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2003-02-06 Maxim superhet receiver offers -114dBm sensitivity
The MAX1473 300MHz to 450MHz superheterodyne ASK receiver features -114dBm sensitivity and >50dB user-selectable center frequency image rejection
2008-04-16 Learning from the superhet
Trying to transform an unmanageable problem into one that can be managed, and then solving it, rather than approaching it directly, is a good approach to keep in mind for the system design challenges all engineers face.
2000-11-01 Signal leakage mires conversions
This article reviews superheterodyne tuning techniques and offers pointers for more streamlined implementations.
2003-01-16 Direct conversion: No pain, no gain
The benefits of direct conversion require the designer to carefully consider the non-ideal world, or receiver design, and to conquer the issues one at a time
2006-03-15 Transceiver extends 433MHz range
Radiometrix introduced a narrow band transceiver module which is optimized for low-power, making it well suited for low power apps where existing single frequency wideband UHF modules lack sufficient range.
2002-10-01 Maxim zero-IF transceiver has 7-by-7mm footprint
Maxim's MAX2820 SiGe zero-IF transceiver is available in a 48-pin QFN leadless package with a footprint of 7-by-7mm.
2005-05-02 FM multi-channel transceiver has usable range of over 1km
Radiometrix 's TR2M UHF narrow band FM multi-channel transceiver is perfect for bi-directional data links where range is a problem.
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