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Hi, I am required to design a ultra wideband microwave amplifier with the following specifications: Bandwidth: 3.1GHz to 10.6GHz Transistor: Avago's ATF-36163 Gain: either 3.2dB or 6dB Noise Figure is not an issue. I tried using parallel feedback but I just can't seem to obtain a flat gain throughout the whole bandwidth.
Are there any ? I m doing a school work (a presentation kind of stuff) on RFID technology for fast mobile Applications. I've been searching all throughout the web all night long in vein. If you know of any off this apps or possible mobile apps where RFID technologie is used or could be used. I'll be very greateful if this is posted here, links on t
I am designing an antipodal vivaldi antenna in c- and x-band. I want to get a beamwidth of 120 deg throughout the band. But I am not able to do so. When i achieve the beamwidth symmetry of the pattern goes Can anybody help me asap..itssssssssssss urgent
'Validation ensures it is the right design, verification ensures the design is right' Verification - Done throughout design phase, basically until chip is ready to be fabricated. Debug will involve going through code or waveforms from simulations. Validation - The testing you do in the lab once you get your chip fabricated. Debug has to be
Here are some phase noise information I have gathered throughout this summer.
cycle stealing occurs when combinational logic is moved from one clock phase to another in order to equalise latch-to-latch signal delays throughout a latch based design having multiple latch-to-latch stages.Synthesis tools may have the ability to automatically perform cycle stealing during optimization.
this is the link for a good book: "Design and Analysis of Analog Filters A Signal Processing Perspective " Useful Aspects of Design and Analysis of Analog Filters: A Signal Processing Perspective extensive use of MATLAB? throughout, with many homework problems involving the use of MATLAB. over 200 figures; over 100 examples; a total of 345 homew
hi, the problem is that if you set a periodic boundary condition is that you are repeating this defect throughout the whole crystal. However, if you placed your boundaries a little far from the defect, then the repeated defects won't significantly interact with each other and thus you will get the same response as the one with a single defect. Y
Hello, I am a researcher in University College London and I develop Boolean satisfiability algorithms (SAT-Solvers). I am looking for an application for them and I?ve been told that SAT-Solvers are used throughout the Formal Verification process in the EDA industry, and would like to know more about it. Could anyone tell
Well,I think this is interesting.I invite people to think over it. consider a charged spherical shell.throughout its interior,E=0. Now,consider the centre.From Laplace's equation and Earnshaw's theorem,this point is not a point of potential minimum.So,a charge at this point cannot be in stable equilibrium.Say,you displace it slightly. What do yo
Good day to all that read this. Looking hard for classes/training on repair/calibrations of Network Analyzers. Agilent no help and we are looking to do in house throughout our company. We are able to buy the equipment needed and go with it, but are in need of education to help us along. Cannot find anyone/anywhere on my own. Any help very much
"sequential PFD has a wide dead zone in which the charge pump output does not change because of the long critical path delay throughout the signal path (Kondoh et al. 1995)." this is what I read from a paper. I dun understand why long critical path delay through the signal path will cause death zone:cry: lets ignore about the contribution of the
you should use a package only if you want subprograms, constant definitions and type definitions to be used throughout one or more design units and of course the package has a body:)
Here are a few: 1. Power output -- How much power is to be delivered to what size load? 2. Gain -- How much input signal is necessary to produce a certain output? 3. Bandwidth -- What frequencies at the input will be reproduced in the output? 4. Linearity -- Is the gain of the amp constant throughout the bandwidth? 5. Power Supply -- What is
Hello, I am using Orcad Capture 10.3. I would like to know, how can i copy part occurance properties to instance properties throughout design. thanks niks
I usually measure PSRR with the DC voltage applied to the DUT through a 50ohm resistor, and the AC voltage coupled in with coupling caps. However, this part I'm working with exhibits positive PSRR, when measuring it this way. I'm told that the Vcc pin needs to see a low impedance throughout frequency. Any recommendations on how to make this measure
The reference is only valid throughout electric field is conservative. High frequency isn't the case. But in infinitesimal space scale, electric field should continue to be conservative. By this way appear new paths to close the mesh by where there isn't visible connection. And amazangly there isn't at first time any loss of energy, b
Hi vijai Actually the power optimization of CMOS VLSI circuits includes a lot of techniques that can be applied on different levels of abstraction throughout design flow. I think you need to start from studying the types of power dissipation in CMOS VLSI circuits. And then you can proceed with the techniques of power optimization for each type.
Hi all, I have tried to implement fast DCT and fast IDCT in C by using separable property and taking 8X8 block at a time of an image. But results are a little bit strange. I see verticle and horizntal lines throughout the image. these lines seems to be obvious from the fact that I am taking one block at a time for DCT processing. However as per t
Hi all, Has anyone came across a p@tch antenna which is very broadband. i.e. 850Mhz - 2.1GHz, with VSWR of < 3 throughout the band? and It will be very much appreciated if you can point me to a link or place the design here as an attachment for reference. Thanks in advance. Cheers, Element7k