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Innovative solution creates SAW-less reconfigurable transceiver

2/27/2011 03:40 PM EST
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WKetel
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WKetel   3/2/2011 2:15:08 PM
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Unfortunately the other trend in wireless is more and more signals in the same "neighborhood", placing a greater demand on the receiver's ability to reject the unintended signals. From that point, I agree with Dykstra, in that it will be interesting to see how well it actually works.

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Dave.Dykstra   2/28/2011 4:01:43 AM
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This is very interesting and looks like it has a lot of potential. It will be interesting to see how well the implementation actually works.

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