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  • Solid-state RF switches
    The simplest solid-state RF switch employs a PIN diode as a switching element. PIN diodes are named for a region of undoped intrinsic semiconductor lying between their p and n-type material. This area eliminates capacitance effects between the n and p-type areas that can otherwise lower device
  • RF Circuit Design, Second Edition
    RF Circuit Design, Second Edition. Explaining how to design and integrate an RF component in a very practical fashion, this comprehensive guide has been updated to include today's integrated circuit (IC) and system-level design issues as well as keeping its classic "wire lead" material.
  • Application and Theory of Dielectric Materials in RF/Microwave Systems
    This white paper explores the microscopic basis of dielectrics at the atomic level and the macroscopic basis of dielectrics using Maxwell's equations. It includes theory and equations governing RF and microwave interactions with dielectrics. Also included are a survey of dielectric applications
  • RF Power: GaN Moves In for the Kill
    Is gallium nitride (GaN) the wide bandgap material that will turn RF power generation on its head and relegate gallium arsenide (GaAs) and LDMOS (Laterally Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor) to the annals of history? Well you'd certainly think so, based on articles in the trade press, symposium
  • What s Your RF IQ?
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma Ultra low frequency, low frequency and ultra high frequency (UHF). Real Time Locating System (RTLS), active and passive. Active, battery assisted active and passive. Tagging materials that are RF absorbent Tagging materials that are made of metal. Farther
  • Secrets of RF Circuit Design, Third Edition
    Secrets of RF Circuit Design, Third Edition. Containing step-by-step, illustrated directions for dozens of usable projects, this insider's guide demonstrates RF theory as it shows you how to overcome the technical and materials challenges facing those who build real-world electronics.
  • Modeling RF Propagation in Mines Using Wireless InSite
    This paper presents results from modeling RF propagation in a mine using Wireless InSite (R). The Edgar Mine in Idaho Springs, CO provided the realistic scenario for the model. The path loss exponent was evaluated for a 5m section of the modeled mine by considering three different materials
  • Comparison of RF Terminations with BeO and ALN Substrates
    Terminations designed to dissipate significant amounts of power at RF frequencies have traditionally been fabricated on beryllium oxide (BeO) substrates. The high thermal conductivity and moderate dielectric constant make BeO an ideal choice for this application. Increased regulation regarding

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