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    6 Technologies and Techniques to Know for Measuring Noise Figure

    6 Technologies and Techniques to Know for Measuring Noise Figure

    Noisecom

    Posted  April 23, 2015

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    6 Technologies and Techniques to Know for Measuring Noise Figure Innovations in noise-figure and noise-parameter measurements could reduce testing time and increase accuracy to millimeter-wave frequencies.

    Farnborough International Airshow

    Testing Radar System Performance

    Noisecom

    Posted  September 15, 2014

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    Steve Shaw, Applications Engineer, Wireless Telecom Group,looks at how to test a primary or secondary radar system using a simple RF setup

    Microwave Journal

    Noisecom Noise on Vcc for Serial Data Communications

    Noisecom

    Posted  June 10, 2014

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    The supply voltage (Vcc) specification is a key parameter for almost all integrated circuits’ (IC) datasheets. Unless its requirements are met there is no way to know if the remaining IC specifications will be valid. Therefore before specifying the operational supply voltage range of a device, designers, verification and quality engineers use the results of extensive testing to make sure the IC meets all the specification requirements within the tested Vcc voltage range. With the exception of the power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) specification of some analog and RF ICs, what is often not specified or ignored is the immunity of the IC to noise and spurs riding on its supply voltage.

    Microwave Journal

    2014 Satellite Show Demos

    Boonton, Noisecom

    Posted  April 11, 2014

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    Microwave Journal talks to Matthew Diessner of Boonton/Noisecom, part of Wireless Telecom Group, about the 2014 Satellite Show demos on the Boonton 55 Series USB Power Sensor and Noisecom UFX7000A series noise generators. 

    Microwave Journal

    Tapping into a New RF Energy Source Found in Digital Processing Circuits

    Noisecom

    Posted  December 13, 2013

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    All electronic systems that use digital signal processing circuits (DSP) generate noise currents as an undesired byproduct of their function. These noise current impulses are too high in frequency for conventional regulators to supply directly, thus bypass capacitors are utilized in conjunction with system voltage regulators to supply these locally needed high frequency currents.