Connectors and Transitions

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Wire bonding method is one of the most important interconnection techniques in electronics packaging. It is used to make electrical contact between integrated circuits or other semiconductor devices and the circuit board during device fabrication.

RF and Thermal Simulation of Straight Ridge Waveguide Coupler.

A broadband transition from microstrip to coplanar waveguide (CPW) is designed with SolidWorks and simulated with HFWorks.

A validated simulation of an eight-way power combiner operating around 1 GHz.

A validated HFWorks simulation of a 10-way power combiner.

A validated simulation of a Marchand balun operating at 2.45 GHz.

An Ethernet 100 Mbps Quadrax contact suitable for high speed electrical network applications.

An adapter to connect a rectangular waveguide to a coaxial cable operating at 2.4 GHz.

Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) of connectors using HFWorks