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30-GHz monolithic receive module

30-GHz monolithic receive module

interim report for period November 1, 1985 - October 31, 1987.

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Published by National Aeronautical [sic] and Space Administration in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amplifier design.,
  • Antenna feeds.,
  • Fabrication.,
  • Field effect transistors.,
  • Gallium arsenides.,
  • Radio frequencies.,
  • Receivers.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThirty-GHz monolithic receive module.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- CR-180849., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180849.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17725185M

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. P. Bauhahn's 16 research works with 90 citations and 99 reads, including: A millimeter wave passive FET mixer with low 1/f noise.

    Performance of Five 30 GHz Satellite Receivers (LASA-TI!l-IGlS60) PEBIGBl!lAECk CF FIVE 30 GHz N SATELIIIE BEXIPEES (EASA. leuis 6esearch CEnter) 7 F CSCL UnclaE 63/32 02 Robert J. Kerczewski, George E. Ponchak, and Robert R. Romanofsky Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the. Present status is discussed and projections are given for both electron tube and solid state transmitter technologies. Monolithic transmit and receive module technology, already under development at 20 to 30 GHz, is reviewed and its extension to 60 GHz, and possible applicability is discussed.

    This chapter focuses on the design of distributed transmit/receive modules (T/R modules). In comparison with conventional radars, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) has specific requirements for the T/R module in terms of accuracy and consistency of amplitude and phase in a wide bandwidth, adaptation, and reliability required by the space platform.   Free Online Library: Miniaturized low cost 30 GHz monolithic balanced BPSK and vector modulators.(part 2) by "Microwave Journal"; Business Electronics and electrical industries Engineering and manufacturing Microwave devices Design and construction Microwave equipment Microwave modulators Modulators (Electronics).


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This report is a technology assessment relevant to the 30 GHz Monolithic Receive Module development. It is based on results obtained on the present NASA Contract (NAS) as well as on information gathered from literature.

The technical achievements and deliveries made during the duration of the program to develop a 30 GHz monolithic receive module for communication feed array applications and to deliver submodules and 30 GHz monolithic receive modules for experimental evaluation are discussed.

Abstract The fourth year progress is described on a program to develop a to 30 GHz GaAs monolithic receive module for spaceborne-communication antenna feed array applications, and to deliver submodules for experimental evaluation.

The fourth year progress is described on a program to develop a to 30 GHz GaAs monolithic receive module for spaceborne-communication antenna feed array applications, and to deliver submodules for experimental evaluation. Program goals include an overall receive module noise figure of 5 dB, a 30 dB RF to IF gain with six levels of intermediate gain control, a five bit phase shifter, and a Author: J.

Mondal, T. Contolatis, J. Geddes, P. Bauhahn, V. Sokolov. The technical achievements and deliveries made during the duration of the program to develop a 30 GHz monolithic receive module for communication feed array applications and to deliver submodules and 30 GHz monolithic receive modules for experimental evaluation are discussed.

Key requirements include an overall receive module noise figure of 5 dB, a 30 dB RF-to-RF gain with six levels of. This report is a technology assessment relevant to the 30 GHz Monolithic Receive Module development. It is based on results obtained on the present NASA Contract (NAS) as well as on information gathered from literature and other industry sources.

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Geddes, V. Sokolov and P. Bauhahn. Abstract The technical achievements and deliveries made during the duration of the program to develop a 30 GHz monolithic receive module for communication feed array applications and to deliver submodules and 30 GHz monolithic receive modules for experimental evaluation are discussed.

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