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  1. System-Level LO Phase Noise Model For Phased Arrays With Distributed Phase-Locked Loops
    1/20/2019

    By building upon known phase-locked loop modeling methods, and an assessment of correlated vs. uncorrelated contributors, an approach to track distributed PLL contributions across frequency offsets is presented.

  2. Microminature Connectors Design Brochure
    1/18/2019

    Molex offers a wide range of microminiature connectors for applications ranging from mobile devices to automotive, medical and more. These micro connectors feature innovative and secure mating reliability, ease-of-use and design flexibility. Backed by a global network of engineering and manufacturing capabilities, Molex offers local service and a global array of design services for all your microminiature connector needs.

  3. Distributed Antenna System (DAS) For IoT, Cellular And Other Wireless Applications
    1/18/2019

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has continued to grow at a rapid rate in recent years. With the connectivity of more and more devices, it’s more important than ever that these devices can connect, communicate and meet the needs that users covet. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) are used to provide strong and reliable wireless connectivity in location where connectivity is a problem with standard wireless routers or cellular connectivity. This application note discusses the use of DAS for IoT, cellular and other wireless applications, and the benefits it can offer.

  4. Frequency And Phase Settling Time Measurements On PLL Circuits
    1/17/2019

    Frequency hopping is one of the most common methods to avoid interference and to increase security. As data throughput is a key parameter for wireless transmission systems, the time for a frequency change or hop is essential. Frequency settling time is therefore a very important measurement for the synthesizer developers. This application note provides basic information about frequency and phase settling time measurements and how the measurement is implemented inside modern phase noise analyzers, complete with measurement examples and explanations.v

  5. Solid State Broadband High-Power RF Amplifier: Model 4136 Datasheet
    1/16/2019

    The 4136 is a 50 Watt broadband amplifier designed for applications operating in the 6.0-18 GHz frequency range. This amplifier utilizes Class A linear power devices that provide an excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range.

  6. Solid State Broadband High-Power RF Amplifier: Model 4136
    1/16/2019

    OPHIR RF’s model 4136 is a 50 Watt broadband amplifier designed for applications operating in the 6.0-18 GHz frequency range. This amplifier utilizes Class A linear power devices that provide an excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range.

  7. 0.5 – 8.0 GHz Low Noise MMIC Amplifier: CMA-83LN+ Datasheet
    1/16/2019

    The CMA-83LN+ low noise MMIC amplifier operating from 0.5 to 8.0 GHz for sensitive, high-dynamic range receiver applications. This amplifier offers flat gain and a P1dB of 20.3 dBm at 2 GHz with a noise figure of 1.3 dB. It operates on a single 5 V or 6 V supply and is well matched f to 50 ohms.

  8. 0.5 – 8.0 GHz Low Noise MMIC Amplifier: CMA-83LN+
    1/16/2019

    Mini Circuits offers the CMA-83LN+ low noise MMIC amplifier operating from 0.5 to 8.0 GHz for sensitive, high-dynamic range receiver applications. The amplifier offers flat gain and a P1dB of 20.3 dBm at 2 GHz with a noise figure of 1.3 dB. It operates on a single 5 V or 6 V supply and is well matched f to 50 ohms.

  9. GaN Doherty Hybrid Amplifier: RPAM35008-25 Datasheet
    1/16/2019

    The RPAM35008-25 is a fully integrated micro-strip Doherty GaN hybrid power amplifier module designed for applications in 5G massive MIMO systems, small cells, and low power remote radio heads. Operating over the 3400 – 3600 MHz frequency range, this 2-stage power amplifier module features 50 ohm matched input and output and can deliver up to 50 W of saturation power.

  10. GaN Doherty Hybrid Amplifier: RPAM35008-25
    1/16/2019

    RFHIC offers the RPAM35008-25 fully integrated micro-strip Doherty GaN hybrid power amplifier module for applications in 5G massive MIMO systems, small cells, and low power remote radio heads. Operating over the 3400 – 3600 MHz frequency range, this 2-stage power amplifier module features 50 ohm matched input and output and can deliver up to 50 W of saturation power.