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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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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Bad news… Good news…

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A 20 GHz Crossover

I’ve been working on a 20 GHz crossover network. It turned out pretty good in its first iteration, but still needs some “tweaking” …   One of the problems with out-of-the-box  thinking is… you sometimes find yourself  without the box. In this particular case the box I was without was […]

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CAD Project for Single Layer Capacitors

What is a capacitor? [1] ca·pac·i·tor /kəˈpasitər/   Noun A device used to store an electric charge, consisting of one or more pairs of conductors separated by an insulator.   But… “one or more pairs of conductors separated by an insulator” can also be a transmission line. It turns out that […]

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