TensorComms Interference Cancellation Technology (ICT) provides wireless operators with increased capacity, improved data rates, and greater spectral efficiency.
For systems that require long distances between multiple receivers and antennas, this combination of optical components provides almost lossless RF signal connections while still yielding acceptable dynamic-range performance.
Creating a second signal path in a DDS allows the generation of cancellation signals that can be used to dramatically reduce harmonically related spurious content.
Frequency synthesizers capable of fast frequency switching speeds can provide a variety of benefits in commercial and military system and measurement applications.
This straightforward technique generates QPSK-modulated baseband signals anywhere in an octave band with very low power consumption.
Employing a simple RF signal chain, many potential limiting factors can be eliminated when directly sampling RF signals with high-speed analog-to-digital converters (ADCs).
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.