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Magnetic Transducers/Buzzers

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Betso Tech, Korea have introduced a complete range of magnetic buzzers. They different surface mountable magnetic transducers/buzzers, including a wide frequency range and a typical sound output between 85 and 100 dB. The smallest SMT buzzer is available in sizes of 8 × 8 × 2.5mm. The height of the buzzer is the smallest on the market, but with many advantages....

Forged Pin Fin Heat Sinks

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Cool Innovations presents the UltraCool III heat sink line parallels the outstanding conceptual design of the UltraCool II line of heat sinks: efficient pin structure resulting in a low thermal resistance, compact size and light weight. Forged from a highly conductive aluminum alloy to allow for superior heat dissipation, the UltraCool III represents an ideal solution for surface mount components dissipating relatively high thermal loads....

2.4GHz 12 db Directional Patch Antenna

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Polaris's DA-12 antenna for the 2.4 GHz spectrum is the most recent addition to our antenna product line. The DA-12 is designed and manufactured in the U.S. with high quality components. Applications for the DA-12 include, wireless video, wireless internet and spread spectrum technologies. The DA-12 measures 8....


Design Planning Products

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Tera Systems announced a major upgrade to its TeraForm® RTL design planning solution, TeraForm 2001.1. Enhancements to the TeraForm analysis partitioning, floorplanning and timing-optimization capabilities solidify the product's status as the new front-end to today's gate-level, logic synthesis and layout solutions for high-performance system-on-chip (SOC) design....

High Power Broadband L Band Solid-State Power Amplifier

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Aethercomm P/N SSPA 1.35-1.85-30 is high power, broadband, L Band, solid-state power amplifier. This PA operates over 500 MHz of bandwidth from 1350 to 1850 MHz. With its built-in pre-distortion linearizer, a typical OIP3 at 1600 MHz is 58 dBm with two tones spaced at 1 MHz with a single carrier level (SCL) of 39 dBm....

Software Radio Solution

July 16, 2001 5:44 am | Comments

Pentek announced a 16-channel digital receiver and A/D VIM-2 (Velocity Interface Mezzanine) module that couples FPGA technology with channelized software radio functions and represents one of the most efficient and powerful products in software radio today. The Model 6231 is a general-purpose, 16-channel narrowband digital receiver and A/D VIM-2 module....

ACM Increases Performance, Reduces Power Consumption

July 9, 2001 9:19 am | Comments

Paul Master, Vice President, Technology, QuickSilver Technology, Inc., Santa Clara,CA Up until now, wireless designers have relied on traditional RISC and DSP architectures as the foundation for early generations of wireless handsets. However, demands for greater functionality in 2.5, 3 and 4G, plus the requirements for higher performance and lower power consumption, are placing major limitations on these conventional microprocessor (&...

M3i adds new functionality to the large California Power System

July 2, 2001 10:42 am | Comments

M3i Systems Inc. has announced the contract signing to provide Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) with the M3i PragmaCAD Mobile Workforce Management, as well as additional Outage Management, modules. This integration will further improve customer care levels by automating LADWP's Power Distribution fleet services and field workforce, and provide advanced network management for the creation, modification, and archiving of swit...


Celestica Recognizes AVX Corporation With Global Supplier Award

July 2, 2001 10:42 am | Comments

AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer of electronic components, has received the Partners in Performance award from Celestica Inc., a world leader in electronics manufacturing services. AVX is the only capacitor supplier in the industry to receive this award for an unprecedented third consecutive year....

LVDS Enables High-Speed Signal Distribution in 3G Basestations

July 2, 2001 5:42 am | Comments

By Surawat Promyotin, Maxim Integrated Products 3G mobile communications — such as W-CDMA, EDGE, and CDMA2000 — promise the magic of media-rich, high-speed Internet access at your cell phone. To service this bandwidth, the cellular basestations (which interface wireless handsets to the wireline networks) will process and distribute exponentially greater amounts of digital data....

Paving the Way for Software Definable Radios

June 29, 2001 7:39 am | Comments

Handsets that support multi-operational modes and frequency bands will rely on "breakthrough technology" to achieve advanced functionality. By David McCartney, e-tenna Corporation In order to realize a handset that supports three, four or more operational modes and frequency bands, the wireless design industry will rely on true "breakthrough technology" to achieve this advanced level of functionality in a lightweight and low-c...

Antenna Considerations in the Deployment of Wireless Broadband Networks

June 29, 2001 7:39 am | Comments

Antenna selection for wireless broadband networks is critical, due to the technology's inherent LOS limitations. By Ana Bakas, MAXRAD, Inc. In 1985 and in 1997, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allocated three Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) bands for unlicensed commercial use....

Automated Instrumentation Solution

June 29, 2001 4:56 am | Comments

Tektronix, Inc. announced an automated instrumentation solution that seamlessly combines many of the company's proven logic analyzer and oscilloscope models, creating an integrated tool set for digital development and troubleshooting. Obtaining a clear signal is a significant challenge for electronic designers working on digital systems because the complexity of these designs can degrade signal quality....

Variable Gain Amplifier

June 29, 2001 4:56 am | Comments

M/A-COM introduces a new voltage variable gain amplifier to complement their existing gain block amplifier family (AM55-0029, AM55-0024 and AM55-0023). The AM55-0027 integrates a digitally controlled attenuator with 3 stages of amplification. This amplifier has 0.25 dB attenuation steps over a range of 10 dB....

Software Speeds the Design of Wireless, Broadband, and Optical Products

June 28, 2001 8:23 am | Comments

Ansoft announced the release of Ensemble (Version 8.0) with functionality targeting the needs of RFIC, MMIC, PCB, and planar antenna designers. This version expands the speed and accuracy for characterizing all planar structures found in wireless, broadband, and optical components. Ensemble 8....


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