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posted in December 2004

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Wireless infrastructure gets a boost from variable gain amplifier
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12/22/2004   Post a comment
The ADL5330 from Analog Devices is the first monolithic VGA to provide broadband operation from 1 MHz to 3 GHz with a precision 60-dB linear-in-dB gain-control range.
Cutting the cord: Atmel's new transceiver links up to 10 cordless handsets across 300 m
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12/19/2004   Post a comment
With the launch of its ATR2806 SiGe BiCMOS transceiver IC, Atmel has brought together more than a decade of work in silicon germanium (SiGe) as well as low-IF and integration expertise in this 5th-generation product. The team at Atmel focused hard on the trade-offs between technical performance and price, and kept its aim keenly fixed on superior sensitivity.
Making it Cheap and Simple: New wireless protocol targets low-power, low-data rate applications.
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12/14/2004   Post a comment
Taking a stab at some of Zigbee's market, Cypress Semiconductor comes up with an alternative for those looking for a simpler wireless network for applications like home automation, building security, and industrial automation.
New modulator offers unprecedented dynamic range
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12/10/2004   Post a comment
100 to 4000 MHz wideband performance covers cellular/3G and broadband
Wi-Fi system takes it outside
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12/7/2004   Post a comment
Strix Systems' Access/one Network outdoor wireless system serves public safety, rural, and metropolitan applications.
Lightening the Load: M/A COM amplifiers and triplers target avionics and military markets
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12/6/2004   Post a comment
These new components serve 8 to 12 GHz and 24 to 36 GHz applications with space saving, lightweight, high-rel designs sure to catch the eye of savvy high-frequency designers.
Microwave radio, test, and sensor applications get a low-noise boost
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12/3/2004   Post a comment
Hittite Microwave's new low noise amplifier family spans 7 to 32 GHz
Fine-tuning the wireless basestation: Maxim offers new levels of precision
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12/2/2004   Post a comment
Snazzy alarm functionality and precise measurement capability makes this dual RF-power detector a great fit for new basestation amplifier and transceiver designs.
GPS receiver front end shrinks real estate requirements
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12/2/2004   Post a comment
Maxim's new receiver reduces BOM for navigation and tracking systems
Attenuators pin down handset and infrastructure applications
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12/1/2004   Post a comment
M/A-COM announces a series of PIN diode voltage variable attenuators optimized for lower loss and higher linearity than FET devices.

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