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May 2, 2016
Datasheet
Microwaves and RF

What are the Differences Between Coaxial Connectors?, Part 1 (.PDF Download)  

Although often taken for granted, coaxial connectors are a key aspect of any RF/microwave application. While they may receive less attention than other components, connectors nonetheless must provide adequate performance to avoid any system degradations. Therefore, anyone tasked with selecting coaxial connectors for any given application should clearly understand the parameters that define connector performance... Register or Sign in below to download the full article in .PDF format, including high-resolution graphics and schematics when applicable....More
Apr 29, 2016
Datasheet
Microwaves and RF

What Substrate Material Best Fits Your High-Speed Circuits? (.PDF Download)  

Printed-circuit-board (PCB) materials contain the transmission lines and components that enable discrete RF/microwave circuits. They consist of numerous materials, including plastics, epoxy, glass, and ceramics, in rigid and flexible forms and with qualities that serve many different circuit designs. Understanding how PCB material parameters relate to circuit performance can simplify the task of matching a PCB material to an application as well as to a circuit fabrication process......More
Apr 29, 2016
Datasheet
Microwaves and RF

Fabricate C-Band Components with Rectangular SIW (.PDF Download)  

Substrate integrated waveguide (SIW) is a high-frequency transmission line that can provide excellent high-frequency performance on low-dielectric-constant substrate materials. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology, rectangular SIW (RSIW) was used to design and fabricate a SIW power divider, circulator, and coupler for use at frequencies from 4.0 to 6.5 GHz. In SIW, these components are readily implemented as planar circuits, with measured results of prototype circuits agreeing closely with computer simulations......More
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