An imaging system based on transmission and reflection modes in the terahertz region has been developed by using a backward-wave oscillator (BWO) as its source, a Golay-Cell as the detector, and an oscilloscope as a data acquisition unit.
Because electromagnetic interference (EMI) stems from system clocks, it can be most efficiently and economically reduced with the use of spread spectrum clock (SSC) oscillators.
Understanding the causes of phase noise in RF/microwave frequency sources can help to minimize that noise and its effects on high-frequency applications.
Thanks to spatial power combining, these solid state power amplifiers (SSPAs) do not limit the amount of power that could be provided by an individual solid-state transistor—a problem that is often encountered when SSPAs are used in...
With the ability to monitor processes as they evolve, radio frequency identification (RFID) can benefit telemedicine and health-monitoring devices.
This low-voltage, broadband CMOS amplifier can be fabricated in standard silicon semiconductor processes for frequency coverage through 5 GHz.
As wireless-sensing components boost efficiency and other performance criteria, energy-harvesting solutions are moving beyond a niche and into everyday applications.