Multifunction modules require design skills along with sufficient software and measurement tools to fully test complex final designs.
Software simulation can help improve the design process for the large coils used in magnetic-resonant-imaging (MRI) systems.
A line of silicon LDMOS transistors has been developed specifically for applications in RF heating at 2.4 to 2.5 GHz.
A line of 8-b digitally controlled PIN diode attenuators provides fast switching of attenuation across wide frequency ranges of 2 to 6 GHz and 6 to 18 GHz.
Coplanar-waveguide (CPW) feeds and metamaterial-based transmission lines contribute to an antenna capable of covering two separate simultaneous wireless bands.
Low-profile diplexers are usable in cellular communications applications at power levels to 4.5 W.
An oven-controlled crystal oscillator is supplied in a TO-8 housing and available with output frequencies from 8 to 120 MHz.
A 7-b digital step attenuator provide precision attenuation to 31.75 dB from 9 kHz to 8 GHz.
This packaged GaAs E-pHEMT amplifier provides respectable output power and gain with exceedingly low noise figure from 400 MHz to 3 GHz.