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Dual 6-Bit, Wideband I/Q Digitizer

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX105, the first dual 6-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) capable of sampling I/Q signals up to 800 Msps- the speed required by digital demodulators employed in high-data-rate point-to-point, satellite, and fiber communications receivers. The MAX105 is optimized for applications demanding fast and precise digitizing of in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) baseband signals in low-order modulation, h...

Surface Mount Clips

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Keystone Electronics Corp. introduces a new PC automotive blade fuse clip. The SMT fuse clip (Part # 3563) is a vertical design with a low profile to save space, yet holds the fuse securely, even after multiple insertions. Thru-hole mount version (Part # 3564) is also available. The 0.016 nickel-plated brass fuse clip withstands shock and vibration....

15 dB Unequal Power Splitter

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Demands for a reliable in-building 15 dB unequal splitter covering Cellular/GSM, PCS/DCS and UMTS/W-CDMA are met by Microlab/FXR's latest 2 way Power Splitter. Model DH-15FN Unequal Way Power Splitter is designed to split signals between two outputs in a 15 dB or 97:3 ratio with the minimum of loss....

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Telelogic Announces ChangeSynergy 4.0 for End-to-End Automated Change Lifecycle Management

August 8, 2001 4:28 am | Comments

Telelogic announced a major new release of ChangeSynergy, the only Web-based solution that provides end-to-end visibility of application changes by automating the change request management lifecycle. End-to-end visibility enables development teams to better communicate and collaborate within the change management process....

Family of RF Attenuators

July 31, 2001 6:30 am | Comments

Honeywell Solid State Electronics Center recently unveiled its family of high-performance RF attenuators with six standard configurations. Developed using Honeywell's CMOS Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) technology, the 5- and 6-bit attenuator features include single or dual rail operation, extremely low DC power consumption, 3....

The Networked Car

July 31, 2001 6:29 am | Comments

Wireless Bluetooth technology to convert cars into mobile networked multimedia devices By Dr. Bernard Frank, SiemensVDO Automotive AG, Car Communication Division, & Jim Alfred, Wind River Systems, Inc. If you have ever heard the term "car infotainment" and wondered what it meant, picture yourself on a long drive, stuck in endless traffic, or in search of directions in a strange city, and suddenly the need for both informa...

CMOS Bluetooth RFIC Design Considerations

July 31, 2001 6:17 am | Comments

Capturing the promise of Bluetooth in hardware requires a high level of integration. By John Notor, Tality Bluetooth wireless networking technology continues to stimulate the imagination of the wireless industry as a low cost, low power, and small footprint networking solution which can replace wired connections to consumer devices....

Design Consideration For A High Performance Production Test Cable

July 31, 2001 6:17 am | Comments

By Robert Thiele, Semflex Today's market demands shorter product development cycles while simultaneously applying constant pressure to reduce costs and increase performance. The goal is to accomplish more with less, while doing it better and faster. In test and measurement, the specific challenge is to accurately and efficiently characterize components and systems, measure performance, verify design integrity and ensure consistent quali...

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Wireless-Internet-On-A-Chip

July 31, 2001 5:21 am | Comments

Intel Corporation unveiled an experimental computer chip based on a new process technology that combines the core components of today's cellular phones and handheld computers. This integrated, "wireless-Internet-on-a-chip" technology could enable a new era of wireless Internet-access products with extensive battery life and greater processing power....

Broadband Digital Attenuators

July 31, 2001 5:21 am | Comments

Hittite Microwave Corporation offers a product family of seven low cost 2, 3, and 5 Bit configurations; Digital Attenuator ICs. Offering bandwidth from DC to 4 GHz, positive bias and control, and ± 0.2 to ± 0.5 dB typical accuracy. Input IP3 performance of 44 to 54 dBm characterizes these attenuators, satisfying today's linearity requirements for Cellular, PCS, 3G, ISM, and Broadband Digital data systems....

Digital Attenuator with High Attenuation Accuracy and Low Insertion Loss

July 31, 2001 5:21 am | Comments

Alpha Industries introduces the AA113-310 IC, a 6-bit digital attenuator with driver that features low loss, high attenuation accuracy, and single positive voltage control per bit. The high performance and low frequency of the AA113-310 IC make it well suited for IF gain control circuits in base stations, as well as for wireless data, broadband, and wireless local loop applications....

Programmable Attenuator

July 31, 2001 5:21 am | Comments

RF Micro Devices offers the RF2420 — a multistage monolithic programmable attenuator for digital power control in communication systems such as cellular transceivers and TETRA. This GaAs MESFET IC has attenuation programmability over a 44 dB range in 2 dB steps, with 4 dB of insertion loss. The attenuation is set by 5 bits of digital data....

Attenuator and Phase Shifter Combined in Surface Mount Package

July 31, 2001 5:21 am | Comments

The Micro-Precision Technologies MPT-1820-APS and MPT-2023-APS combines an attenuator and phase shifter into a single surface mount package. Both the attenuator and phase shifter are variable and can be controlled from separate voltage or current sources. The APS features low insertion loss (less than 2 dB combined), low group delay (less than 100 ps combined), and low intermodulation products (typically 45 dBm)....

RF Modules

July 31, 2001 4:35 am | Comments

Radiotronix designs, manufactures, and markets a broad selection of RF transmitter, RF receiver, and RF transceiver modules. Their modules provide an "off-the-shelf" embedded wireless solution for engineers that are designing wireless products. The EWM-900-RS232 is a full-duplex RS-232 data transceiver....

Low Power CMOS RF Transceiver

July 31, 2001 4:35 am | Comments

The last transceiver released by Chipcon has been specifically designed to comply with the most stringent requirements of the low power radio market. The CC1000 is a true single-chip UHF transceiver designed for very low power and very low voltage wireless applications. Based on a 0.35 (m CMOS technology this is the only product in the market offering a unique combination of low cost, high integration, performance and flexibility, thus sett...

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