Version 9.0 of this electromagnetic simulator now sports an integrated architecture, new tools, and improved automation for enhanced design capture, analysis, and post-processing.
Software design tools can help simply the challenge of creating subharmonic mixers that provide the full advantages of their unique characteristics.
This patent-pending, high-gain, log-periodic antenna employs a bent element design for a reduction in size without a sacrifice in RF performance.
Knowledge of pulse-timing and VNA measurement bandwidths can lead to accurate testing according to the burst-signal conditions of modern communications standards.
Thin-film lithographic technology helps to define the precise features of probes with the low contact resistance needed to accurately characterize emerging silicon- based high-frequency devices.
A variety of different measurement techniques can be used to evaluate the equivalent series resistance (ESR) of high-frequency capacitors and inductors, with varying results.
The limitations of large-signal device models can be overcome by effectively integrating load-pull measurement data into commercial EDA simulation tools.
The line of portable analyzers is well suited for the test and analysis requirements of the US Navy in maintaining their sophisticated C4I system for battle readiness.
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.