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AWR Application Note Describes End-to-End Design
of a Complex X-band Transmission Analyzer

AWR Application Note Describes End-to-End Design of a Complex X-band Transmission Analyzer - RF CafeClick to visit the AWR Corporation website


EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – Feb. 18, 2013

What:

AWR has just published a new Microwave Office® software application note titled, “End-to-end Design and Realization of an X-band Transmission Analyzer Using AWR Circuit, System, and EM Software.” The note examines the complete flow and details the design of several critical design elements for this device, which integrates many RF components on a single printed circuit board (PCB). Design challenges include coupling issues between the RX and TX paths, as well as numerous distributed elements that required EM simulator-based tuning for optimal performance.


Where:

The application note is available for download on the AWR website at http://www.awrcorp.com/solutions/technical-papers as well as an attached PDF.


When:

Immediately.

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Posted  2/18/2013

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