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  • RF/Microwave Solid State Switches
    Solid state switches are ubiquitous. in modern RF/microwave systems. They are utilized to control signal. flows, select signal sources and for many. other applications. These switches are. implemented either with positive-intrinsicnegative. (PIN) diodes or with field effect. transistors (FETs
  • Discrete RF Semiconductors: Alive and Well
    me on an inescapable one-way trip to the. unemployment office, so I sought career advice from some more experienced. colleagues. The very small majority of those whom I consulted advised me to make the. shift into RF discrete diode applications engineering, the most prescient of whom told. me
  • Solid State RF/Microwave Switch Technology: Part 2
    In part 1 we discussed an. overview of RF/microwave. switch topologies, PIN. diode theory of operation, and. some simple PIN diode switch. implementations. In part 2 we. will discuss more complex PIN. diode switches, the theory of. operation of RF/microwave field. effect transistors (FETs
  • Detector Risetime vs. RF Performance (.pdf)
    Video Impedance is partially controlled by the type detector diode used to manufacture the detector. For example, the Planar Doped Detector Video Impedance is typically between 0.8 to 3.0 K ohms. The Zero Biased Schottky Detector is typically between 2.0 to 3.0 K ohms.
  • Design With PIN Diodes
    The PIN diode finds wide usage in RF, UHF and microwave circuits. It is fundamentally a device whose impedance, at these frequencies, is controlled by its DC excitation. A unique feature of the PIN diode is its ability to control large amounts of RF power with much lower levels of DC.
  • AG312: Design with PIN Diodes
    The PIN diode finds wide usage in RF, UHF and microwave circuits. It is fundamentally a device whose impedance, at these frequencies, is controlled by DC excitation. A unique feature of the PIN diode is its ability to control large amounts of RF power with much lower levels of DC. The PIN diode
  • Schottky Diodes
    Schottky diodes have been. used for several decades. as the key elements in frequency. mixer and RF power. detector circuits. In 1938 Walter. Schottky, the son of German. mathematician Friedrich. Schottky, explained the manner. in which a junction comprised. of specific combinations of metals
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    they intend to brandish baseband devices that sport integrated nonvolatile memory and analog RF functions, a move that could reshape the competitive landscape for wireless. New indicator predicts chip sales 6-to-8 months before inflection point Foundry Fact column, April 2002 Japan's Rohm invests $1

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