Modern flexible substrate materials enable the design of compact, light-weight, and cost-effective antennas for a wide variety of wireless applications.
Understanding how quartz-crystal resonators operate can lead to designing crystal oscillators with improved stability and better noise performance.
These broadband amplifiers deliver the voltages needed to drive LiNO3 modulators at rates to 43 Gb/s with input signals as low as +0.25 VDC peak to peak.
This family of high-resolution, high-speed DACs provides the performance levels needed for DDS sources and generation of multicarrier signals in next-generation cellular base stations.
This line of easy-to-use push-on-style coaxial connectors is suitable for millimeter-wave and 40-Gb/s optical applications requiring low distortion.
A low-power CMOS transceiver uses TDD techniques within unlicensed ISM bands in support of compact, low-cost wireless headset designs.
With the help of wide-dynamic-range components, direct-conversion architectures offer significant advantages in simplicity and cost compared to superheterodyne approaches.