12.06.11 -- Basics Of Wideband GaN Power Amplifiers For Software-Defined Radios
Unleash The Power Of Wi-Fi With RFMD's CPE FEMs
RFMD's RF5605 and RFFM420X are 6 x 6-mm high-power FEMs that are specified to address IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi 2.4- to 2.5-GHz customer premises equipment applications. Each has an integrated three-stage linear power amplifier, TX harmonic filtering, SPDT switch, and a fully matched input and output for a 50O system. With mirrored pinout options, these modules align with any chip set or configuration used for Wi-Fi designs. Learn more.
Basics Of Wideband GaN Power Amplifiers For Software-Defined Radios By RF Micro Devices, Inc.
Software-Defined Radio (SDR) architectures are playing an increasingly important role in emerging radio configurations with requirements for supporting multi-band and multi-standard
operation. They will be reconfigurable by software which allows improved spectral efficiency and faster deployment
of new standards.
X-COM's Spectro-X signal analysis software graphically displays and analyzes recorded RF signals. Spectro-X displays vibrantly detailed video spectrograms to give users a clear picture of what is happening when it happens.
In release 13, Sonnet's entry-level EM software suites have been revamped to double the allowed memory from previous releases and offer more features than ever before, while continuing to provide the most accurate EM software in the world.