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Radio Solution

April 10, 2001 8:32 am | Comments

Ericsson Microelectronics announces a complete Bluetooth radio solution for the growing CDMA cellular market. By incorporating this solution, manufacturers can significantly reduce time-to-market for CDMA mobile phones utilizing Bluetooth wireless technology. The PBA 313 04 Bluetooth radio is a complete transceiver, including all external components except antenna....

Surge Protection

April 10, 2001 8:30 am | Comments

ERICO had added the SEP for Service Entrance Primary protection to its line of CRITEC surge protection devices. The SEP feature ERICO's Transient Discriminating™ (TD™) Technology, which ensures long life under adverse condition. The SEP has a complete instrumentation and diagnostics panel which allows the user to fully monitor the operating status of protection for all equipment....

J-Hook Cable Assemblies

April 10, 2001 8:29 am | Comments

The new CADDY AFAB Series angle brackets from ERICO offer an easy and stable method for installing the line of CADDY CableCat™ J-Hooks to threaded rod or directly to the structure. Specially designed taps expedite assembly and stabilize the J-hooks — eliminating any movement of the J-hook after installation....

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Metal Gaskets For EMI Shielding

April 10, 2001 8:27 am | Comments

Chomerics, a division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, now provides SPRING-LINE® EMI gaskets for shielding and grounding of standard D-connector interfaces. The gaskets are available in both beryllium-copper and stainless steel. They provide EMI protection by ensuring that maximum surface contact is achieved via independent metal gasket fingers....

Resettable Fuses

April 10, 2001 8:26 am | Comments

Bourns announced the expansion of its Multifuse® product line. The new products being launched include additions to various series. The MF-USMD family of SMT resettable fuses has a 1210 mils footprint. Bourns Multifuse Polymer PTC's offer overcurrent protection for a variety of applications, including motherboards, add-on cards, disk drives, peripherals and hand-held devices....

Oscillators

April 10, 2001 8:22 am | Comments

Bliley has just released its Model N45HP sub-miniature OCXO intended for optical switching systems and other Stratum 3 applications. The OCXO features 3.3 V PECL output at standard frequencies of 51.84, 77.76 and 100 MHz. Overall stability including temperature and aging is less than 4.6 ppm for 20 years; temperature stability is ± 0....

Overvoltage Protection Products

April 10, 2001 8:20 am | Comments

Bourns announced the North American introduction of the Totally Integrated Surge Protector (TISP) Telecom Overvoltage Protection products as part of the Bourns product line. Bourns obtained the TISP® product line through the acquisition of Power Innovations, Ltd The TISP products are specially designed to provide protection for telecommunications equipment in instances where high voltages occur as a result of lightning strikes, power l...

E-Core Transformers

April 10, 2001 8:17 am | Comments

API Delevan announces the introduction of four new sizes of PC mount ferrite, E-core transformers for use in switch mode power supply applications. Series 6655, 6656, 6657, and 6658 range in size from 0.750 L × 0.868 W × 0.625 H to 1.620 L × 1.359 W × 1.130 H. Transformers are constructed using a UL approved nylon bobbin and can be supplied in horizontal or vertical mount configurations....

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High Voltage Op Amps

April 10, 2001 8:15 am | Comments

Driven by new requirements to work with voltage supplies > 100 V and looking for output current > 1 A, design engineers may want to consider Apex's PA97, PA44 and PA46. These drivers are being applied in circuits such as the micro-mirror movement that is gaining rapid acceptance for optical switching....

Solid State RF Amplifier

April 10, 2001 8:10 am | Comments

Aethercomm P/N SSPA 1.25-1.35-30-2 is a high power, pulsed solid state RF amplifier for use in a Military Counter Mortar Radar System. This rugged PA is employed in the most stringent of operating environments. This SSPA offers a minimum gain of 25 dB operating from – 50 to 90 ° C. It has dual 30 watt minimum output ports while typically delivering almost 40 watts to the antenna....

RF Amplifier

April 10, 2001 8:08 am | Comments

Aethercomm P/N SSPA 0.118-0.137-100 is a high power, solid state RF amplifier for use in commercial or military avionics systems. This PA can be employed in any system where high gain, high power and excellent linearity are required. This unit has been optimized for Analog Voice, DSB AM, Analog MSK and 8 PSK modulation formats....

Frequency Doubler

April 10, 2001 8:06 am | Comments

Aethercomm P/N 10020-001 is an X to K Band Frequency Doubler. This frequency multiplier has an input frequency range of 8.8 to 9.6 GHz and an output frequency range of 17.6 to 19.2 GHz. The input power level is variable from 5 dBm to 14 dBm. Output power level is 12 dBm typical at each of the output ports....

Out- of- Channel Measurement on GSM Mobile Station

April 9, 2001 6:12 am | Comments

A new fast & accurate narrow-band measurement method to measure the GSM mobile's out of channel spectrum spectral energy. By Michael Leung, Agilent Technologies "The Output RF Spectrum (ORFS) due to modulation measurement is important because it defines how much a transmitter will interfere with other users....

VSLI Lowers Costs: Chip Assembly Makes Bluetooth Solutions A Success

April 9, 2001 6:12 am | Wireless Design & Development | Comments

Chip assembly provides requirements to make Bluetooth a reality. By Dipl.-Ing. Wilfried Blaesner Market research institutions are predicting enormous success for Bluetooth applications. In just a few years they foresee a thousand million devices being fitted with the Bluetooth interface. For this vision to become reality, however, several requirements such as low costs, guaranteed interoperability, low power consumption and compact di...

Test Methodologies for Evaluating Broadband W-CDMA Receiver Designs

April 9, 2001 6:10 am | Comments

3GPP has defined a new suite of tests to evaluate W-CDMA. By Cliff Bailey, Spirent Communications Wireless broadband technologies continue to advance and mature at a remarkable rate. Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (W-CDMA) mobile radio networks promise higher data throughput, increased capacity, and seamless worldwide roaming on wireless networks....

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