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Noise Figure: What Is It And Why Does It Matter?
By Jamie Hooper, CRFS

Noise figure is a key parameter that quantifies receiver performance by measuring how low a power a signal receiver can detect. This white paper covers the basic principles of noise figure, how to make sense of its specifications, how it is measured, and why this parameter is important in high-performance applications.

What’s Better — TWTAs Or SSPAs?
By Mike Lee, dB Control

Depending on the specific application and end-customer requirements, different parameters may be critical to the amplifier design. The ultimate goal is to create an amplifier that is specification compliant, reliable, low cost, and easy to maintain.

5G In Perspective: A Pragmatic Guide To What’s Next
By Peter Gammel et al, Skyworks

While deep learning, AI, and “ambient awareness” share an LTE backbone, there are different requirements driving unique solutions. This paper examines the current state of LTE networks and ways it could evolve to deliver a gigabit-per-second user experience, especially within emerging 5G systems.

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