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posted in May 2007
Tutorial on 802.11n PHY layer : Part 3
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5/29/2007   1 comment
Part 3: The structures of a MIMO-OFDM transmitter and receiver are analyzed and a data rate table is constructed.
Tutorial: Polar modulation and its variants
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5/24/2007   Post a comment
The announcement this week by Sequoia Communications of a single-chip HEDGE transceiver based on polar modulation calls out for an explanation of what polar modulation is all about and how it varies. Find out more in this special feature compilation.
Tutorial on 802.11n PHY layer: Part 2
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5/21/2007   Post a comment
With 802.11n, wireless achieved data rates equal to wireline. This article discusses the major aspects of the 802.11n PHY layer.
RF Fundamentals: What actually creates the 90 degree coupler phase shift? Part 3
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5/11/2007   Post a comment
M/A COM's Ray Kaarsberg takes the time to provide in depth details of how couplers work in this three-part technical piece. Part 3 covers the derivation of parameters, including S parameters, and conclusions derived from this analysis.
RF Fundamentals: What actually creates the 90 degree coupler phase shift? Part 2
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5/10/2007   2 comments
M/A COM's Ray Kaarsberg takes the time to provide in depth details of how couplers work in this three-part technical piece. Part 2 covers coupling factor, signal propagation delay, maximum coupling, and vector analysis.
RF Fundamentals: What actually creates the 90 degree coupler phase shift? Part 1
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5/9/2007   Post a comment
M/A COM's Ray Kaarsberg takes the time to provide in depth details of how couplers work in this three-part technical piece. Part 1 covers transmission line theory.
High precision op-amps target auto, industrial apps
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5/2/2007   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics has introduced a high-precision op-amp dubbed the TS507 that features an ultra-low input offset voltage guaranteed over a wide common-mode voltage range, making it suitable for automotive and industrial applications.


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