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2008-07-21 VCO rolls for L-band microwave radio apps
Z-Communications Inc. has released a RoHS-compliant voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) in the L-band.
2009-10-27 Traveling wave amp fits high-speed comm apps
Avago reveals a DC-80GHz traveling wave amplifier for microwave radio systems and satellite VSAT apps.
2004-12-09 Microwave radio, test, and sensor apps get a low-noise boost
Hittite introduced a new family of low noise amplifiers for microwave radio, test and sensor applications from 7GHz to 32GHz
2003-01-29 IFR spectrum analyzer tests microwave links
The company's 2395 26.5GHz spectrum analyzer is targeted for apps such as microwave point-to-point radio links.
2008-05-30 Type N connector supports outdoor RF apps
Bomar Interconnect Products Inc. has added a sealed female Type N connector to its proprietary line of RoHS-compliant V-Bite RF edgeboard connectors.
2005-05-16 RFID tracks future everyday apps
Replacing barcodes, RFID is set to make transportation logistics and access control or object identification easier and considerably more reliable
2012-09-04 RF transistor aimed at secondary surveillance radar aviation apps
Microsemi's 1011GN-700ELM is based on GaN on SiC technologies, and operates at 1030MHz and supports short- and long-pulsed extended length message.
2006-03-27 RF power detector handles WiFi, WiMAX apps
Linear Technology reports that its LTC5533 dual-channel RF power detector is the first in the industry to reach the 11GHz range, making it suitable for multi-band WiFi, WiMAX and other radio applications
2003-06-16 RF component vendors see uptick in military apps
Heightened security concerns have prompted many components vendors at the IEEE Microwave Technology and Techniques Symposium to tout the suitability of their parts for military and aerospace systems
2006-02-16 MMIC LNA targets industrial sensor apps
Hittite introduced a new GaAs pHEMT MMIC low noise amplifier designed for microwave radio, military and industrial sensor applications
2003-09-26 Microwave Photonics antenna system suits Wi-Fi apps
The AgilWAVE platform from Microwave Photonics is a wireless access infrastructure platform based on a patented switched distributed antenna technology
2004-04-14 M/A-COM lead-free SPDT GaAs switch targets WLAN apps
M/A-COM has announced a new lead-free low-loss SPDT GaAs switch.
2005-07-15 Ka-band PAs and doubler target wireless communications apps
Mimix Broadband introduced a new line of Ka-band GaAs monolithic microwave integrated circuit products, including power amplifiers and a doubler, covering the 27GHz to 34GHz frequency bands
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
2005-10-25 Chipset targets millimeter wave apps
Mimix Broadband announced the introduction of a gallium arsenide MMIC 13GHz/15GHz chipset that consists of a highly integrated image reject receiver and transmitter, and compact, two stage power amplifier.
2007-03-02 Buffer amps cover 4-21GHz for PTP apps
Mimix introduced two pHEMT MMIC two-stage buffer amps covering the 4-11GHz and 10-21GHz frequency bands for applications such as millimeter-wave point-to-point radio, LMDS, SATCOM and VSATs
2012-01-20 Bluetooth low energy vs proprietary RF for HID apps
Here's a comparison of the Bluetooth Low Energy technology with proprietary protocols in the HID market. It looks at interoperability, flexibility, complexity, power, and cost.
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.
2005-10-05 PXI RF test modules go to 6GHz
Adding 6GHz capability to provide seamless coverage of mobile device testing, test-and-measurement house Aeroflex released two new PXI (PCI Extensions for Instrumentation) modules to its product line-up.
2005-11-15 M/A-COM expands power transistor and power module line-up
M/A-COM announced an extension of their bipolar power transistors and power module families, designed specifically for avionics and pulsed radar products and apps
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
2010-07-05 GaAs MMICs enable signal pre-amplification
Freescale Semiconductor's ultralow-noise GaAs chips promise enable pre-amplification of radio signals without also magnifying noise
2003-02-21 Mitsubishi ships RF design kit for VHF, UHF
The company has introduced the Design Accelerator Kit 2 for its MOSFET-based silicon RF modules for VHF and UHF apps
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
2004-02-05 Cypress SoC delivers up to 50m wireless connectivity
Cypress Semiconductor has released its CYWUSB6935 2.4GHz radio SoC solution that delivers up to 50m or more of wireless connectivity for industrial apps
2007-07-05 ST fields capacitive sensor to simplify user interfaces
Making room for itself in the already maturing capacitive sensing market, STMicroelectronics launched the QST108, its first device under its QST portfolio of touch sensors.
2005-07-19 Resistor eases visual inspection
A new line of partial wrap termination resistors from International Mfg Services provides an exposed solder fillet that is designed to facilitate visual inspection of the flip-chip's termination joint
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
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