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3-D Multilayer Organic (MLO) Packaging Patent Awarded - Wireless ...
Jacket Micro Devices, Inc. (JMD), receives patent approval for new methods of fabricating three-dimensional (3-D) all-organic interconnect structures.
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Custom Membrane Switches Feature Discrete Icon Lighting - Wireless ...
Eastprint, Inc. announces its custom membrane switches with discrete icon and key ring back lighting.
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GPS Environmental Challenges Drive Common Test Practices ...
If my assumption about HDOP was true, the receiver's position error could be anywhere from 5 to 25 meters. GPS position accuracy is a fundamental challenge ...
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Design Challenges for a Multi-band OFDM UWB Communications System ...
UWB is a scalable technology capable of delivering target data at a rate of 110 Mb/s at 10 meters and 480 Mb/s at 2 meters, in realistic multi-path ...
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Medium Power Amplifiers Target Microwave and Millimeterwave Radios ...
Medium Power Amplifiers Target Microwave and Millimeterwave Radios. Hittite Microwave Corporation introduces two GaAs PHEMT MMIC medium power amplifiers ...
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Low VCE(sat) BJTs - Wireless Design & Development
ON Semiconductor introduces a family of high performance, VCE sat bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) that reduce overall circuit cost while contributing to ...
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Creating Wi-Fi Test Metrics - Wireless Design & Development
The objective of the validation process and test metrics is to identify .... Test Setup and Sample Results The roaming test is an example that shows the ...
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Selecting the Right VCO for Your Design - Wireless Design ...
VCO manufacturers usually calculate a margin on both lower and higher ends because of drift over temperature, supply voltage variations and production ...
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Vector Signal Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, and Digital ...
Tektronix, Inc. announces SignalVu™ vector signal analysis software for DPO7000 and DPO/DSA70000 digital oscilloscope series, enabling engineers to easily ...
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Increase Talk Time in CDMA Mobile Handsets - Wireless Design ...
ZeroIC family of power amplifiers provides significant improvement in talk time for the latest CDMA mobile handsets. These PAs are designed to work with the ...
 
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