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    Chip Antennas - (56 companies)
    Chip antennas are semiconductor ICs used to collect or radiate electromagnetic waves. How to Select Chip Antennas. Images credits: Wurth Electronics; Electro-schematics; Libelium. Chip antennas are a particular type of antenna valued for their small... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Antennas - (1101 companies)
    ...vehicle, or plane. Image credit: Nova Stanford. Internal (Chip). Internal antennas fit within the enclosure or case of the radio transmitter, receiver, transceiver or waveguide. For example, a microstrip antenna may be in the formed onto... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Amplifiers - (558 companies)
    ...and electrical specifications to consider when selecting RF amplifiers. Package Type. Surface mount technology (SMT). Flat pack. Through hole technology (THT). Connectorized. Waveguide assemblies. Connector Type. BNC. MCX. Mini UHF. MMCX. SMA. SMB. SMP. TNC. Type... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radios - (402 companies)
    ...or UHF 477 MHz. VHF radios are used mainly in marine applications and by emergency personnel. VHF/UHF two-way radios are also available. Radio accessories include two-way antennas, UHF connectors, battery chargers, and external GPS receivers. Two-way... Learn More
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    RFID Chips - (33 companies)
    ...or semi-passive) in which the chips are used. Passive devices are RFID tags without batteries. They draw power from the magnetic field that is created when radio waves reach the chip's antenna. Using this generated power, passive RFID devices transmit information... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radio Transmitter ICs - (19 companies)
    ...but are functionally similar to traditional radio transmitters. With radio transmitter ICs, the generated signals are sent to the media through a tiny antenna. Typically, this antenna is internal to the device, and is known as a chip antenna or embedded... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Transmitters - (258 companies)
    ...and antennas broadcast them as radio signals. There are several ways to encode or modulate this information, including amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM). Radio techniques limit localized interference and noise. With direct sequence... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RFID Tags - (140 companies) stored in the memory of the tag chip. Write-once tags can be assigned an identity by a system user only once, but it can be read many times. Active vs. Passive Tags. RFID tags contain, at minimum, two components: an antenna to collect and radiate... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RFID Readers - (133 companies)
    ...and antenna, and have a larger range because of an integrated battery. In the instance of semi-active (the circuit is charged, but not the antenna) or passive (there is no battery and no charge) RFID tags, the tags wait for the initial RF from... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Antenna Mounts - (25 companies)
    Antenna mounts are used to hold and support antennas of all sizes and shapes. The antenna collects the electromagnetic signal and sends it to the receiver. There are many types of antennas and mounts including for radio, television, global... Learn More

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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...

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