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2005-03-30 Highest performing' RF VGAs
The MAX2056 and MAX2057 devices from Maxim are touted by the company to be the industry's highest performing RF variable gain amplifiers in monolithic form
2011-05-17 RF amplifier boasts ultra-small footprint
Avago Technologies unveils the VMMK-3xxx amplifiers, leveraging Avago WaferCap chip scale packaging (CSP) technology to offer an ultra-small footprint of 1x0.5x0.25mm
2008-02-27 Integrated hybrid TV tuner saves space, cost
Maxim's MAX3541 single-conversion, hybrid TV tuner requires only one external SAW filter, a crystal and a few discrete components in order to complete the solution, thus providing a cost-competitive alternative to canned tuners
2013-04-17 DPD receiver tweaked for 300MHz base station apps
Linear Technology has recently rolled out a wideband RF-to-digital micromodule receiver which targets wideband, low IF receivers and wireless base stations implementing power amplifier linearisation
2005-01-19 Designing a wireless base station transmitter chain? Check out ADI's broadband VGA
Unlike its other VGAs, this is ADI's first variable gain amplifier/attenuator specifically made for transmitter apps
2006-03-01 Delicate balancing acts ensure balun performance
There are several approaches to making the transition between balanced and unbalanced topologies
2015-12-28 5 stimulating stories you might have missed in 2015
Apart from the mergers and acquisitions that graced our banner headlines for almost once a week this year, there are other stories that are equally important. Here are five of them
2008-02-01 Integration key to 802.11n success
Technical challenges resulting from the latest wireless LAN (WLAN) specification, 802.11n, are significant. Serving multiple frequency bandwidths (2.4GHz and/or 5GHz) with multiple antennas, the devices used in 802.11n WLAN must be optimized for output power as well as size
2006-12-11 Tuner ICs serve Japanese mobile-broadcast TV
Maxim Integrated Products is fabbing two power-managed chip types for designers of Japanese digital broadcast products.
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