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  • What is Beamforming?

    What is Beamforming?

    In the field of array antennas, beamforming, also known as spatial filtering, is a signal processing technique used to transmit and receive wireless radio waves or sound waves in a directional manner.  Beamforming is comm...
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  • Detailed explanation of trihedral corner reflector

    Detailed explanation of trihedral corner reflector

    A type of passive radar target or reflector used in many applications such as radar systems, measurement, and communications is called a triangular reflector. The ability to reflect electromagnetic waves (such as radio waves or radar signals) directly back to the source,...
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  • Horn antennas and dual polarized antennas: applications and areas of use

    Horn antennas and dual polarized antennas: applications and areas of use

    Horn antenna and dual polarized antenna are two types of antennas that are used in various fields due to their unique characteristics and functions.  In this article, we will explore the characteristics of horn antennas and dual-polar...
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  • Application of RFMISO vacuum brazing technology

    Application of RFMISO vacuum brazing technology

    The brazing method in a vacuum furnace is a new type of brazing technology that is performed under vacuum conditions without adding flux. Since the brazing process is carried out in a vacuum environment, the harmful effects of air on the workpiece can be effectively elim...
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  • Waveguide to coaxial converter application introduction

    Waveguide to coaxial converter application introduction

    In the field of radio frequency and microwave signal transmission, in addition to the transmission of wireless signals that do not require transmission lines, most scenarios still require the use of transmission lines for...
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  • How to determine left-handed and right-handed circularly polarized antennas

    How to determine left-handed and right-handed circularly polarized antennas

    In the antenna world, there is such a law. When a vertically polarized antenna transmits, it can only be received by a vertically polarized antenna; when a horizontally polarized antenna transmits, it can only be received by a horizontally polarized antenna; when a right...
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  • How does a microstrip antenna work? What is the difference between a microstrip antenna and a patch antenna?

    How does a microstrip antenna work? What is the difference between a microstrip antenna and a patch antenna?

    Microstrip antenna is a new type of microwave antenna that uses conductive strips printed on a dielectric substrate as the antenna radiating unit. Microstrip antennas have been widely used in modern communication systems due to their small size, light weight, low profile...
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  • Definition and common classification analysis of RFID antennas

    Definition and common classification analysis of RFID antennas

    Among wireless communication technologies, only the relationship between the wireless transceiver device and the antenna of the RFID system is the most special. In the RFID family, antennas and RFID are equally important ...
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  • What is radio frequency?

    What is radio frequency?

    Radio Frequency (RF) technology is a wireless communication technology, mainly used in radio, communications, radar, remote control, wireless sensor networks and other fields. The principle of wireless radio frequency technology is based on the propagation and modulation...
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  • The principle of antenna gain, how to calculate antenna gain

    The principle of antenna gain, how to calculate antenna gain

    Antenna gain refers to the radiated power gain of an antenna in a specific direction relative to an ideal point source antenna. It represents the radiation capability of the antenna in a specific direction, that is, the signal reception or emission efficiency of the ante...
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  • Four basic feeding methods of microstrip antennas

    Four basic feeding methods of microstrip antennas

    The structure of a microstrip antenna generally consists of a dielectric substrate, a radiator and a ground plate. The thickness of the dielectric substrate is much smaller than the wavelength. The thin metal layer on the bottom of the substrate is connected to the groun...
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  • Antenna Polarization: What is Antenna Polarization and Why It’s Important

    Antenna Polarization: What is Antenna Polarization and Why It’s Important

    Electronic engineers know that antennas send and receive signals in the form of waves of electromagnetic (EM) energy described by Maxwell's equations. As with many topics, these equations, and the propagation, properties of electromagnetism, can be studied at different l...
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