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Terahertz Imaging System Uses BWO As Source 12
An imaging system based on transmission and reflection modes in the terahertz region has been developed by using a backward-wave oscillator (BWO) as its source, a Golay-Cell as the detector, and an oscilloscope as a data acquisition unit.
Directional Coupler Spans 10 To 50 GHz
Model C-1050-20 is a 20-dB directional coupler with 10-dB directivity from 10 to 50 GHz.
WiGig And VESA Form Working Group 3
A working group is now taking strides to make sure that future WiGig devices are compatible with DisplayPort, which is one of the most widely established display connection technologies for PCs.
Use SSC Oscillators To Banish EMI
Because electromagnetic interference (EMI) stems from system clocks, it can be most efficiently and economically reduced with the use of spread spectrum clock (SSC) oscillators.
600-W, C-Band GaAs SSPA Rivals TWTAs
Thanks to spatial power combining, these solid state power amplifiers (SSPAs) do not limit the amount of power that could be provided by an individual solid-state transistor—a problem that is often encountered when SSPAs are used in broadcast satellite-uplink terminals.
RFID Stent Tag Senses Vessel’s State 1
With the ability to monitor processes as they evolve, radio frequency identification (RFID) can benefit telemedicine and health-monitoring devices.
Three-Pronged Missile-Defense Test Engages Multiple Targets
A test by the Missile Defense Agency demonstrated the interoperability of three regional missile defense systems: the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System, Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) Missile, and Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) weapon system.
Base-Station Coupler Links 800 to 2500 MHz
A line of high-power couplers for cellular base stations provides low PIM performance from 800 to 2500 MHz.
Power Splitters Work In Buildings
A line of unequal power splitters offers division ratios from 2:1 to 10:1 at frequencies from 698 to 2700 MHz.
Amplifiers Aid CATV and FTTP
Three high-gain amplifiers serve cable-television (CATV) and fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) applications.
Low-PIM Cables Jump DC To 3 GHz 2
A line of low-PIM coaxial cable assemblies has been extended for applications to 3 GHz.
Low-Noise Oscillators Replace Cavity Sources
A line of low-noise oscillators has been developed to replace cavity oscillators in microwave radios.
Optimize Testing Of Multi-Standard-Radio Devices
With a single multi standard radio (MSR) base station unit now able to transmit GSM, WCDMA, and LTE multiple carriers simultaneously, the accurate and efficient testing of those MSR base station transmitter devices has become critical to their success.
Develop Software For Radios In Space
Researchers have an opportunity to develop software according to the STRS architecture for radios for a new, flexible testbed on the International Space Station while reconfiguring how the radios communicate on-orbit.
Holographic Radar Cuts Wind-Farm Clutter
This 3D Holographic Radar may become the new standard for addressing the impact of wind turbines on aviation safety and airfield Primary Surveillance Radar.
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