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Sub-harmonically Pumped Mixer MMIC Performs Through 97 GHz

Endwave Corporation has announced the release of a new sub-harmonically pumped mixer (2 x LO) MMIC. Designed and manufactured in cooperation with WIN Semiconductor Corporation's 0.1 µm PHEMT process development, model EWM9002ZZ offers a broadband frequency performance of 67-97 GHz with LO to RF isolation of over 30 dB and a conversion loss of 12 dB.
13th May 2011

AVX's UQCF Series Microwave MLCs Exhibit Lower ESR and Higher Q Values than Previous Versions

AVX Corporation has developed new dielectric and internal electrode materials for its 0805 multilayer capacitor (MLC) chip.
11th May 2011

Analog Devices makes technical advances in RF technology and launches industry-first mixers with wideband performance for multi-band communications

ADI’s single- and dual-channel RF mixers are first in industry to incorporate wideband LO amplifier, programmable RF balun and IF filter, and IF amplifier to support wideband operation for wireless infrastructure and software-defined radio applications
11th May 2011

Freescale announces the industry’s first system-on-chip two-way radio enabling cost effective digital radios

Single chip integrates an ARM® processor, software defined modem and RF transceiver; supports the growing number of digital protocols
9th May 2011

NXP Announces the World’s Highest Performance RF Digital-to-Analog Converter

NXP Semiconductors N.V. has announced the DAC1627D – a 16-bit dual-channel LVDS DDR interface Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) which supports output update rates of up to 1.25 Gsps. In terms of dynamic performance specifications, this new high-speed DAC offers best-in-class single tone SFDR performance and two-tone intermodulation distortion over a broad output bandwidth of 200 MHz. The first public demonstration of the DAC1627D will be made in the NXP booth (no. 420) at IMS2011, the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium held June 7-9, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland.
9th May 2011

Speeds time to market for 3D RF and microwave applications

NTEGRATED Engineering Software, has released CHRONOS, its new time domain solver and high frequency tool for modeling and simulating 3D RF and microwave applications. The software has been introduced to address the challenge of the modeling and simulation of many RF applications and antennas in terms of speed, required memory, and accuracy.
9th May 2011

How to Specify RF and Microwave Filters

As one of the fundamental signal processing components in RF and microwave circuits, the filter plays a critical role in determining any system’s ultimate performance. Since the electromagnetic spectrum has become more and more densely populated, filter performance has taken on greater significance than ever because interference rejection is of paramount importance.
9th May 2011

Applied Materials Extends RF PVD Technology to Enable 22nm Transistor Contacts

Applied Materials, Inc. has announced it has expanded its portfolio of applications for the Applied Endura® Avenir™ RF PVD* system to include the deposition of nickel-platinum (NiPt) alloys, enabling the scaling of transistor contacts to the 22nm technology node and beyond.
6th May 2011

Industry's first ultra-low-power FRAM microcontroller from TI enables developers to make the world smarter

More data from new places is made possible by the MSP430FR57xx FRAM microcontroller series that allows developers to write up to 100x times faster and save as much as 250x power
6th May 2011

Lyrtech aims to revolutionize wireless sector with next-generation tunable RF platform

Lyrtech Inc. announces the launch of a new FPGA mezzanine card (FMC): the Radio420X. This new product is a major innovation and Lyrtech anticipates it to be very successful in the wireless telecommunications field in such applications as femto and pico base stations, micro access points, software-defined radio, TV white space and next-generation Wi-Fi applications, WiMAX, and LTE.
5th May 2011

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