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RF amplifiers with integrated shutdown and bypass functionality are useful building blocks for a wide range of RF/microwave systems. These functions often lead to questions about the differences between the two functions, which models have which, and the benefits of each. Read on and learn everything you need to know.
Learn the fundamentals of Pseudomorphic High-Electron-Mobility Transistor (pHEMT) technology, one of the key semiconductor processes Mini-CIrcuits uses to design and fabricate our MMIC amplifiers.
Meeting gain flatness requirements is a common challenge in a variety of systems from wideband receivers to long cable runs. See how Mini-Circuits’ wideband positive-gain-slope MMIC amplifiers compensate for frequency-dependent gain roll-off without sacrificing overall gain or RF link budget.
Mesh networks are used in a growing number of wireless architectures from military communications to smart home and more. Learn how mesh networks function, explore real-world examples, and see how Mini-Circuits’ mesh network simulators allow designers to emulate real-world mesh conditions in the lab environment.
Take an in-depth look at Mini-Circuits’ new mmWave LTCC filters and their advantages for a variety of systems including phased array radar, backhaul and 5G small cell architectures.
See how Mini-Circuits’ ZTM-series modular switching systems helped a wireless communications OEM solve a routing problem for an immediate need while allowing flexibility to reconfigure as their needs changed with minimal cost and downtime.
Take a closer look at Mini-Circuits’ first solid state power amplifier for RF and microwave energy, ZHL-2425-250X+. In this deep dive, we’ll explore some of the unique design features and capabilities that make this new model a game changer for many emerging applications for RF power in the ISM 2.4-2.5 GHz band.
Sometimes a simple trick can save a lot of time and headaches. See how Mini-Circuits 2.92 mm and 2.4 mm NMD adapters can protect your high-frequency test instrumentation from damage and save on other common lab expenses.
Go deep into the challenges and complexities of additive phase noise measurement and learn about the techniques Mini-Circuits uses in its labs to minimize interference and achieve accurate, reliable results.