The cocktail of co-located spectrum and cell-based wireless services is leading to interference issues that can severely impact network performance, although custom co-location RF filters offer a practical solution.
The requirements of modern communications systems and their exotic modulation formats place greater demands on the performance of microwave frequency synthesizers.
Understanding signal propagation effects can help when estimating the performance of transmitters and receivers designed for remote-keyless-entry (RKE) applications.
The critical choice of correlator delay lengths for a digital frequency discriminator can be aided by the use of an innovative computer program.
A variety of factors contribute to the successful design and operation of a wireless sensor network (WSN), including propagation conditions and requirements for size and power consumption.
Traditional methods of performing high-speed digital communications transmitter compliance testing can provide misleading results compared to newer approaches.
Precise synchronization capability in a pair of direct-digital-synthesizer circuits supports the advanced signal-processing requirements of modern radar systems.
This radio altimeter employs a dual-channel (quadrature) homodyne receiver to achieve improved accuracy in the standard 4.3-GHz allocated band for small aircraft and UAVs.
Frequency synthesizers come in many shapes and sizes, although the ultimate goal in any design is to generate stable output frequencies with minimal spurious and phase noise.