• The inverse relationship between frequency and wavelength

    Jul 15, 2024

    The inverse relationship between frequency and wavelength is crucial across multiple types of waves, including sound, light, and radio waves. In the case of sound waves, low frequencies generate long wavelengths and deep bass sounds, while high frequencies create short wavelengths and high-pitched t... read more

  • Here's how frequency impacts our daily lives

    Jul 12, 2024

    Frequency plays a crucial role in our daily lives. In music creation, specific frequencies are generated by hitting piano keys to produce musical notes. For security access, RFID tags utilize frequency to verify identities. Radio stations transmit music and news through specific frequencies for ente... read more

  • What is Frequency counter?

    Jul 11, 2024

    A frequency counter is an electronic instrument for measuring the frequency of electrical signals, crucial in fields like telecommunications, engineering, and physics. It works by counting input signal cycles within a specific time, usually one second, and shows the result in Hertz. Components like ... read more

  • How Digital Attenuators Work

    Jul 10, 2024

    Digital attenuators are electronic devices commonly used in RF and microwave applications to control signal amplitude precisely without significant waveform distortion. They work by adjusting incoming signals through switched resistive elements or variable gain amplifiers, with attenuation levels de... read more

  • A guide line process to repackage a TCXO to Replace an old generation legacy OCXO

    Jul 09, 2024

    Replacing an old generation OCXO with a TCXO involves multiple steps and considerations. These include specification comparison (frequency stability, output waveform, voltage, etc.), physical fit checks (package size, pin configuration, mounting type), thermal management assessment, circuit redesign... read more

  • Difference between OCXO and DOCXO

    Jul 08, 2024

    OCXO and DOCXO are crystal oscillators enhanced by temperature control for stability and accuracy. OCXO has a single heating element, with frequency stability usually ±0.1 ppm to ±1.0 ppm, used in telecom, military, and satellite comms. DOCXO has a double oven design, offering better stability ±0.01... read more

  • Explain a new core for SDR transceiver, the frequency 122.88MHz is used to clock a 16 bits ADC and a transmit DAC

    Jul 05, 2024

    In the design of an SDR transceiver, a 122.88 MHz clock frequency is utilized for a 16-bit ADC and a transmit DAC. This frequency is important as it's divisible by common audio sampling rates and enables high sampling rates for precise signal processing. The 16-bit ADC at this frequency offers high ... read more

  • SDR (Software Defined Radio) and Frequency control components

    Jul 04, 2024

    Software-Defined Radio (SDR) is a major advancement in radio technology. Components that were traditionally hardware-based are now software-controlled, allowing SDR to handle a broad range of frequencies and making it a versatile tool in areas like communications, broadcasting, and electronic warfar... read more

  • TCXO (Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator) and BUC (Block Up-Converter)

    Jul 03, 2024

    The integration of a Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator (TCXO) in a Block Up-Converter (BUC) is vital for satellite communication systems. It offers several benefits such as ensuring frequency stability, enhancing signal integrity, reducing phase noise, providing thermal compensation, improv... read more

  • The difference between modulation and demodulation

    Jul 02, 2024

    Modulation and demodulation are complementary processes essential for signal transmission and reception in communication systems. Different media, such as airwaves, fiber optic cables, or copper wires, are involved. Modulation encodes information by altering a carrier wave's properties like amplitud... read more