Join Mini-Circuits at IMS 2021
Mini-Circuits is pleased to join the industry at the 2021 International Microwave Symposium (IMS), on-site in Atlanta, Ga. at booth 1921, June 8-9 and online June 20-25.
Peak and RMS RF Power Detectors for High-Frequency Signal Measurement
Different signal types require different measurement methods. Review the differences between peak/envelope and RMS power detectors as well as common use cases, and learn about Mini-Circuits' latest models for applications up to 43.5 GHz.
NASA’s Helicopter, Ingenuity, Uses RF Technology to Explore Mars from a Different Perspective
NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter has pushed the limits of technology and human knowledge with the breathtaking color photographs and data it’s gathered from Mars. Learn more about the RF systems that make the mission possible in our latest blog post.
Mini-Circuits Proudly Sponsors the Brooklyn Cyclones for 2021 Season
Mini-Circuits is proud to sponsor the Brooklyn Cyclones New York – Penn League baseball team for the 18th consecutive season as part of our ongoing commitment to community involvement.
Mini-Circuits and Digi-Key Announce Distribution Agreement
Mini-Circuits is pleased to announce a new distribution agreement with leading global electronics distributor, Digi-Key. The agreement marks a major expansion of Mini-Circuits’ existing network of corporate shipping hubs and authorized distributors.
Moments in Radio History: The Legacy of Guglielmo Marconi
Today, Mini-Circuits joins the RF industry in celebrating the birthday of Guglielmo Marconi, the man who is widely recognized as the first person to send and receive radio signals over long distances. Marconi revolutionized long-distance communication and blazed the trail for the advent of the wireless age. Learn more about his life and career on our blog.
The RF Systems Powering Scientific Study of Climate Change
It's Earth Day, and we're looking at some of the ways RF technology supports the vast networks of instruments and systems scientists use to observe and measure changes in the climate.
Additive Phase Noise in Amplifiers
Phase noise is increasingly a concern for high-performance transceiver designs, and a number of customers have asked us about phase noise specs for our amplifiers. Our new white paper explains the various sources of additive phase noise in RF amplifiers as well as typical application requirements and measurement challenges.
Mini-Circuits Interviews Dalma Novak, Optical Comms Innovator and Advocate for Gender Equality in Engineering
Read Mini-Circuits' exclusive interview with Dalma Novak, a pioneering figure in RF and fiber optic communications, co-founder of Octane Wireless and prominent leader for gender equality in the engineering field.
Go to School on RF Power Amplifier Classes
Learn about the differences in how Class-A, B, AB, C and other classes of solid-state power amplifiers (SSPAs) are biased and how they perform with respect to linearity, efficiency and output power.
Capacitance, Heterodyning and The Strange Music of the Theremin
See how basic principles of capacitance and heterodyning come together in the unique music of the theremin, an electronic instrument you play without touching it.
Mini-Circuits Expands EU Presence, Opens Netherlands Office at Novio Tech Campus
Nijmegen location to expand corporate service presence for European customers and serve as hub for business development in RF energy market.