Whether you are looking for variable attenuators or low-noise amplifiers, Microwaves & RF has you covered. Here are some of the latest products to help optimize your applications, devices, and systems.
In spite of the widespread availability of high-speed, high-frequency integrated circuits (ICs), discrete diodes and transistors are readily available for RF/microwave circuit design and fabrication....More
Element Six recently introduced its Diamond PureOptics synthetic diamonds, which have the intrinsic thermal and optical properties required for the extremely high laser power output in EUV lithography....More
The first Multifunction Phased-Array Radar system, which is geared toward tracking weather patterns and assisting air traffic control, has completed a successful field test with the National Severe Storms Laboratory....More
GaAs Labs, an investment firm based in Silicon Valley that has turned its eyes toward RF semiconductors, has agreed to purchase Anadigics and its GaA production facility for approximately $32 million....More
For a typical RF or microwave amplifier handling multiple carriers simultaneously, it is essential to know the limits of operation resulting from nonlinear effects in order to avoid degraded system level performance....More
Power Added Efficiency (PAE) is a key parameter for the characterization of an amplifier. The objective is to find the point where an amplifier has its best efficiency. At that point, the ratio of the converted RF power with respect to the DC power is maximum....More