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2006-02-09 Hittite rolls out new GaAs pHEMT MMIC LNA
Hittite Microwave has introduced a new GaAs pHEMT MMIC LNA which is designed for 75? CATV, STB, home gateway and digital TV applications.
2009-02-17 GaAs LNA fits one-segment broadcasting
New Japan Radio Co. Ltd has released the NJG1129MD7 wide range GaAs LNA optimal for tuner module with one segment broadcasting such as handsets and car navigations.
2003-11-28 Empower RF device rated at 100W
Rated at 100W over the band 0.8GHz to 4.2GHz, Model 2030 from Empower RF Systems is designed for use in RF immunity testing and general laboratory use.
2005-07-26 Double-balanced surface mount mixers cover 14GHz to 32GHz
Hittite Microwave introduced three new surface mount packaged GaAs MMIC Double Balanced Mixers which are well suited for upconverter and downconverter apps
2006-01-03 Double-balanced mixers convert between 4GHz to 38GHz
Hittite's new hermetic mixer modules are well suited for military, space, wideband telecom, industrial, microwave radio and test equipment applications from 4GHz to 38GHz.
2009-10-07 Digital step attenuator touts 26ns switching times
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. has released the PE43204 2bit UltraCMOS digital step attenuator (DSA) suitable for 4G Tx/Rx applications.
2005-11-16 Differential amp drives high-speed converters
Analog Devices' new AD8352 differential amplifier drives up to 14-bit ADCs at speeds of 180MHz.
2008-04-03 Designing RF with op amps (Part 2)
The conclusion of a two-part series addresses the practical circuit examples of RF and intermediate frequency (IF) amplifiers.
2009-02-02 Design tools simplify RF systems dev't
Analog Devices Inc. has released two free downloadable software tools that can ease RF systems design.
2007-06-04 Demodulator suits WiMAX, WiBro apps
ADI's ADL5387 demodulator enables high capacity digital modems for microwave radio transmission and broadband access systems, such as 802.16 WiMAX and WiBro applications.
2007-12-18 Chips enable direct conversion cellular base stations
Analog Devices is extending its RF portfolio with what it claims as the industry's highest-performance broadband direct conversion radio solution.
2007-10-11 Broadband MMIC amp suits high-linearity apps
Filtronic Compound Semiconductors has announced the release of a new high-linearity broadband MMIC amplifierthe FMA3025SOT89E.
2014-04-17 Broadband amplifiers feature gain range of 32dB to 48dB
The ten 1W and 2W broadband amplifiers from Pasternack utilise a hybrid microwave integrated circuit design and advanced GaAs pHEMT technology. They incorporate several voltage protection features for added reliability.
2012-01-04 Boost SDR performance
Here are some examples of how software for system simulation of RF end-to-end architecture design can be used to address the software defined radio design challenges.
2014-06-05 Analog expands RF platform with modulator, demodulator
The devices are designed for 3G/4G communication, microwave PtP radios, military/aerospace and instrumentation applications.
2007-06-14 Amplifier IC takes up antenna signal losses
Atmel has developed an antenna amplifier IC that enables AM/FM car-radio reception when used with designer antennas.
2005-05-24 Agilent's new active mixer combines high-linearity, low-LO
The new low-LO power E-pHEMT MMIC active mixer from Agilent is designed to meet the performance requirements of BTS 3G base station radio cards and other point-to-point and point-to-multipoint microwave radio link apps.
2008-02-13 Active mixer supports wide frequency range, saves cost
Linear Technology has introduced a new high dynamic range active upconverting mixer with a wide frequency range of 1.5GHz to 3.8GHz and covers the 1.9GHz cellular bands.
2007-01-12 2W PA targets 800MHz-1GHz-band apps
RF components supplier M/A-COM is delivering its MAAP-007649-000100 2W power amplifier slated for 800MHz to 1GHz-band applications.
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