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RF & Microwave Magazine Article Archive - 2020

RF & Microwave Magazine Article Archive 2018 - RF CafeIf you are like me, you spend a lot of time reading articles from technical magazines. Sometimes I read the entire article, but usually I just scan the text for highlights and look at the schematics, block diagrams, and charts / graphs. Often, I want to go back and find an article but cannot recall where I saw it. A Google search will usually eventually reveal a hyperlink to the article, but a lot of times it takes a lot of digging. Since my key interests are not necessarily the same as RF Cafe visitors, an attempt will be made to catalog all of them. If there is a magazine not included here that you would like me to include in the list, please send me an e-mail and I will try to incorporate its articles, too.

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Electronic Design

March

At Last, Voltage-Tunable and Adjustable Thermal Conductivity
Bill Schweber

How to Design an Optimal Electronic Load for High-Current, Low-Voltage Power Supplies (Part 1)
Dwight Larson

A Critical Short Pulse
Frederik Dostal

February

What Actually Is a Hot Loop?
Frederik Dostal

January

What's the Difference Between AC-DC and DC-DC Power Supplies?
Paul Rako

Minimizing Power-Supply Voltage Drop on PCBs
Bill Schweber

Stuck in the Middle: How to Choose Your Next Bandpass Filter
James Price

Protection for the Power Supply and Its Load
Bill Schweber

Demystifying Electronic Calibration
Bob Zollo

Inductor Current Measurement in Switched Power Supplies
Frederik Dostal

High Frequency Electronics

February

Antennas Evolve To Meet 5G Requirements
Mark Miller

Broadband Design of a High Efficiency 200-W GaN HEMT Doherty Amplifier

January

Microwaves & RF

March

Algorithms to Antenna: Modeling Antennas Installed in the Presence of Large Platforms
Honglei Chen, Rick Gentile, Vishwanath Iyer, and Giorgia Zucchelli

February

Algorithms to Antenna: Exploring Hybrid-Beamforming Architectures for 5G Systems
Honglei Chen, Rick Gentile, and Tim Reeves

January

Stuck in the Middle: How to Choose Your Next Bandpass Filter
James Price

Algorithms to Antenna: Classifying Radar Micro-Doppler Signatures
Honglei Chen, Rick Gentile, Chaofeng Wang, and Sara James

What's the Difference Between RMS and Peak Watts?
David M. Foster

Microwave Product Digest

March

The Urgent Need for a United States Space Force
Steven L. Kwast

Educational Requirements Must Keep Pace to Enable Technology Expansion
William Cave and Vladimir Gelnovatch

February

Solid-State T/R Module Design and Modeling for Radar Applications
Manjunatha Reddy H. V. and Tabish Khan

January

The Role and Trending Requirements of RF Limiters in Multifunctional AESA Radar
Fairview Microwave

Test & Measurement World

March

Oscilloscope Cursors Complement Other Measurement Tools
Arthur Pini

February

Match Modular EMI AC Line Filters to Application's DC Supply Needs
Gary Bocock

January

Design PCBs for EMI, Part 4: More on Partitioning
Kenneth Wyatt

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