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Applied Wave Research, Inc.

November 2, 2001 7:05 am | Comments

Company Description Applied Wave Research, Inc. (AWR) is a worldwide leader in the development of electronic design automation (EDA) software for RF, microwave and wireless applications. Leading electronics companies use AWR products to explore design alternatives and accurately simulate circuit performance prior to building actual prototypes....

Centurion Wireless Technologies, Inc.

October 31, 2001 4:55 am | Comments

Extending the Power of Wireless Centurion Wireless Technologies, Inc. is a leading global designer and manufacturer of antennas and power products for wireless applications. Centurion's customers include the largest wireless OEMs in the cellular handset and wireless data markets. BlueChip™ antenna for Bluetooth and 802....

Avnet RF & Microwave

October 31, 2001 4:55 am | Comments

A New Wave in Wireless, Wired and Optical Components Avnet RF & Microwave is the leading distributor of RF and microwave semiconductors, components, and related services to original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers in the wireless industry. We provide more of the products customers want and more of the value-added services they demand....


Share and Share Alike

October 30, 2001 10:57 am | Comments

By Kim Stokes, Editor-in -Chief, In the aftermath of September 11th, the status of current and future wireless infrastructure has been a hot topic. How could folks buried in rubble at the World Trade Center make cell phone calls, but people on the streets could not? Our nation is focused on how rescue workers will communicate during a recovery effort, and how wireless phone users will be located when placing 911...

Software Teams with a Logic Analyzer or New Measurement Technique

October 30, 2001 10:26 am | Comments

By designing in a connector, performance can be rapidly evaluated, thereby supplanting the cumbersome, time-consuming oscilloscope connections of the past. By Ed McGettigan, Xilinx and Art Porter, Agilent Technologies One of the clear trends in bus systems is the move from system-synchronous buses to source-synchronous buses....

Deployment Considerations for 5 GHz WLAN Technology

October 30, 2001 10:26 am | Comments

Greater total bandwidth and higher data rates make 5 GHz attractive for high-speed WLAN. By Jim Zyren, Intersil Corporation The success of WLAN technology was firmly established by Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) products operating in the 2.4 GHz band. Wi-Fi delivers reliable service at data rates up to 11 Mbps....

Location Information is Critical to Wireless

October 30, 2001 10:24 am | Comments

To be competitive in the 'mobile age', companies must deliver reliable, high quality mobile networks, devices, services and relevant contents. By Kiyoshi Hamai, Tele Atlas North America Last year it was the new hype: access the Internet via your mobile phone. Check the stock markets from the car, search for the nearest Italian restaurant in town....

Lithium-Ion-Battery Charging Techniques for Mobile Phones and PDAs

October 30, 2001 10:24 am | Comments

Deciding whether to use a switch-mode, linear, or pulse charger depends on a number of considerations. By Matt Schindler, Maxim Integrated Products Charging Lithium Ion batteries in mobile phones and PDAs is a balancing act. On one hand, high current is needed to quickly replace the energy drained from the battery while transmitting voice or data....


Security in a Mobile World

October 30, 2001 10:24 am | Comments

Security is a concern with wireless services and businesses who take full advantage of the wireless Internet. By John Mennel, 724 Solutions As mobile Internet-enabled devices become more pervasive in the homes and working lives of consumers, the demand to provide services traditionally available on desktop computers grows as well....

Meeting the Challenges of Large, Complex ASICs

October 30, 2001 10:24 am | Wireless Design & Development | Comments

New techniques are being used to deal with current and future demands of smaller transistor sizes. By Graham Inglis, Tality Every year, consumer demands mean that equipment suppliers demand more functionality and better performance, but with lower power dissipation and a cheaper part price....

Enabling Wireless Systems

October 30, 2001 10:24 am | Comments

Line density, lateral connector strain, cable radius & equipment airflow management enable the success of wireless systems. By Dale Reed, Trompeter Electronics Network architects talk broadly about their world as "edge" and "core". In the case of cellular voice traffic the "edge" is the individual cell site transmitting to and receiving from the cell phone, and the "core" is the public telephone com...

Intermod Jumper Cables

October 30, 2001 9:36 am | Comments

Spinner North America's new high performance Corrugated Jumper Cable assemblies feature – 155 dBc intermod and a VSWR of 1.07:1 @ 900MHz. Operable to 2.4 GHz with standard and superflex 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 dia. cables. IP-68 rated for outdoor use. Straight and right angle, silver plated "N" or 7-16 connectors offered, with soldered inner and outer conductors and injection molded boots....

Wideband Antenna

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

Decibel Products' wideband antenna is designed for the 1710 - 3600 MHz band. The DB792SM5N-KU provides omni-directional RF coverage for a wide range of applications including GSM 1800, PCS, UMTS and 2.4 GHz ISM. This antenna allows systems designers to accommodate a significant range of both applications and technologies....

Dual Output Synthesizer

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

Narda's high performance programmable microwave synthesizers meet the requirements of wireless communications systems, Satcom converters, digital radio, and optical networks. The foundation of these synthesizers is Narda's proprietary phase-locked dielectric resonator oscillator. By using this PLDRO as the low noise internal oscillator and adding programmable upconverter circuitry around it, Narda has achieved tunable microwave synthesize...

Medium Power Transistors

October 30, 2001 9:17 am | Comments

California Eastern Laboratories (CEL) introduces three NPN high frequency, medium power silicon transistors from NEC. Fabricated using NEC's high frequency wafer process, the NE644M04, NE678M04 and NE677M04 are usable in applications from 100 MHz to 3 GHz. Designed to serve as driver amplifiers or as power amplifier stages, these low cost parts are ideal for cellular and cordless phones, pagers, two-way radios and in fixed wireless transcei...


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