Think plumbing when you think of microwaves. At least that is the way it used to be. Lots of waveguides and metal structures with cavities. And tubes. Today much of that plumbing is still around for some applications. Now it is less plumbing and more ...
Day two of the IMS conference in Montreal started off well with a great briefing with Ke Wu, the General Chairman of the conference. He is the guy that led his crew of 65+ individuals and IEEE support staff to put together this massive show. An ...
Most wireless today is microwave. But it wasn't always that way. Microwave was initially associated with radar, transmission lines and other special wireless applications like satellites and relay. Now it is a microwave world celebrated this year in ...
With an ultra-low-noise PLL mechanism called phase refining, this synthesizer brings output phase noise to almost ideally multiplied crystal reference behavior.
GaN Roundtable: The State of GaN Reliability Today
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013, 2:00 pm ET. Gallium nitride (GaN) has come a long way over the past few years in terms of affordability, industry acceptance and, in particular, reliability. In this webcast roundtable, a panel of expert speakers will assess the current state of GaN reliability, along with offering predictions for its future.
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Agilent Technologies Complex Modulation Generation with Low Cost Arbitrary Waveform Generators - Agilent's Trueform Architecture for Wireless Applications
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