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Microwaves & RF September Articles
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There’s no questioning the importance of Maxwell’s equations. But do most engineers still remember them?
It’s possible to make measurements all the way down to the thermal phase-noise floor with this novel test system.
Transmitting RF over fiber allows for greater bandwidth and speed for mission-critical data processing.
Wrapping up this two-part series, we break down the steps involved in simulating and measuring push-push oscillators in terms of output power and voltage tuning.
This new technique uses multiple sources to measure any noise source with the accuracy of a calibrated noise-source reference and eliminates the corruption of noise-figure calculations.
In this Q&A, Amol Kalburge, senior director of RF and high-performance analog marketing and strategic accounts at TowerJazz, discusses the technologies and different markets that define his company.
A simulation-based filter design example demonstrates a semi-automated workflow that can help designers achieve first-pass success.