Ulrich L. Rohde

Ulrich
L. Rohde
Chairman of Synergy Microwave Corp

Ulrich L. Rohde is Chairman of Synergy Microwave Corp., Paterson, NJ and President of Communications Consulting Corp. Rohde studied electrical engineering and radio communications at the universities of Munich and Darmstadt, Germany. He holds a PhD in electrical engineering (1978) and an Sc.D. (hon., 1979) in radio communications.  In 2004, he obtained a Dr.-Ing. Degree from the University in Berlin, Germany. In 2011, Rohde earned the Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. degree from the University of Cottbus, Germany. Rohde has published more than 200 scientific papers and either contributed to or written a large number of books.

Articles
Cost-Effective VCOs Replace Power-Hungry YIGs
These innovative voltage-controlled oscillators make the most of multi-coupled slow-wave planar resonators to achieve low phase-noise performance at a fraction of the size and power of YIGs.
Low-Noise VCOs Conquer Wide Bands
These low-cost, surface-mount sources offer better than octave tuning ranges and low phase noise while consuming minimal power through 4200 MHz.
Ceramic Resonator Oscillators Challenge SAW Performance
The use of ceramic resonators and novel circuit techniques have led to a line of low-cost ceramic resonator oscillators with low phase noise over a wide temperature range.

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