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  • Factors Influencing RF Module Communication
    An RF module is a small electronic device designed for transmission and reception of radio signals between two devices. As the name suggests, these modules operate at radio frequency and transmit signals in the form of electromagnetic energy waves. Transmission through RF Wireless Modules is better
  • Wireless Communication Circuits and Systems
    Wireless Communication Circuits and Systems. This new book examines integrated circuits, systems and transceivers for wireless and mobile communications. It covers recent developments in key RF, IF, analogue, mixed-signal components and single-chip transceivers in CMOS technology systematically.
  • Application: RF Receivers - Reed Relay
    With the continuous worldwide threat of terrorism,. most countries need to be monitoring all electronic communication on a 24/7 basis. Most of this is done with electronic receivers scanning all the RF ranges where potential communication may take place. RF switches are needed to switch from
  • Design of High-Speed Communication Circuits
    Design of High-Speed Communication Circuits. Summarizing some of the most critical aspects of high-speed analog/RF communications circuits, this book presents some of the newer problems and opportunities offered by the small device geometries and the high levels of integration that is now possible.
  • 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
  • High Spur Free Dynamic Range RF Photonic Links allow MIL SATCOM and RF Distribution Networks to Leverage Optical Communication Infrastructure (.pdf)
    Radio Frequency (RF) Photonic links have been the focus of researchers since the early 1980's, and the advances in performance capabilities have been continually expanded by innovative industry development of academically proven principles and techniques. The initial introduction of RF Photonic
  • The Radioman's Manual of RF Devices, Principles and Practices
    The Radioman's Manual of RF Devices, Principles and Practices. Dealing with the RF aspects of radio communication, this is an indispensable book for anyone involved in land mobile radio, ham radio, marine radio or aviation radio.
  • Application Guide for Mobile Communication
    A reference book to help mobile phone design experts to find the right parts easily for building high-performance RF Front Ends.
  • RF Application Trends in the Next Decade
    In the last two decades, the wireless industry has undergone tremendous change. Today more people use a mobile phone as their primary communication vehicle than a traditional landline. At last count, there are now over three billion wireless subscribers worldwide compared to just 10 million in 1990
  • How Carrier Networks Will Enable 5G
    explains some of the key RF communication technologies that will enable 5G base stations and networks.
  • Optimized FM Tuner Solution
    During the past decade, there have been considerable advances in radio frequency (RF) communication circuit design. These advances stem from new RF architectures that were once considered impossible because of low integration, high power consumption and poor process technology. In addition
  • Designing And Evaluating An NFC-enabled Bio-patch For Medical, Health and Fitness Applications
    of the sensor data via on-board ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) and provides the RF communication link through NFC to a gateway, such as an NFC-enabled smartphone or tablet. The bio-patch can operate with or without a battery power source. Without a battery, the bio-patch is functional when
  • Tactical RF Photonic Communications: Increased Separation Distances Between Personnel and Deployed Antenna Assets (.pdf)
    Legacy communication systems present a series of disadvantages to the field deployed operator: Co-Location of Troops, Vehicle and Equipment Assets; Coaxial Copper Cable Distance Limitations; Infrastructure Costs for Repeaters; Size, Weight and Power Burden; Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency
  • Radio Frequency Emissions Effect on Sensors (.pdf)
    White noise on the plant floor can cause electrical interference that often affects the function of proximity sensors. This radio frequency (RF) "noise" is caused by the use of variable frequency drives, stepper motors and high powered communication devices, such as AM/FM radios, two-way radios
  • Wireless Infrastructure Tutorial and Primer
    Wireless communication involves the transport of voice, video and data using Radio Frequency (RF) or Microwaves. Radio Frequency is defined as a rate of oscillation or frequency within a range of approximately 3kHz to 300 GHz. Typical Radio Frequency applications include...
  • Coaxial Lightning Protection for High Power Applications (.pdf)
    High RF power and lengthy antennas are critical ingredients for long range radio communication links. Exposure to lightning activity will impact these systems, depending upon site location and operational duration. This article will address some of the key parameters in designing and planning