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Doherty Amplifiers for UHF

Walter Sneijers, RF Application Engineer, Ampleon looks Doherty amplifiers for use at UHF and how to obtain the highest efficiency levels.

LED Lifespan / Life Expectancy & MTBF

Details and notes about the LED life expectancy and the factors affecting the lifespan or lifetime and the MTBF.

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Transistor Current Mirror Circuit

Transistor current mirror circuit used in many applications including integrated circuit technology to mirror the current of one device in another.

Capacitors in Series

Formulas, and a calculator for determining the value of capacitors placed in series. Also included are some applications and key precautions to observe.

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Understanding Signal Generator Specifications

A tutorial, information and overview about the basics of RF signal generator specifications of specs - what they mean and how to interpret them for buying a new or used signal generator or obtaining one from a test equipment rental company.

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UMTS / WCDMA Modulation

A tutorial, or overview of the basics of the UMTS, WCDMA modulation formats or schemes used.

11 June 2018 | Mark Patrick | mouser Electronics

Next Generation Freight Transport

As road freight transport levels continue to grow, concerns about the impact on the environment and human health come sharply into focus. Fossil fuel dependency makes it a leading source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but shifting freight to other transportation modes will prove challenging. Solutions that will improve the efficiency and performance of road freight transport are therefore essential to achieve defined environmental goals. In this blog, we will explore a potential solution that has been pioneered by Siemens - called eHighway. This combines the efficiency of electrified railways with the flexibility of trucks in order to form an innovative, next generation freight traffic system that is efficient, economical and environmentally friendly.

Next Generation Freight Transport
 

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