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Transform RF design with measurements

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7/1/2011 00:59 AM EDT

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re: Transform RF design with measurements
t.alex   7/3/2011 12:40:42 AM
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HIL technique proves to be very useful when part of the system is modeled. This is a great approach for RF design as tuning and experimenting with parameters are necessary.

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JanineLove   7/1/2011 1:09:51 AM
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I met Dr. T at the recent IMS2011, and we discussed at some length the merger with AWR. I asked him to reflect on the possibilities for us in a commentary, and he graciously obliged. Thanks Dr. T.

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