A wide range of models, functions, and new capabilities have been added to an already powerful EDA environment to facilitate the design of complex high-frequency MMICs.
Modern digital signal generators with internal arbitrary waveform generators can be used to create the multicarrier test signals needed to evaluate 3G basestation power amplifiers.
This methodology guides engineers in the precise RF parameter extraction when developing models for monolithic-microwave-integrated-circuit (MMIC) nichrome resistors.
The latest collection of system-level software simulators bring workstation-like modeling power and ease of use to the personal computer.
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.