802.11a, HiperLAN2, and HiSWANa local-area-network receivers.