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Custom MMIC To Speak At EDI-Con 2017 About Phase Noise

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Paul Blount will provide insights on how additive phase noise has become an increasing challenge for RF/microwave system designers

Custom MMIC has announced that president and CTO, Paul Blount, will be delivering a presentation at the Electronic Design Innovation Conference & Exhibition (EDI CON) 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts titled 'Conquering Phase Noise in Radar and Communication Systems'. The presentation will take place on Wednesday, September 13th in room 108 from 10:20 - 10:50.


Blount, also a lead engineer with Custom MMIC, will provide insights on how additive phase noise has become an increasing challenge for many RF/microwave system designers. He will explain how various components in a signal chain outside of the oscillator, can contribute to phase noise, and how different semiconductor technologies impact a components phase noise.

He will share details on how key component selections can be made to optimise the phase noise performance of a system and will introduce attendees to a new line of low phase noise amplifiers, or LPNAs, being developed by Custom MMIC.



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These new amplifiers are used in solving radar range and velocity resolution challenges, along with limiting bit-error rate and throughput reductions in high-speed wireless communications.

His presentation will complement a technical brief, available from Custom MMIC’s website, “Addressing Phase Noise Challenges in Radar and Communication Systems."


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