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  1. Wireless Antenna Design And Compliance
    8/3/2015

    It is a challenge to develop wireless devices that are slimmer and aesthetically appealing, and yet can cover the broad 4G frequency spectrum, and satisfy the CTIA Wireless Association over-the-air (OTA) and specific absorption rate (SAR) criteria. The FEKO complete approach provides the necessary tools to tackle the design of a wireless antenna during the design cycle, from the concept to the final design. This application note provides an overview on the solvers, platforms, and other simulation tools that FEKO has to offer in wireless antenna design and compliance.

  2. Waveguide Applications
    8/3/2015

    The wide use of waveguides in defense, aerospace, marine, and communications industries has driven the technology to continuously evolve. There is a driving need for more accurate and compact waveguide components at higher frequencies, while maintaining cost-effective solutions. FEKO software is an efficient and accurate solution for analyzing and designing waveguide components. This application note presents a handful of benchmark simulations of waveguide components performed with FEKO.

  3. Simulating Anechoic And Reverberation Chambers
    8/3/2015

    There is a rising concern in the electronics industry regarding increased pollution in the form of electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio frequency interference (RFI), and spurious signals caused by electronic devices and radiating cables.Since some effects of this pollution can be extremely dangerous, many countries require commercial and military products to meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards before they are placed on the market.In order to test devices against EMC/EMI standards and ensure their compliance, anechoic and reverberation chambers are employed. This application note discusses using computational electromagnetic (CEM) simulation tools are ideal designing custom anechoic chambers.

  4. Scattering And Radar Cross Section
    8/3/2015

    An object’s scattering properties are described as the special distribution of scattered energy when it is exposed to incident electromagnetic fields, and is measured by radar cross section (RCS). Depending on the object’s shape, size, and material characteristics, the incident fields can be reflected, absorbed by the object, or scattered into multiple directions. The FEKO software has the ability to differentiate incident from reflected electromagnetic field components, and is well suited for scattering and RCS computations.

  5. Crossing Enemy Lines – The Growing Demand For Submersible Technology
    7/31/2015

    This paper examines USSOCOM's emerging requirements for new and updated submersible equipment, with a focus on the factors that qualify such equipment for operation in combat environments. Specifically, it addresses the components most often considered the weakest link – namely, electrical cable connectors. Typically, significant changes in military equipment requirements such as this spawn innovation in the private sector. So the paper concludes by reviewing the types of equipment for which the 20-meter submersible capability may soon become standard.

  6. StingRay RF Over Fiber Presentation
    7/31/2015

    Gary Mason of ETL Systems discusses the benefits of StingRay RF over Fiber Technology in a webinar video using a Power Point presentation.

  7. Webinar: StingRay RF Over Fiber
    7/31/2015

    Gary Mason of ETL Systems discusses the benefits of StingRay RF over Fiber Technology in this webinar video. Fiber technology is needed for high quality transmissions over a long distance with minimum loss, cost, and size. In comparison to coaxial cables, optical fibers also flexible, cheaper and can range over several miles. The StingRay technology does not replace coaxial cables, but instead offers features for a wider range of applications.

  8. 0.5 – 18 GHz 10W GaN Switch: TGS2353-2-SM Datasheet
    7/31/2015

    The TGS2353-2-SM is a SPDT reflective GaN switch operating in the 0.5 – 18 GHz frequency range. This switch provides up to 10 W input power handling, and maintains a low insertion loss of 1.5 dB or less, and a typical -30 dB isolation.

  9. 0.5 – 12 GHz 20W GaN Switch: TGS2352-2-SM Datasheet
    7/31/2015

    The TGS2352-2-SM is a SPDT reflective GaN switch operating in the 0.5 – 12 GHz frequency range. This switch provides up to 20 W input power handling, and maintains a low insertion loss of 1.0 dB or less, and a typical -35 dB isolation.

  10. 0.5 – 6 GHz 100W GaN Switch: TGS2355-SM Datasheet
    7/31/2015

    The TGS2355-SM is a SPDT reflective GaN switch operating in the 0.5 – 6 GHz frequency range. This switch provides up to 100 W input power handling, and maintains a low insertion loss of 0.8 dB or less, and greater than 25 dB isolation.

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