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New Technology Offers To Broaden Vision For Radio Astronomy
New Technology Offers To Broaden Vision For Radio Astronomy

To accelerate the pace of discovery and exploration of the cosmos, a multi-institution team of astronomers and engineers has developed a new and improved version of an unconventional radio-astronomy imaging system known as a Phased Array Feed (PAF). This remarkable instrument can survey vast swaths of the sky and generate multiple views of astronomical objects with unparalleled efficiency.

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    The evolution of radar has grown steadily over the decades to its present level that employs sophisticated computerized techniques which has stimulated the development of increasingly complex components. This white paper provides a basic introduction to radar technologies and to the application of radar equipment.

Industrial IoT: How Smart Alerts And Sensors Add Value To Electric Motors

This article explores how industrial IoT can produce real value for electric motors and factories.

Understanding Power Divider/Combiner Types And Functionality

Both resistive type and reactive type power divider/combiners can be used to fan-in or fan-out RF signals. However, both types distribute RF signals in a different fashion. This white paper offers guidelines and considerations for determining a divider/combiner for each application.

10 Hints For Making Successful Noise Figure Measurements

Noise figure often characterizes a receiver and how well it can detect weak signal sin the presence of self-generated noise. The process of reducing noise figure begins with a solid understanding of the uncertainties in your components, subsystems, and test setups. Keysight Technologies offers ten tips for minimizing the uncertainties in noise figure measurements.

Design Of A Cost-Effective, Hybrid Input-Matched GaN Transistor For S-Band Radar Applications

This article describes design of a GaN transistor with internal GaAs input matching. The input matching network is designed for the 2.7 – 3.5 GHz frequency range, making the transistor suitable for S-band radar applications.

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    AR’s “U” Series Amplifiers are designed with the broadest frequency ranges from 10 kHz to 1000 MHz, and offer a wide power spectrum from 1 – 25 Watts. Created with smaller, more affordable sizes without compromising on performance or durability, these amplifiers are ideal for multiple applications across diverse industries.

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    High peak-to-average power ratios (PAPRs) are not beneficial as they challenge the non-linear power amplifier operation close to compression in order to reach maximum efficiency. Possible solutions for include crest factor reductions (CFR), such as clipping high signal peaks. This video demonstrates a simple technique to clip any waveform, including the Verizon Wireless 5GTF signal, with the use of software tools for signal generation and analysis.

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