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2008-09-11 RF synthetic instrument supports up to 26.5GHz
BAE Systems, National Instruments and Phase Matrix have released a next-generation, 26.5GHz synthetic instrument based on the PXI platform for military and commercial RF and microwave applications
2007-09-14 RF synthesizer with embedded VCOs handles up to 5GHz
STMicroelectronics has unveiled its new RF synthesizer with integrated voltage-controlled oscillators said to be the highest frequency coverage in the market at 5GHz
2005-05-11 RF synthesizer includes VCOs
STMicroelectronics unveiled a multi-band RF synthesizer with embedded voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs), the first in a series of highly integrated RF solutions integrating PLL and VCOs
2006-10-16 RF switching module rolls for testing stations
Dow-Key Microwave now offers a multifunctional RF switching module for mobile, desktop testing stations
2006-04-28 RF switches suit automated test platforms
National Instruments announced its PXI and SCXI RF multiplexing switch modules that route signals ranging from DC to 5GHz for communications test applications.
2011-05-26 RF switch targets high-performance broadband apps
Peregrine Semiconductor introduced the RoHS-compliant PE42551 50? RF Switch for high-performance broadband applications
2009-05-08 RF switch connectors tailored for UWB apps
Murata Manufacturing has enhanced the operating frequency range and reduced the footprint of its tiny RF switch connectors to create the new SWG series suitable for UWB applications
2008-06-24 RF switch claims high linearity, fast settling time
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. has introduced the PE42552 SPDT 50 RF switch for test and measurement applications that require ultralinear RF performance and ultrafast settling time.
2007-03-22 RF spectrum analyzer targets cost-sensitive apps
Agilent's N9320A RF spectrum analyzer addresses this need by providing quick measurement with performance and enhanced usability packaged in a low-cost solution
2005-02-03 RF sniffer is a recording spectrum analyzer
Narda Safety Test Solutions' SRM-3000 selective radiation meter is a battery powered portable that's essentially a precision handheld spectrum analyzer
2015-06-22 RF record, playback sol'n comes with real-time GNSS simulator
The Averna RP-6100 series can capture all GNSS bands, as well as HD Radio, Wi-Fi, LTE, radar and cognitive radio, plus impairments, to significantly advance RF projects and harden product designs
2010-03-11 RF range extender combines PA, LNA, switches
Texas Instruments Inc. is rolling out a highly-integrated, cost-effective RF range extender for low-power wireless applications at 850MHz to 950MHz
2010-09-07 RF Quick Start Kit speeds up femtocell time to market
Lime Microsystems has just introduced their RF Quick Start Kit as well as an optimized reference design for its multi-band multi-standard RF transceiver IC for femtocells, the LMS6002D
2007-12-20 RF power terminator, attenuator suit high-frequency apps
TT electronics IRC advanced film division has released a high power attenuator and surface mount transmission line terminator targeted for RF and microwave applications
2011-12-16 RF power sensor touts 10MHz-26.5GHz frequency range
Tektronix's compact RF/microwave power meters boast -60dBm to 20dBm dynamic range and measurement speed at 2000 readings/s
2008-05-22 RF power detector operates over wide frequency range
A new monolithic broadband, high performance logarithmic RF power detector from Linear Tech promises accurate RF power measurement over a wide frequency range
2015-11-27 RF pointers for embedded developers
Here are five tips on RF technology for developers without much prior experience in dealing with RF now tasked with adding wireless connectivity to their embedded designs
2008-11-12 RF modules exceed 10km range
Laird Technologies Inc. has developed the LT2510, its fifth generation 2.4GHz FHSS module that sets a new standard for industrial RF communication
2005-08-22 RF modules enable wireless DAQ
SRI PMD's Wireless Link line of products provide realtime connectivity between sensors or transducers and instrumentation that can be separated by distances of about 500 feet.
2002-11-20 RF Micro expands sales reach in China
RF Micro Devices Inc. has opened a new sales and customer support office in Beijing, China
2003-12-05 RF Micro amps to power latest LG handsets
RF Micro Devices has announced production shipments of its RF3133 PowerStar power amplifier module to LG Electronics
2007-11-26 RF MEMS switch market to balloon in five years
Market researcher WTC sees the market for RF MEMS switches explode: While in 2006, the total market volume amounted to $5 million globally, the volume will grow to $210 million within only five years
2002-12-16 RF measurement using vector analysis
Vector analysis offers many advantages for measuring general-purpose RF signals by dramatically improving measurement throughput
2003-05-27 RF level measurement accuracy of DTV test receivers
This application note illustrates the RF level measurement accuracy of Rohde & Schwarz's TV test receiver EFA.
2011-06-16 RF Industries upgrades portfolio with CUI buy
RF Industries has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to buy Cables Unlimited Inc. for cash and equity consideration worth approximately $5.6 million
2003-03-10 RF inductor line rolls out with shielding
Gowanda Electronics' series of surface-mount inductors, the SMRF 1812S, features shielding to minimize coupling between board components in RF apps
2008-06-23 RF inductor fits military list for multiple security apps
Gowanda recently launched an RF inductor series that is now on the military's Qualified Product List. The series is designed for RF military, aerospace and defense applications, which may be used in various applications such as space, satellite, radio, sonar, guidance and GPS
2005-08-01 RF IC tools still seeking paths to silicon
Complicated by multiple modulation schemes, RF tools have become proficient at simulating behavior on an architectural level
2003-12-01 RF fading stirs simulation, test issues
To calibrate the noise level to the incoming signal power, it is necessary to statistically determine the carrier power after fading, an expensive and time-consuming process.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
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