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Nov 23, 2016
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Microwaves and RF

Deciding Between Mixers and Multipliers/Dividers (.PDF Download)

Many applications translate frequencies higher or lower in various ways, such as via frequency mixers, frequency multipliers, and frequency dividers. These components take different approaches to transform the frequencies of signals and their modulation content from their inputs to their outputs, but are they interchangeable? When does it make more sense to use a mixer rather than a multiplier or divider?... Register or Sign in below to download the full article in .PDF format, including high-resolution graphics and schematics when applicable....More
Nov 22, 2016
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Microwaves and RF

Front-End Modules Make Smart Connections for IoT (.PDF Download)  

The basic idea of the Internet of Things (IoT) may seem simple: wireless communications between sensors and the Internet. But for engineers faced with designing its component parts, such a simple description is much less than the tip of the iceberg. Challenges are presented by every component within an IoT product, the software that enables it, and the network that coordinates and secures it... Register or Sign in below to download the full article in .PDF format, including high-resolution graphics and schematics when applicable....More
Nov 18, 2016
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Microwaves and RF

Choosing Between CW and Pulsed Power Amps (.PDF Download)  

Power amplifiers (PAs) for RF/microwave use come in various shapes and sizes, at many different performance levels, and based on numerous technologies. Differences in capabilities separate one PA from another as a better fit for a particular system. But one key difference perhaps stands apart from the rest: Has the PA been designed for continuous-wave (CW) or pulsed amplification, such as in communications or radar systems, respectively. Furthermore, what characteristics can help make an amplifier a good fit for either a CW or pulsed application?......More
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