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High-Speed Powerline Transceiver Ensures Reliable Broadband Powerline Communications in Industrial Environments

High-Speed Powerline Transceiver Ensures Reliable Broadband Powerline Communications in Industrial Environments
The MAX2982 is highly integrated and offers significant design flexibility. An enhanced “Robust” mode provides a receiver that operates at -1dB signal-to-noise (SNR) to ensure reliable communications in the presence of noise. The device operates from -40 degrees Celsius to +105 degrees Celsius and is qualified under AEC-Q100-Rev-G for harsh applications. The MAX2982 is an easy-to-use, industrial, broadband powerline communications solution for automation and control, remote monitoring, energy management, wireless base-station control and monitoring, and local area networking (LANs).
1st November 2011

MoCA – a better access technology than DSL

Today, DSL is the preferred access technology among broadband operators, using twisted-pair copper wiring originally only intended for telephony. The proven MoCA technology, using the existing and technically superior, in-house coaxial network is an exciting alternative to DSL. InCoax Networks has leveraged the MoCA home networking technology for use in multi-apartment buildings and building areas, providing 100 Mbps to each home today and Gbps tomorrow.
31st October 2011

RF1602 Broadband SPDT Switch

The RF1602 is a single-pole dual-throw (SPDT) switch designed for switching applications requiring very low insertion loss, high isolation, and high power handling capability coupled with minimal DC power consumption. The performance of RF1602 has been optimized for cellular applications demanding stringent linearity requirements.
24th October 2011

Broadband PXI Local Oscillator Modules with Low Phase Noise and Fast Switching Speed

This paper presents two local oscillator modules developed for PXI instrumentation. The modules are based on a novel, patented PLL design that combines fast switching speed, low phase noise, and low spurious characteristics. The modules cover 3-10 and 2-20 GHz frequency ranges respectively. The step size is 0.1 Hz for both modules. The measured phase noise at 10 kHz offset is about –121 dBc/Hz at 10 GHz and -115 dBc/Hz at 20 GHz respectively. The switching time is less than 500 microseconds to be within ±50 kHz from the final frequency for any frequency step within the entire operating range. Spurs do not exceed the –70 dBc level. Both developed modules occupy two standard 3-U PXI slots and can be used in a variety of synthetic instruments based on the PXI platform.
19th October 2011

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