Switched filter banks are beneficial to radio frequency (RF) communication systems and are utilized in both receivers and transmitters to reduce signal interference from harmonics, spurious emissions, strong signal interferers, and to limit noise power for optimized system performance.
Since Wi-Fi was first released, its standards have continually evolved — typically resulting in faster speeds and network/spectrum efficiency. This paper discusses the basics of Wi-Fi standards and the evolution of Wi-Fi technologies.
This paper shows how TE Connectivity addresses EMC during component development using the example of an interconnection system for automotive Ethernet and focusing primarily on point-to-point connections for sensor data fusion and data transmission via the Ethernet network.
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