PHOENIX & ERIE, Pa. -- October 24th, 2016
(via BUSINESS WIRE)
Modern electronic devices require a frequency reference. In many systems, this reference is provided by crystal oscillators, and the devices are used for many applications, including:
Fifth Generation Wireless is Right Around the Corner
Fifth generation wireless systems are not far from becoming a reality, thanks to recent research being done on the millimeter wave (mmW) radio spectrum. Experts agree the way forward is to manufacture mass deployable wireless devices across a range of markets and for different applications. Among other things, these applications include mobile computing and data processing over networks. The technology also has applications in the field of medicine and healthcare.
Traditional Use of Cube Satellites
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PSRR filtering is becoming more and more difficult for engineers to incorporate into timing designs. In this post, we explain why this is, what PSSR is in the first place, and the best ways to avoid the dreaded "supply ripple". You'll have a strong understanding of the problems and solutions that arise from PSRR by the end of this post.