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Technology Enables New Components. Use of Technology and Integration in the Development of Smaller Passive in Both Commercial Products and Military Applications.S.20. A Helical Resonator-Based Filter with Improved Skirt Selectivity. Presentation of the Circuit Models and the Theoretical and Experimental Response Characteristics of a Helical Resonator-Based Filter.S.56. Power Amplifier Linearization Using an Indirect-Learning-Based Inverse TDNN Model. Presentation of an Effective Digital Predistortion Procedure of Data Acquisition, Analysis, Modeling and Linearization for High Power Amplifiers Based on Tapped Delay Neural Networks.S.76. Intermodulation Distortion in Medium-Power Drop- in Ferrite Isolators and Circulators. Description of Above-Resonance Drop-in Isolators Producting Third-Order Intermodulation Distortion Between -65 and -95 dBc, Depending on Bandwidth, Junction Size and Packaging Techniques.S.90. A Novel Wideband Transition Between a Conductor-Backed Finite Ground CPW and a Microstrip Line. Presentation of the Simulated and Measured Results of a Simple Wideband Transition Between a Conductor-Backed Coplanar Waveguide and a Microstrip Line.S.114. EuMW 2006: Regenerating Interest. A Complete Wrap-up of European Microwave Week 2006 Held September 10 – 15 in Manchester, England.S.120. RF & Microwaves in Asia: Technologies and Markets. In-Depth Look at Asia’s Emerging Role and Influence on the Global Radio Frequency and Microwave Market.S.136. New Design Methodologies for High Performance RF CMOS. Examination of the New Challenges Applied to High Performance CMOS RFICs, Including Electrical Modeling, Circuit Simulation and Specific Design Flow Requirements.S.148. A Dual-Band HF-VHF/UHF Switch Matrix. Introduction to Flexible Switch Matrix Designed to House Both HF and VHF/UHF Band Input Signals Within the Same Unit.S.160. RoHS Compliant Bias Tees. Development of RoHS Compliant Bias Tees Covering Wireless Band Applications From 500 to 2500 MHz.S.174. Surface-Mount Monotonic Vector Modulators. Introduction to a Family of Surface-Mount Vector Modulators with Center Frequencies in the 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz Frequency Range.S.178.
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