At the recent Microwave Theory & Techniques Symposium (MTT-S) in Philadelphia, PA this past June, Keithley Instruments announced an innovative pair of instruments aimed at developers of battery-powered wireless circuitry. The firm's models...
Designing a phase-locked loop (PLL) synthesizer requires a careful choice of filter bandwidth to achieve desired phase noise as well as frequency switching speed. Engineers can invest heavily in sophisticated computer-aided-engineering (CAE) tools...
The student version of a popular simulation software suite provides a comprehensive array of linear-circuit and system-simulation capabilities, and is free of charge.
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A single software tool performs all the analysis and synthesis functions needed to check RF design architectures and save valuable design cycles.
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Versatility has been added to a line of fast-switching frequency synthesizers by means of a new list-mode frequency/phase/amplitude GPIB control option.