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Silicon Laboratories - High Performance Mixed-signal

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Radiocalc or dBcalc - Conversions RF Engineering

Besides classical functions and dB conversions, RadioCalc includes a converter of Power to field strength commonly used for EMC/EMS test-set-up. ....

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All the key issues around RF amplifier envelope tracking:
https://youtu.be/vSSY11Df2hk

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How about this for the latest in technology :)
https://youtu.be/AhYsiAD-nic

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I am not an engineering student but i like making stuff. I want to make this is this correct? Will it work (i mean all its voltage and amps). I want to broadcast my computer music through my house's home theater system via FM. The FM transmitter has an micro SD slot and 3.5mm aux jack.
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I'm new to circuits, but not to soldering and I'm looking to find out information on single/multiple antenna circuits. 
thanks

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I love RF how-to stuff like this, mostly because learning RF design has been forever on my "to do" list.
Ever wonder how to design inductively coupled amplifiers?  This design brief describes one such project for a Class-E amplifier.  Most textbooks fall off at this point so I wanted to share how I went through this design.  The first big "Aha" moment was learning to use impedance transforming networks.  The second was inductor biasing the output transistor to resonate with the internal capacitance.  What neat things have you all learned about RF circuits?

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Enjoy the RF waves emitted by the dual radar antennas around 20kW!

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 Here is the completed Thermal Analysis of the Low Noise Amplifier developed for the RF Design HQ's LNA Design Series.
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