On March 31, 2012, Jerry Fishman, Analog Devices’ CEO, passed away suddenly—leaving a company and an industry to grieve his loss.
Vacuum electron devices are still widely used throughout the high-frequency industry for applications requiring extremely high output-power densities.
Using a coupled oscillator structure with a novel power generation and combining method, power generation and tuning can be performed in terahertz circuits without impacting each other.
A compact oscillator tunes from 5580 to 5685 MHz with low phase noise and low harmonic content.
A miniature SDLVA provides fast pulse detection and processing with a 70-dB dynamic range from 0.25 to 6.0 GHz.
This GaAs SPDT switch operates from 100 to 4500 MHz with high isolation and low insertion loss.
A broadband driver amplifier is suitable for use in Mach Zender modulators at rates to 400 Gb/s.
A balanced two-stage amplifier achieves extremely low noise figure at 1.9 GHz while also delivering good impedance matching and high stability and an integrated shut-down circuit.
In a 5 x 5 mm, 40-pin QFN package, this Bluetooth v3.0+EDR compliant SoC minimizes LO pulling and reduces spurious emissions.
As long as they are correctly specified, surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters can simplify RF system design.