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Portable system for rugged environments such as ground vehicles, ships and aircraft Ultra high sustained recording rates up to 4.8 GB/s One or two channels of recording with up
Power amplifier innovation, newer communication technologies and additional manufacturing materials will help RF-Wireless meet the demands of the IoT. Much of the coverage for IoT
The development of printed circuits decades ago made the modern revolution in electronics possible. However, as devices become ever-faster, ever-smaller and ever more efficient, traditional
M/A-COM Technology (MACOM) and IQE have announced a licensing and supply agreement that brings high-volume GaN on silicon (GaN on Si) closer to being realized for RF projects. By Caroline
Research Review - Algorithm adjusts the view; New material lets the light in; imec and Rohm collaborate on low power radio component’s
Electronic engineering students at Italy’s Sapienza University of Rome are led by associate professor, Dr. Stefano Pisa, who uses AWR’s Microwave Office circuit design software
A “how to” list of practical considerations for adding wireless capablities to machines.
RF and mixed-signal intellectual-property (IP) technologies benefit from real growth, rumors of Apple’s WiFi chips, and MEMS. The wireless chip market will be the leading growth
RF and baseband SOC in 65 nm CMOS for Intelligent Transport Systems based on the Catena IEEE802.11x platform
Wireless communication is finding its way into our daily life in numerous applications where most of us take it for granted to access information wherever we go. As an example,
No one could have imagined the impact of the mobile handset on society when it was first introduced commercially over 20 years ago. Today we depend on our cell phones for many different
Highlights from the major IEEE RF and Microwave show include the purported death of GaAs, non-CMOS stacked die, women engineers and microapps.
Imec’s science writers report from the International Technology Forum (ITF) last week in Brussels. Mieke Van Bavel reports on ‘sensing the world with millimeter-waves’, based on the imec ITF2013 presentation
From the Blogosphere
Preparing students to design for the Internet of Things (IoT) has never been easier, only requiring small changes to the way engineering concepts are taught today. Everything you need is now readily available to facilitate a host of timely, relevant wireless applications and it's never too early to start incorporating...
1. What version of spectre are you using? Typing the command in an xterm at the unix prompt:unix> spectre -Wwill give that information.2. Look at the contents of spectre help: unix> spectre -h vsource --or-- The SpectreRF User Guide has the information that you need. You should be able to access it by...
Dave looks inside the most popular microcomputer of the 1970’s, the Radio Shack / Tandy TRS-80 Model I And also a look at the TRS-80 Model 102. Bonus EMI testing for fun. Bonus rant on how slow the Tektronix MDO3000 is in RF mode. TMS4116 16Kb DRAM Level II BASIC Reference Manual Forum HERE Hi-Res […]...
High peak-to-average ratios inherent in 4G/5G modulation schemes are driving the circuitry controlling RF PAs to become more modeling-oriented....