10.15.13 -- Student Designs Novel Wideband Ring VCO
Reducing Size And Power In Phased-Array Radar Systems By Charles Trantanella, Ph.D., Custom MMIC
Phased-array radar systems are important instruments in national electronic defense strategies. From the large, ship-based systems that scan for distantly launched missiles, to the more compact arrays installed on fighter aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), electronic phased-array radars come in many sizes and forms, providing reliable signal detection and identification. The combination of technology, system, and circuit analysis is driving the development of new MMIC technologies to address the SWaP-C concerns of phased-array systems.
Focusing on electromagnetic (EM) simulation tools and measurement techniques, this webinar explores the relationship between the two and outlines possible causes of discrepancies. Join CST live on Thursday, October 17 (8:00 a.m. PT, 11:00 a.m. ET, 5:00 p.m. CET).
Covering UHF to L-Band frequencies, NuWaves' µHILNA boasts the smallest form factor of the HILNA family of low-noise amplifiers designed to achieve high gain while maintaining low noise and a high third order intercept point.
The R&S CMW270 is a cost-effective alternative for the development and production of equipment outside the conventional cellular networks. It's ideal for the non-cellular expert covering WLAN, mobile WiMAX, Bluetooth, FM stereo, GPS, and broadcast technologies.
This datasheet provides visual guidelines on how the WIPAS (Wireless IP Access System) can be used for 3G/LTE mobile operators, for last-mile solutions, in disaster recovery, and in video surveillance extensions. Specifications for the WIPAS are also included.