These frequency-hopping radios provide high-speed wireless data to a wide range of industrial applications, operating at low power in the unlicensed 902-to-928-MHz band.
Understanding the interactions among different combinations of receive and transmit antenna elements can help increase the capacity of cellular wireless systems.
Growth of WiMAX as a mobile wireless broadband access solution will depend on limiting the number of design solutions and the amount of different components needed.
Frequency synthesizers can be specified with a variety of different technologies and performance levels, depending on mechanical and electrical requirements.
These miniature frequency synthesizers employ dynamic optimization to reach the best combination of fast switching speed and low phase noise over wide bandwidths.
As the sophistication of commercial and military systems grows, RF/microwave designers are being asked to supply more functions in smaller modules.
A compact electronically steerable antenna array has been developed by means of a clever arrangement of PIN-diode-based parasitic elements on a compact ground plane.
This second-generation fractional-N frequency synthesizer design provides the low phase noise and small step sizes needed to handle a multiple of wireless-communications standards.
This internationally funded antenna array seeks to receive faint signals from the far reaches of the universe in 10 millimeter/submillimeter-wave bands from 31.3 to 950 GHz.
Adaptive code and modulation (ACM) technology is poised to provide cellular backhaul infrastructure with the efficiency needed to meet growing demand for high-capacity payloads.