RF & Microwave Electronics

White Papers: Aerospace
Antenna Basics

The antenna is the most intrinsic component of all RF systems, yet the principles of antenna design and wave propagation are rarely discussed outside the entry level engineering classes. Rohde & Schwarz has developed an...

White Papers: RF & Microwave Electronics
RF Testing on Automotive Infotainment Devices

The car radio has evolved from a cassette player to a state of the art entertainment system, keeping the driver and passengers connected on the go. The entertainment system brings a design challenge in...

White Papers: Aerospace
The Ins and Outs of Spaceflight Passive Components and Assemblies

RF and microwave components deployed in space flight applications can experience hundreds of degrees of temperature variation, massive amounts of radiation, and can be expected to...

White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Overcoming RF Signal Generation Challenges with New DAC Technologies

This features our new AWG5200, with high signal fidelity and the ability to scale up to 32 or more channels with multi-unit synchronization, all at an affordable price.

White Papers: Test & Measurement
Six Axes of Calibration

In a system or on a lab bench, proper instrument calibration reduces the chances of false test results. Not all calibrations are equal, and six key factors affect quality, usefulness and cost. In Six Axes of Calibration,...

White Papers: Test & Measurement
Low Cost Doesn't Have to be Low Quality

Keysight's new InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes feature 50- to 100-MHz models with up to 6-in-1 instrument integration and industry-leading software analysis. They have the unbelievably low starting...

White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Radar Signal Generation with a High-Performance AWG

Radar ensures the safety and security of the skies, and lives depend on it. That’s why radar design measurements call for high frequency, realistic stimulus signals. You need to create these...

White Papers: Aerospace
dB or not dB? Everything you ever wanted to know about decibels but were afraid to ask...

True or false: 30 dBm + 30 dBm = 60 dBm? Why does 1% work out to be -40 dB one time but then 0.1 dB or 0.05 dB the next time? These questions sometimes leave...

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