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re: Controlling noise – the great engineering challenge for wireless devices
Bhola_#1   9/28/2012 6:38:29 AM
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I guess that is why we are seeing more addition of NS emission requirements in 3GPPs. and adding more and more bands on a single SKU is complicating things further and needs to be address propely. Also, sometime I see people using power and RF traces on same inner layer that are not recommended and adds more complications.

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re: Controlling noise – the great engineering challenge for wireless devices
agk   9/6/2012 11:07:26 AM
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Really it is! because the transmitter radiates higher power and the receiver is so sensitive.And so the design is highly critical and lot of expertise is required to design wireless products.



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