The latest version of a filter synthesis program for the personal computer supports the creation of microstrip, stripline, lumped-element, and waveguide filters.
Modeling and analysis performed with a suite of planar three-dimensional electromagnetic (EM) simulation tools simplifies the design of RFID tags.
High-power harmonic load-pull tuners complement a line of coaxial millimeter-wave impedance tuners capable of measurements from 10 through 65 GHz.
This power-meter trigger circuit allows a specific pulse within a burst to be analyzed, even when its position in time within the pulse burst is highly variable.
Measurement and analysis of Bluetooth RF radios require a mix of instruments and approaches some of which are not called out in the standards documentation.
High-speed oscilloscopes provide the capability of performing simultaneous system-level debugging and detailed large-signal analysis of Bluetooth signals.
This sophisticated test solution performs comprehensive testing on GSM and WCDMA mobile handsets employing wireless position-location technologies.
The unlikely site of Waterbury Center, VT is home to a leading manufacturer of process and test technology and high-frequency analytical probing equipment.
A new approach to evaluating high-frequency components involving the use of modulated S-parameters can reveal a great deal about active DUTs.
Complex communications standards such as the OFDM-based IEEE 802.11a methods employed in WLANs can be simulated with the right system-level software simulation tools.