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Hittite releases programmable direct conversion receiver

11/14/2011 11:17 PM EST
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DickH
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DickH   11/23/2011 9:01:55 PM
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IP2, yes, but more important, what's the IP3 like? cross-mod .. inband

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WKetel   11/18/2011 2:45:58 AM
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An un-anticipated result of this product release could be that a whole lot of people may want one of these to use as an all-band receiver. Of course that will be dependent on how easy it is to actually use, and what sort of supporting hardware it needs. Cost will have an impact as well, I suppose.

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JanineLove   11/17/2011 9:30:16 PM
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Just posted the link to the product web page.

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JanineLove   11/15/2011 11:11:11 PM
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I have a question in to the company on that. Will post when I find it.

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masher   11/15/2011 9:55:52 PM
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It's so new that there isn't a data sheet available yet.

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