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  1. 400 MHz To 6 GHz Wilkinson Power Divider Models With N Female Covering: Model 50PD-838 Datasheet
    10/3/2018

    Model 50PD-838 N is a 50 Ohm reactive 8-Way power divider/combiner that operates 400-6000 MHz and is only available with N female coaxial RF connectors. This wideband Wilkinson type power divider/combiner is ideal for wireless testing labs utilizing N female connectorized RF test setups.

  2. 400 MHz To 6 GHz Wilkinson Power Divider Models With N Female Covering: Model 50PD-837 Datasheet
    10/3/2018

    Model 50PD-837 N is a 50 Ohm reactive 4-Way power divider/combiner that operates 400-6000 MHz and is only available with N female coaxial RF connectors. This wideband Wilkinson type power divider/combiner is ideal for wireless testing labs utilizing N female connectorized RF test setups.

  3. 400 MHz To 6 GHz Wilkinson Power Divider Models With N Female Covering: Model 50PD-836 Datasheet
    10/3/2018

    Model 50PD-836 N is a 50 Ohm reactive 2-Way power divider/combiner that operates 400-6000 MHz and is only available with N female coaxial RF connectors. This wideband Wilkinson type power divider/combiner is ideal for wireless testing labs utilizing N female connectorized RF test setups.

  4. 400 MHz To 6 GHz Wilkinson Power Divider Models With N Female Covering
    10/3/2018

    JFW offers a new family of wideband Wilkinson type power dividers/combiners that are ideal for wireless testing labs utilizing N female connectorized RF test setups. The family comprises three separate models.

  5. ESD Design Strategy For Mobile Devices: Using System-Efficient ESD Design (SEED) Methodology
    10/2/2018

    The electrostatic discharge (ESD) phenomenon is a natural occurrence that can destroy sensitive electrical circuits, even in small amounts. Part 1 of this paper explains why system-level ESD protection matters, providing insight on test models and strategies to improve system-level ESD protection in mobile devices.

  6. Designing For EMI Testing: Improving Time To Market With Oscilloscopes
    10/2/2018

    Nearly 50 percent of products fail EMC compliance the first time. To address this, EMI testing should be performed during the product design cycle. This guide covers three important steps in using R&S RTO/RTE digital oscilloscopes to perform EMI testing in the product design cycle.

  7. The No-Compromise Solution: Signal Generation At Its Best
    10/2/2018

    R&D engineers must often push the limits of what is technically feasible to build a product with the best possible characteristics. When working with large test setups with high cable losses, the signal source needs high output power to avoid using performance degrading external amplifiers. Unfortunately, most commercially available signal generators have entailed some sort of compromise and could not simultaneously satisfy all the desired criteria. This white paper introduces Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S®SMA100A and R&S®SMF100A RF and microwave signal generators, and illustrates typical applications where the instrument’s strengths come into play.

  8. CMW Cards: Enabling Mobility And Roaming Testing For Connected Cars
    10/2/2018

    A key part to achieving the ambitious dream of autonomous driving is having connectivity to a backend network. A moving car will experience varying RF conditions which in return will affect the data connectivity. Testing real life scenarios in a lab environment is not only imperative for the safety of the passengers, but is necessary to ensure flawless autonomous driving. This paper covers how you can use R&S®CMW cards to emulate vehicle-to-network scenarios and test data connectivity in a lab environment.

  9. Application Note: Design And Analysis Of A Proximity Fuse Antenna For An Air Defence Missile
    10/2/2018

    Air defense missiles typically require a proximity fuse, priming the missile warhead to detonate when the missile is close enough to the target. One of the ways that such a proximity fuse can be implemented is with a small radar that is used in short-range low power mode. The antenna for such a radar requires relatively good gain in the main lobe and side lobe levels (SLL) that are well below the main lobe level. This antenna is mounted conformal to the airframe of the missile and has a main lobe squint angle directed towards the nose of the missile. This article demonstrates how a design for an applicable antenna may be created and simulated in its operating environment with two popular software applications. By EM Software & Systems

  10. Integrated Circuits (ICs) And Component EMC Testing
    9/28/2018

    High performance electronic devices demand the use of multi-chip package (MCP), system-on-a-chip (SoC) technologies, and more complex circuits. Due to the increase in emerging technologies, it has become impossible to ignore the large amounts of parasitic emissions generated by such complex integrated circuits (IC’s). Those who produce IC products for demanding electromagnetic environments must also take precautionary measures to test and pass all regulatory EMI and safety requirements to achieve early time to market and profitability. This white paper explores these standards and safety requirements and offers guidance for ensuring that IC products meet them.