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  1. Optimizing Performance And Cost For Millimeter-Wave Signal Analysis
    2/20/2019

    Millimeter-wave systems considered for next generation commercial wireless require test instrumentation that keeps pace with the performance requirements of these systems. The purchase of signal analyzers with basic performance requires careful review of the analyzer’s performance specifications and a fundamental understanding of the challenges when making millimeter-wave measurements. This application note discusses recent advances in millimeter-wave signal analysis and instrumentation that are optimized for high performance and costs that are more in line with traditional microwave solutions.

  2. Using IEC 60601-1 For Maximum Patient And Operator Protection
    2/20/2019

    The IEC 60601-1 states maximum requirements concerning the protection from electric shock for medical applications in which patients and operators can get into direct contact with electrical equipment and systems. This white paper shows how supplier know-how can contribute towards the development of IEC 60601-1-compliant electrical equipment and systems based on the example of the ODU plastic circular connector series ODU MEDI-SNAP®.

  3. Miniaturized 2.2 – 5 RF Connector System And Cable Assemblies Datasheet
    2/20/2019

    Molex offers a new 2.2 – 5 RF Connector System and Cable Assemblies to deliver high frequency and low passive intermodulation (PIM) in a form factor that is 53% smaller than 4.3 – 10 connectors, making them ideal for compact mobile radio applications.

  4. Miniaturized 2.2 – 5 RF Connector System And Cable Assemblies
    2/20/2019

    Molex offers a new 2.2 – 5 RF Connector System and Cable Assemblies to deliver high frequency and low passive intermodulation (PIM) in a form factor that is 53% smaller than 4.3 – 10 connectors, making them ideal for compact mobile radio applications.

  5. Hermetically Sealed Broadband Low-Noise Amplifier For High-Reliability Space And Military Applications: SKYH22001 Datasheet
    2/20/2019

    The SKYH22001 is an ultra-broadband hermetically sealed low-noise amplifier with superior gain flatness and exceptional linearity. Ideal applications include L and S band communications, radar and weather satellites, test and measurement, extreme industrial and medical equipment, as well as aerospace and defense applications.

  6. Hermetically Sealed Broadband Low-Noise Amplifier For High-Reliability Space And Military Applications: SKYH22001
    2/20/2019

    Skyworks offers the SKYH22001 ultra-broadband hermetically sealed low-noise amplifier with superior gain flatness and exceptional linearity. Ideal applications include L and S band communications, radar and weather satellites, test and measurement, extreme industrial and medical equipment, as well as aerospace and defense applications.

  7. Low Profile X And Ku Band Cavity Filters Datasheet
    2/19/2019

    MtronPTI incorporates RF CAD design and synthesis into their X and Ku band low profile cavity filters. These low-profile, laser-sealed filters are designed to not only reduce the overall mechanical footprint, but also offer improved electrical performance in space, SATCOM, EW and avionics applications.

  8. Low Profile X And Ku Band Cavity Filters
    2/19/2019

    MtronPTI incorporates RF CAD design and synthesis into their X and Ku band low profile cavity filters. These low-profile, laser-sealed filters are designed to not only reduce the overall mechanical footprint, but also offer improved electrical performance in space, SATCOM, EW and avionics applications.

  9. When To Turn To DMM Alternatives: Low Level Measurements Handbook
    2/15/2019

    DC voltage, DC current, and resistance are measured most often with digital multimeters (DMMs). However, there are occasions when DC measurements are best made with an alternative instrument. This handbook offers guide to low level measurement and discusses how to make measurements of voltage, current, resistance, charge.

  10. PENTEK Software-Defined Radio Handbook
    2/15/2019

    SDR (Software-Defined Radio) technologies have reformed electronic systems for a variety of applications including communications, data acquisition, and signal processing. This handbook shows how DDCs (Digital Downconverters) and DUCs (Digital Upconverters), the fundamental building blocks of SDR, can replace legacy analog receiver and transmitter designs while offering significant benefits in performance, density and cost. This handbook discusses conventional analog receiver and transmitter systems, the inner workings of SDR technologies, and available SDR products and their applications.