A radar transmitter is generally required to amplify a low noise coherent RF waveform. This paper covers an approach to the design of high voltage power supply units for operating traveling wave tube amplifiers in pulse doppler radar transmitter sub‐systems where ultra-low noise RF output is mandatory.
Low-power UAV radio systems, though designed for short distance communications, can be an inexpensive and reliable means of communications over greater distances — especially when the application is small UAS platforms.
As the need for high speed optical modulators and detectors increase, it is important to understand the frequency response characterization of electrical-to-optical (E/O) and optical-to-electrical (O/E) converters in terms of parameters such as bandwidth, flatness, phase linearity, and group delay.
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