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  • The Most Common Power Meter Mistake (.pdf)
    At least 50% of all power meter users make this mistake. It has happened to you. You measured an RF power level and later someone said, "...but I measured the power and got a different number." Who was right? Measuring RF power appears easy. Modern wattmeters and power meters are simple to use
  • Selecting Antenna/Power Amplifier Combinations for the Coming New RF Immunity Standards
    candidate for the upper frequency for consumer products. When test facilities test products for compliance to these new RF immunity standards, which antenna/amplifier combination will prove the most effective at producing the necessary volts per meter over the new band? What is the cost-benefit
  • Microwave or RF Amplifier Test Setup (.pdf)
    The sweeper generates a microwave frequency of 1.0 to 26.5 GHz with a leveled power output of up to +10 dBm. The power goes through the coupler to the Amplifier Under Test. 20 dB of the power is coupled to a Krytar Power Meter.
  • Circuit Ideas: Setting Up a Low-Power Transceiver
    in receive mode. Current consumption in transmit mode depends on output power but is less than 30 mA at 10 dBm. Typical applications include home automation, wireless security systems, meter reading, and toys. The CC1000 is generally intended for use over short ranges. It operates at 315, 433, 868
  • How to Design Power Efficient Smart Gas and Water Utility Meters
    Designing a smart water or gas utility meter can present a vexing low-power challenge for embedded control systems requiring RF connectivity. Since a single service call from a technician often exceeds the entire cost of the smart meter, battery life must exceed 20 years. Learn more about how
  • Maximizing Eb/No (C/N) Accuracy (Application Note 701)
    The CNG series of generators have the ability to make highly accurate Eb/N0 or C/N ratios when used correctly. The basic operation of the CNG is depicted by the RF test block diagram in Figure 1, which is on the front panel of the instrument, dynamically displayed with the internal power meter

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