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  • Integrated Low Noise Multi-Chip Amplifier Modules
    To amplify weak signals received by the antenna in communication systems, low noise amplifiers (LNAs) are deployed. LNAs are used in various applications, for example in, GPS receivers, wireless data systems, satellite communication, cellular handsets, radio systems, etc. The low noise
  • Anaren AIR Module Users Manual: A2500R24x (.pdf)
    This is a users manual to assist engineers in the use of Anaren's A2500R24A and A2500R24C surface mount "AIR" modules, which incorporate TI CC2500 low-power RF chip technology and include an integrated crystal, internal voltage regulator, matching circuitry and filtering. The A2500R24A has
  • Peter Cochrane
    have seen chip technologies that will reduce power consumption tenfold and new design techniques that will give a further reduction by a factor of six or more. I have also looked at new antenna
  • Circuit Ideas: Setting Up a Low-Power Transceiver
    There are a variety of transceiver chips available that feature low-power consumption. This makes them candidates for use where power comes from batteries. One chip in this category is the TI CC1000 which works in the UHF range. It is often powered from a 3-V coin cell and uses less than 10 mA
  • Passive RFID Basics
    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems use radio frequency to identify, locate and track people, assets, and animals. Passive RFID systems are composed of three components an interrogator (reader), a passive tag, and a host computer. The tag is composed of an antenna coil and a silicon chip
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Sampling shift spurs digital receiver gains A new sampling technique may lead to simpler single-chip radio receivers that can be produced without special filters. The circuit technique, described at the International Conference of Signal Processing Applications and Technology here, allows sampling
  • If these walls could talk...
    is a blend of sensor fusion, signal processing, wireless technology, and basic building materials that will report building conditions to a remote operator. The prototype has a thermistor, two-axis accelerometer, multiplexer, transmitter, antenna, and a battery hidden inside a brick. It can monitor
  • Using Serial RapidIO (R) to Optimize Baseband Interconnect in DSP-based 3G Base Stations
    a significant portion of infrastructure cost. Open standards within the Node B allow costs to be reduced by enabling a more competitive environment and allowing multi-vendor solutions. The baseband card in a UMTS wireless base station (Figure 1) receives the digitized antenna data from the RF module

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