tuning circuit

tuning circuit

[′tün·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
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The integrated antenna tuning circuit allows the module to be used with a wide range of implantable antennas (nominal antenna impedance is 100+j150 ohms).
Before the development and adoption of RFFE, the standard control was SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface), which required customers to modify their drivers to support the antenna tuning circuit.
The highly-versatile devices support a wide variety of tuning circuit topologies, with an emphasis on impedance matching and aperture-tuning applications.
625-mile Kart track; and just-completed quarter-mile testing and tuning circuit that has yet to be named.
It is the most efficient 500mW reader ever released, and utilizes a brand new MEMS based adaptive antenna tuning circuit to achieve the perfect impedance match with any antenna, every time.
The integrated antenna tuning circuit allows the module to be used with a wide range of implant antennas (nominal antenna impedance is 100+j150 [eth][umlaut]).
The versatile solid-state devices can be used in Series or Shunt configurations to support a wide variety of tuning circuit topologies.
The new amplifier's record PAE of 67% PAE, more than seven points higher than conventional amplifiers, is enabled by the world's first harmonic tuning circuit placed in front of each GaN HEMT cell on the substrate.
The Si4010 is the first SoC transmitter with automatic antenna tuning, featuring a patented tuning circuit that automatically fine tunes the antenna for optimum transmit efficiency and constant output power.
The VCO is modulated through a modulation port in transmit mode and utilizes a modulation correction loop to compensate the modulation deviation due to the variation in the tuning circuit.
A technical paper describing the application of the electronic tuning circuit to a 40 Gb/s transimpedance amplifier was presented at the last GaAs IC symposium in October, 2002 in Monterey California.
A unique bias and tuning circuit design allows the mixer to operate over broader bandwidths, with higher gain and lower noise figure than earlier mixer designs.