The HMC396 from Hittite is a RF Amplifier with Frequency 0 to 8000 MHz, Gain 6 dB, P1dB 14 dBm, P1dB 0.0252 W, Linear Power 12 dBm. Tags: Die, Gain Block. More details for HMC396 can be seen below.
The CMD187 is a wideband GaAs MMIC driver amplifier ideally suited for military, space and communications systems where small size and high linearity are neede... read more
The HT2626-15M from RFHIC is a 2 stage GaN hybrid power amplifier. It operates at a frequency range from 2610 MHz to 2690 MHz, ... read more
The RNC16010-10 from RFHIC is a Gallium Nitride (GaN) Hybrid Amplifier for Satellite Communication Systems that operates from 1615 to 1675 MHz. The Amplifier h... read more
This article explains the design process for a planar microstrip patch array for WLAN frequencies using the circuit and full-wave 3D solvers and optimization tools in CST STUDIO SUITE®. The goal in this case is to design an array with high directivity, low cost and low sidelobes, exhibiting a good impedance matching in the frequency range 5.18 – 5.85 GHz. The same approach can also be used to design other types of array by using a different radiator or array layout.