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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....

Wireless Symposium 2001: Show Wrap-Up

April 6, 2001 12:30 pm | Comments

Industry Converges upon San Jose for Wireless Symposium By Robert Fee, Associate Editor, The Wireless Portable Symposium & Exhibition, in the past, has been one of the industry's larger gatherings. And when 372 companies in 660 exhibitor booths and more than 4,800 wireless engineers, designers, developers, managers, and executives convened upon San Jose, CA February 12-16 for this years event, it was assured that ...


VCO with Low Current Draw

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

Trak Microwave has designed and developed a new VCO (voltage controlled oscillator) Model 10-802-4003 for wireless handheld radios that is available in dual band frequencies from 700 - 1600 MHz. This surface mount VCO has a very low current draw at 13 mA typical and phase noise at – 115 dBc typical at 10 kHz, resulting in improved adjacent channel rejectivity....

GPS Antennas

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

MAXRAD introduces a new GPS antenna series specially designed to provide higher gain and versatility to their users. The new and improved active GPS (AGPS) will supersede other GPS antenna lines previously supplied by the company. Featuring a low profile microstrip patch design, the new series provides cutting-edge receive and transmit technology....

Hybrid Coupler

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

Anaren Microwave, a manufacturer of microwave signal distribution networks and wireless components, has introduced the Xinger® 2A1306-3 surface mount 3 dB hybrid coupler for use in high-power applications within a broad 1.8 - 2.5 GHz bandwidth. The high-power Xinger is designed for power combining in applications ranging from DCS, PCS, W-CDMA, UMTS, ISM and the 2....

Bluetooth PA for 2.4 GHz ISM Band

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

The PA2423 is a monolithic SiGe (Silicon-Germanium) high efficiency power amplifier for the 2.4 GHz ISM band. The PA boosts class II Bluetooth radios to power class I, 100 m range applications. It delivers 23.5 dBm output power with 45 percent power added efficiency when operated in a class AB mode....

MMDS Fixed Wireless Transceiver

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

The MMDS fixed wireless transceiver carries high-speed two-way data for fast Internet access, interactive video/voice and telephone. This unit is designed to accommodate Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) or other customer specified plans. The transceiver will deliver a transmitter output power of 20 dBm into the 50 ohm antenna port and provide a receiver IF output level of – 30 dBm into a 75 ohm connector....

Receiver ICs

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

TriQuint Semiconductor has unveiled its latest in a series of Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) TDMA-mode monolithic receiver ICs. The TQ5122 cellular frequency band receiver and the TQ5622 PCS band frequency are complementary devices specifically designed for use in IS-136/TDMA handsets in both the U.S. cellular and PCS frequency bands....

Complete Software Radio Solution

April 6, 2001 11:45 am | Comments

Pentek, Inc. has announced one of the first digital upconverter and D/A VIM-2 (Velocity Interface Mezzanine) modules in the industry, allowing engineers to generate wideband analog IF signals in real time right from a DSP. The Model 6229 is ideal for radio transmission and can be combined with any Pentek TMS320C6x digital signal processor board and digital receiver to build a complete, low-cost transmit and receive software radio system....


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