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  1. Reduce Complexity in Next Gen Smartphones
    3/25/2015

    The SkyOne® family of scalable devices integrates high-performance RF and analog content between a smartphone or tablet’s transceiver and antenna. The SkyOne Ultra is comprised of a PA block, separate WCDMA blocks operating in low bands, and a logic control block. It’s ideal for multiband 3G handsets, multiband FDD LTE handsets, and WCDMA/LTE applications.

  2. Reduce Complexity in Next Gen Smartphones: SkyOne® Ultra Datasheet
    3/25/2015

    The SkyOne Ultra features a fully integrated LB/VLB multiband module, CDMA compatibility, configurable RF inputs, closed loop architecture with the implemented coupler output port, and much more. Download the datasheet to learn how it can reduce the system complexity of next generation smartphones.

  3. Overcoming Space Challenges And Reducing Costs With Small-Diameter Cable Technology
    3/25/2015

    Network service providers are deploying more fiber cables than ever to keep up with bandwidth demands. While that’s good news for those who want more bandwidth, it’s not so good for the technicians needing access to existing circuits or the ability to install new ones. In order to help central offices, headends, and other areas of a service network, and microcable patchcord was developed to slow the rate of cable pile-up and ease congestion in fiber-management systems.

  4. Dual-Channel RF Record and Playback System
    3/22/2015

    This high-fidelity, dual-channel RF record and playback system features the widest bandwidth of any portable system of its kind and up to 165MHz of record and playback bandwidth per channel, making it capable of taking on recording applications from HF to mmwave in mission-critical systems.

  5. Dual-Channel RF Record and Playback System: IQC5000B Datasheet
    3/22/2015

    The IQC5000B  is a high-fidelity, dual-channel RF record and playback system suited for electronic warfare, interference analysis, surveillance, and spectrum management applications. This datasheet includes information on its unique features (including the widest bandwidth of any portable record and playback system).

  6. The Third Wave Of CFD: Paradigm Shift Towards Simulation-Driven Designs
    3/19/2015

    This white paper covers the history of simulation flow through the first two waves of CFD (computational fluid dynamics) technology, from the beginnings of commercially available CFD software through its entering of R&D departments. Lastly, it outlines the paradigm shift occurring in CFD technology as it has now become an essential element of the product design process as simulation-driven design is more prominent now than ever.

  7. High-Power, Redundant SSPA System: Outdoor PowerMAX™
    3/18/2015

    This high-power solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) differentiates itself from other outdoor HPAs because it doesn’t require an equipment shelter – thus simplifying installation logistics and reducing overall deployment costs of the system. Because of its modular N+1 soft-fail, phase combined system, it automatically adjusts to maintain consistent output power without the need for mechanical switching, (even with the loss of an RF module) making it ideal for applications that require high levels of redundant power at the antenna.

  8. High-Power, Redundant SSPA System: Outdoor PowerMAX™ Datasheet
    3/18/2015

    The Outdoor PowerMAX™ is a high-power solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) ideal for outdoor applications that require high levels of redundancy power at the antenna. To find out how its unique design can simplify installation logistics and reduce the system’s overall deployment costs, download the datasheet.

  9. Connectorized Ceramic Diplexers and Multiplexers
    3/17/2015

    Ceramic diplexers and multiplexers offer performance benefits that fall between Cavity and Lumped element diplexer capabilities and characteristics. Most often, they’re used because of a system’s size constraints. Ceramic diplexers are offered as non-hermetic surface mount designs or in hermetic housings with connectors.

  10. Modeling Far- and Near-Fields for a Tower-Mounted Antenna Array
    3/17/2015

    A 900 MHz cellular antenna composed of 3 vertical arrays is modeled by Delcross Savant EM simulation software, as installed on a 40m high tower.

     

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