Flared Log Periodic Design Wraps Around Electronic Enclosure

Another version of the compact log-periodic omits the traditional radome and attaches directly to a weatherproof enclosure. Engineering samples available now. Contact – engineering@machine2wireless.com (479)966-9759

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NEW! Compact Log-periodic Antenna

Preliminary Specification Jan 04, 2017 Features 650 – 4500 MHz 8.5 dBi Peak Gain 20 (X) 13 (Y) 18 (Z) cm Designed to accept an integrated radio module with no increase in package size. Electrical Performance

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S-parameter Modeling of Passive Components

I still get questions from people about S-parameters from time to time. I hope this old “cheat sheet” I made originally to help myself helps somebody else…

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Hybrid Antenna Article in Microwave Journal

The January issue of Microwave Journal contains an article about the hybrid antenna– click here (registration may be required).

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Hybrid Antennas for the Internet of Things

This design is slowly but steadily growing in popularity. It was first introduced here a couple years ago, then it was presented in greater detail in October of last year in  Antenna Systems and Technology’s website (A Hybrid “Hexa-Band” Cellular Antenna). We talked about it in November at Antenna Systems 2015. […]

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CompexCAD for Single Layer Capacitors

CompexCAD is now live.

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Resonant Lines for Device Measurement, 10 MHz – 3.5 GHz

[The following information was originally presented at Capacitor and Resistor Technol. Symp., New Orleans, 1999]   Background Used since WWII (Westphal & VonHippel, MIT) ASTM standard F752-82 (expired) Boonton 34A Still useful, applicable to higher and lower frequencies…   Equivalent Circuits   Q-factor Interpolation 60 cm line (BEC 34A s/n 176) […]

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M2W Presenting at Antenna Systems 2015

Conference Program If you are going to be at the conference next month, I hope you will introduce yourself.

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For Want of a Nail

For want of a nail the shoe was lost, For want of a shoe the horse was lost, For want of a horse the knight was lost, For want of a knight the battle was lost, For want of a battle the kingdom was lost. (This post is probably not […]

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pro re nata

p.r.n. “As the circumstances require” (p.r.n.) is a prescriptive phrase used by physicians to indicate that Rx (a remedy, cure or solution for a disorder or problem) may be administered according to the judgement of the caregiver or patient. Note here that the physician is not conveying, “do whatever you want, whenever […]

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