Search Electronics:

Products & Services

See also: Categories | Featured Products | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1

Conduct Research Top

  • TA024: A Transmitter Chip Set for Wireless Telemetry Applications
    ). The chip-set is designed to operate over the military L and S Band frequencies as well as the lower commercial ISM band. Using these components, M/A-COM has produced IRIG compliant transmitter modules for ballistic telemetry applications. These modules have been successfully flight tested
  • ECCOSORB (R) MCS/SS6M used in US Army HSTAMIDS: Handheld Standoff Mine Detection System
    developing the ground penetration radar (GPR) to eliminate the RF interference being emitted by an L-band transmitter
  • Designing Loop Antennas for the rfPIC12F675
    for C1 and. leaving the parallel resistance as the antenna imped-. C2: ance. This value is many times larger than the output. impedance of the transmitter. Instead of connecting to. 1. the node between the L and C, we can tap into the. C1 =. inductor, or in this case, the capacitor. This reduces the. 4π
  • Technical Resource: Common Wireless Terms
    There are so many terms to know that even long-term veterans get confused. L-com will help keep you up to date in b>compiled in our glossary below. New terms are added as we get them so check back here occasionally. Common Wireless Terms | Antenna Gain,dB,FCC,Multipoint,RF,Hz | L-com. Cart is Empty
  • Extending 2.4 GHz ZigBee Short Range Radio Performance with Skyworks Front-End Modules
    power is derived from adding the transmit antenna gain (Gt). to the total transmit power (Pt). Similarly, receiver antenna gain (Gr) and receiver power. (Pr) can be derived from the following equation: P = P + G + G + L Equation 11. r. t. r. t. Where: Pr. = Receiver power in dBm. Pt. = Transmitter
  • Medical Device Link .
    , where c is the speed of light, f is frequency in Hertz, and l is the wavelength. This can be converted into a more usable relationship: 300 = f l. To illustrate, consider a readily available handheld transmitter operating at 150 MHz, which has a wavelength of 2 m. (UHF-band radios operate at about
  • The Ten Commandments of Wireless Communications (.pdf)
    questions about your application, our products,. or this white paper, contact Black Box Tech Support at 724-746-5500 or. go to and click on “Talk to Black Box.”. You’l be live with one of our technical experts in less than 20 seconds. Ful-Color. Black. 724-746-5500 | Page 2
  • Technology Advances Equal Innovative Earth Station Designs
    . 6763_MITEQTR.indd 1. 3/16/05 9:28:52 AM. As the commercial and military ing it able to support any IF frequency the downlink to the transmit side. satellite communications. whether it's 70, 140 or L-band. Other advances in Ku- and Ka-band. industries matured throughout. LNA design employ spot

More Information on: L Band Transmitter Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire