Broadline distributors can support customers with RF designs

Weaving, Colin
February 2007
Electronics Weekly;2/7/2007, Issue 2274, Special section p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the common uses of RF technology. RF technology is commonly used for cable replacement in industrial, consumer and other devices. It normally needs the application of short-range data transmission standards like Bluetooth and ZigBee. Radar systems or private radio networks which are high-power, medium- or long-range RF applications, are extremely technically complex. Designers educated in the wired world can seek support from broadline distributors.


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