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Tuesday the 21st

Electronics-Themed Comics

Electronics-Themed Comics, December 1955 Radio-Electronics - RF CafeWe hit the electronics-themed comics mother lode with the December 1955 issue of Radio-Electronics magazine. Maybe it was considered a Christmas present for the readers (those like me who appreciate such features). Eight; count 'em; eight. Some months have none at all. I was so appreciative that I went to the trouble to add color (all were originally B&W). Even nearly seven decades hence, you can still appreciate the humor as you remember that in the days vacuum tube equipment there was a lot of self-service and in-home service being done, causing plenty of comical (to those not affected) scenarios to ensue...

Theory Could Help Optimize Defects in Semiconductors

Theory Could Help Optimize Defects in Semiconductors - RF Cafe"A new universal theory and three basic rules for how defects in semiconductors behave in response to strain could lead to improvements in the electronic properties of a wide range of semiconducting materials. The work, which began with the discovery of a key physical quantity that describes how a semiconductor's volume changes in the presence of impurities, could help researchers determine the 'right' amount of strain to apply, and thus optimize the effects of these impurities. Defect-induced volume changes Most materials contain impurities, or dopants, that are either intentionally or unintentionally introduced into the system - for example, during the growth of a crystal..."

Electroluminescence: Theory and Practice

Electroluminescence: Theory and Practice, January 1965 Electronics World - RF CafeElectroluminescent (EL) devices were patented by General Electric back in 1938, but it was not until the 1960s that the fabrication process, involving copper-doped zinc sulfide (ZnS) as the light-emitting compound, had developed to the point where high volume production was feasible. Early EL displays exhibited short lifetimes and low efficiencies. EL panels are also referred to as light-emitting capacitors because of their construction geometry. Some of the first commercial applications for such EL panels were as back lighting in automobiles. Electroluminescence can also be obtained in semiconductors in the III-V group class like indium phosphide (InP), gallium arsenide (GaAs), and gallium nitride (GaN). This 1965 Electronics World magazine article...

Electro-Photonics Intros DC to 5 GHz Test Fixture

Electro-Photonics Intros DC to 5 GHz Test Fixture - RF CafeElectro-Photonics is a market leader in RF and Microwave components with extensive experience designing RF/microwave test fixtures for a wide range of RF and microwave passive and active components. Model FRFS-AT-64020-001 is a high performance custom RF/microwave fixture designed for testing Avago AT-64020 silicon bipolar transistor. This fixture is constructed to provide repeatable measurements in a production environment. The FRFS-AT-64020-001 test fixture feature fast load/unload clamshell type cover. Electro-Photonics' standard line of test fixtures covers frequency ranges from DC to 5 GHz frequency range has been introduced to facilitate your measurement needs. We also design custom test fixtures for even the most technically challenging high frequency applications. Our high performance test fixtures utilize the latest RF materials and high frequency technology, resulting in repeatable and accurate testing. Trust Electro-Photonics LLC to build your next RF and microwave test fixture...

New RF Cafe Logo Created

New RF Cafe Logo - It's Elemental!Admittedly, the concept is not original, but the design and slogans are. So as to not step on anyone's trademark for the periodic table of elements format, I borrowed from one from the NIST website, which being owned by we the taxpayers (and there are fewer of us all the time), is open source. My inspiration for the RfCaFe scheme was from the Human Element (Hu) ads put out by Dow Chemical years ago. They chose element #8 (oxygen), but #6 (carbon) seems more apt to me. I thought it was clever and intended to make one for RF Cafe, and just now got around to it. It will appear on September 26th and December 6th as the website logo.

The Electronic Husband

The Electronic Husband, March 1955 Popular Electronics - RF CafeThis is really clever. Appearing in the March 1955 edition of Popular Electronics magazine, "The Electronic Husband" article is one wife's attempt to quantify her husband's interest in all things electronic by adapting forms of Ohm's Law to fit observed behavior. In the process of writing the parody, Mrs. Jeanne DeGood demonstrates an impressive basic knowledge of Mr. DeGood's second passion (Mrs. DeGood being his first, presumably). After all the articles that Melanie has proof read for me, she knows a lot of these equations just as well, even if she doesn't know what they mean...

Get Your Custom-Designed RF Cafe Gear!

Custom-Designed RF-Themed Cups, T-Shirts, Mouse Pads, Clocks (Cafe Press) - RF CafeThis assortment of custom-designed themes by RF Cafe includes T-Shirts, Mouse Pads, Clocks, Tote Bags, Coffee Mugs and Steins, Purses, Sweatshirts, and Baseball Caps. Choose from amazingly clever "We Are the World's Matchmakers" Smith chart design or the "Engineer's Troubleshooting Flow Chart." My "Matchmaker's" design has been ripped off by other people and used on their products, so please be sure to purchase only official RF Cafe gear. My markup is only a paltry 50¢ per item - Cafe Press gets the rest of your purchase price. These would make excellent gifts for husbands, wives, kids, significant others, and for handing out at company events or as rewards for excellent service. It's a great way to help support RF Cafe. Thanks...

Many Thanks to KR Electronics for Helping Deliver RF Cafe!

KR ElectronicsKR Electronics designs and manufactures high quality filters for both the commercial and military markets. KR Electronics' line of filters includes lowpass, highpass, bandpass, bandstop and individually synthesized filters for special applications - both commercial and military. State of the art computer synthesis, analysis and test methods are used to meet the most challenging specifications. All common connector types and package form factors are available. Please visit their website today to see how they might be of assistance. Products are designed and manufactured in the USA.

Monday the 20th

Aircraft Radio

Aircraft Radio, January 1950 Radio & Television News Article - RF CafeHaving never been a sports aficionado, I have not spent much money or time at baseball, football, or soccer fields, hockey rinks, bowling alleys, curling sheets, or basketball courts. When an air show comes to town, however, I'm there. I'll stand in line for 45 minutes to tour the inside of a DC-3, B-25, B-17, PBY-5, or just about anything that will admit me. What is particularly enjoyable is being able to inspect the radio equipment racks and bays. The sight and smell (I consider it an aroma) of the old UHF and VHF sets, recording equipment, power supplies, generators, synchros, and the associated wiring and connectors is something I never tire of experiencing. I always imagine the men who operated and maintained everything doing their assigned duties to keep those wonderful machines flying. Maybe you know of what I write. This article provides a nice overview of the state of the art for airborne electronics in the post WWII era.Dig the Zenith console radio...

World's Smallest Biomechanical Linkage

World's Smallest Biomechanical Linkage - RF Cafe"Researchers at Princeton University have built the world's smallest mechanically interlocked biological structure, a deceptively simple two-ring chain made from tiny strands of amino acids called peptides. In a paper published August 23 in Nature Chemistry, the team detailed a library of such structures made in their lab - two interlocked rings, a ring on a dumbbell, a daisy chain and an interlocked double lasso - each around one billionth of a meter in size. The study also demonstrates that some of these structures can toggle between at least two shapes, laying the groundwork for a biomolecular switch. 'We've been able to build a bunch of structures that no one's been able to build before,' said A. James Link, professor of chemical and biological engineering, the study's principal investigator...."

Copper Mountain's Online Help Manuals for S2VNA and PXIe

Copper Mountain Technologies' Online Help Manuals for S2VNA and PXIe - RF CafeCopper Mountain Technologies is pleased to announce that Online Help manuals are now available for S2VNA and PXIe software by selecting the Online Help buttons. These online manuals are easy to navigate and have been designed to deliver an enhanced user experience. Online Help manuals for additional software versions are in development. The existing operating manuals and documentation for all other versions of software are available for download. If you prefer to use a PDF manual for S2VNA or PXIe models, it is also available to download by clicking the "Download Documentation" button...

The Clapp Oscillator - and How!

The Clapp Oscillator - and How!, February 1953 QST - RF CafeJames Kilton Clapp in 1948 first published details on an oscillator that used positive feedback obtained from an LC (capacitive & inductive) voltage divider to initiate and sustain oscillations. Thus was born the now familiar Clapp oscillator. It had an advantage over both the Colpitts and Hartley oscillators because the feedback, not being dependent on a simple capacitive or inductive voltage division, respectively, made it more reliable as a variable frequency oscillator (VFO). This article does a nice job of explaining the operation of the Clapp oscillator. Just as the Colpitts and Hartley oscillators handily provide an easy mnemonic for being based on voltage dividers of capacitance with the Colpitts oscillator and inductance (Henries) with the Hartley oscillator, the Clapp oscillator...

Promote Your Company on RF Cafe

Sponsor RF Cafe for as Little as $40 per Month - RF CafeNew Scheme rotates all Banners in all locations on the page! RF Cafe typically receives 8,000-15,000 website visits each weekday. RF Cafe is a favorite of engineers, technicians, hobbyists, and students all over the world. With more than 16,000 pages in the Google search index, RF Cafe returns in favorable positions on many types of key searches, both for text and images. New content is added on a daily basis, which keeps the major search engines interested enough to spider it multiple times each day. Items added on the homepage often can be found in a Google search within a few hours of being posted. I also re-broadcast homepage items on LinkedIn. If you need your company news to be seen, RF Cafe is the place to be.

Many Thanks to ISOTEC for Continued Support!

ISOTEC Corporation - RF CafeSince 1996, ISOTEC has designed, developed and manufactured an extensive line of RF/microwave connectors, between-series adapters, RF components and filters for wireless service providers including non-magnetic connectors for quantum computing and MRI equipments etc. ISOTEC's product line includes low-PIM RF connectors components such as power dividers and directional couplers. Off-the-shelf and customized products up to 40 GHz and our low-PIM products can meet -160 dBc with 2 tones and 20 W test. Quick prototyping, advanced in-house testing and high-performance. Designs that are cost effective practical and repeatable.

Sunday the 19th

Electronic Oscillator Theme Crossword Puzzle for September 19th

Electronic Oscillator Theme Crossword Puzzle for September 19th, 2021 - RF CafeThis Electronic Oscillator Theme crossword puzzle for September 19th, 2021, contains only words and clues related to engineering, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and other technical words. As always, this crossword contains no names of politicians, mountain ranges, exotic foods or plants, movie stars, or anything of the sort unless it/he/she is related to this puzzle's technology theme (e.g., Hedy Lamarr or the Bikini Atoll). The technically inclined cruciverbalists amongst us will appreciate the effort. Enjoy!

Friday the 17th

Nomograph Construction

Nomograph Construction, June 1946, Radio-Craft - RF CafeEven in this current age of ubiquitous computers and cellphones (also computers), there is still ample reason to consider using nomographs for presenting data and providing a hand calculation or conversion resource. In days prior, nomographs were an indispensible tool for both design and troubleshooting circuits. A huge number of nomographs can be found here on RF Cafe as they appeared in vintage magazine articles. This 1946 issue of Radio-Craft presents the first of a two-part tutorial on creating nomographs for any purpose, and uses current, voltage, and resistance as an example. Their utility is not limited to electrical and electronic topics, as many have been created for plumbing, hydraulics, mechanics, chemistry, finance, aerodynamics, pneumatics, lighting, acoustics, and I've even seen one...

What the THF? Debate over Where THz Starts

What the THF? Debate over Where THz Starts - RF CafeIs it just me or does this seem like a moot / obvious arguement? "For anyone looking for an end-of-the-summer mind bender, this might be one to consider. Where does the terahertz (THz) spectrum range start? The subject came up during a symposium last year, and it was covered here. Some researchers figure it starts at 100 GHz. Others say it's 300 GHz. Suffice it to say, the debate is alive and well - depending on who you talk to. Why should we care? For one, it helps to know what's what when it comes to spectrum, the idea being there's a finite amount in the lower bands. Some day, somebody will come knocking for even more spectrum, and these very high frequency ranges will come in handy when there's nowhere else to go. For another, it's part of the grand plan for 6G, and even though it's early days in a lot of ways for 5G..."

Safety Precautions It Pays to Be Safe

Safety Precautions It Pays to Be Safe - Navy Training Courses - RF CafeNavy electrical equipment is designed and installed with every possible provision for the safety of the men who use it and service it. But this does not completely prevent injury to you and your shipmates or damage to equipment. Safety also depends on the Electrician's training. To insure safety while standing watch or working on a circuit, he must always work safely and observe safety precautions. Men have been burned, electrocuted, or maimed for life because they became careless in their work or failed to observe safety precautions. You were selected to be an Electrician's Mate because of your intelligence, so use your brain to prevent accidents. Injury and damage can be avoided by staying alert, exercising intelligence...

Teledyne Intros Expanded Range of 50+ GHz Coax Switches

Teledyne Defense Electronics Announces Expanded Range of 50+ GHz Coax Switches for 5G and Other Demanding Application - RF CafeTeledyne Relays today announced availability of a significantly expanded line of 50+ GHz coax switches, adding transfer switching, terminated, and normally-open models to its product line-up. These join the CCR-50U SPDT DC-53 GHz failsafe/ latching relay and CCR-39 SPnT DC-52 GHz latching coax relays that already enjoy wide acceptance. In addition to excellent RF performance, the family offers the widest operational temperature range (-55 to +85 °C), lowest weight and amongst the longest life (up to 5 million actuator cycles) of any 50 GHz switches available today...

Carl & Jerry: Sonar Sleuthing

Carl & Jerry: Sonar Sleuthing, August 1963 Popular Electronics - RF CafeIn this August 1963 adventure from Popular Electronics magazine, teenage techno-investigators Carl Anderson and Jerry Bishop use their home-brew sonar device to help the local sheriff nab a couple bank robbers. The "Hydro Probe" mentioned in the article was a real product manufactured by the Raymond Development Company of Watertown, Massachusetts (no longer in business). By this time the duo were students pursuing electrical engineering degrees at Parvoo University (a play on Perdue University, located in the boys' home state of Indiana). Enjoy.

Promote Your Company on RF Cafe

Sponsor RF Cafe for as Little as $40 per Month - RF CafeNew Scheme rotates all Banners in all locations on the page! RF Cafe typically receives 8,000-15,000 website visits each weekday. RF Cafe is a favorite of engineers, technicians, hobbyists, and students all over the world. With more than 16,000 pages in the Google search index, RF Cafe returns in favorable positions on many types of key searches, both for text and images. New content is added on a daily basis, which keeps the major search engines interested enough to spider it multiple times each day. Items added on the homepage often can be found in a Google search within a few hours of being posted. I also re-broadcast homepage items on LinkedIn. If you need your company news to be seen, RF Cafe is the place to be.

Thanks to TotalTemp Technologies for Continued Support!

TotalTemp Technologies - RF CafeTotalTemp Technologies has more than 40 years of combined experience providing thermal platforms. Thermal Platforms are available to provide temperatures between −100°C and +200°C for cryogenic cooling, recirculating circulating coolers, temperature chambers and temperature controllers, thermal range safety controllers, space simulation chambers, hybrid benchtop chambers, custom systems and platforms. Manual and automated configurations for laboratory and production environments. Please contact TotalTemp Technologies today to learn how they can help your project.

Thursday the 16th

Mathematics - Radio Tool

Mathematics - Radio Tool, June 1946, Radio-Craft - RF CafeRemember the early 1990s Teen Talk Barbie where one of her phrases, "Math class is tough!," caused a big kerfuffle because it ostensibly stereotyped girls as being afraid of math? Maybe if Talking GI Joe (this 1967 version is the one I had as a kid) also uttered a math phobia statement all would have been fine. The truth is that a large portion of both girls and boys (and men and women) of all ages break out in a cold sweat whenever the subject of math arises in print or in a conversation. The ARRL goes to great lengths to help ease the math anxiety of radio operators who are studying for a license exam. In this multi-part 1946 Radio−Craft magazine article, the authors attempt to assuage some of the reluctance of readers to apply mathematics to their electronics hobby endeavors...

Speed of GaN and Thermal Conductivity of Diamond

Speed of GaN and Thermal Conductivity of Diamond - RF Cafe"Seeking a route to high-performance power semiconductors, scientists in Japan have bonded gallium nitride to a diamond substrate – the latter an insulator whose thermal conductivity is many times that of copper or silver. 'The researchers succeed in the direct bonding of diamond and GaN at room temperature, and demonstrate that the bond can withstand heat treatments of 1,000°C, making it ideal for the high temperature fabrication process of GaN-based devices,' according to Osaka City University, home of the project. Unsurprisingly, attempts have already been made create a GaN-on-diamond, using some form of transition or adhesion layer..."

Log Polar Plane Stencil c1958

Log Polar Plane Stencil c1958 - RF Cafe SmorgasbordCanadian website visitor Richard F. sent me this photo of his "Log Polar Plane" acetate stencil, circa 1958. As a collector of vintage of science / technical paraphernalia, he ran across this as part of one of his acquisitions. "Computing Aids" is printed on it. I had never heard of the log polar plane, but according to the Wikipedia entry, "In mathematics, log-polar coordinates (or logarithmic polar coordinates) is a coordinate system in two dimensions, where a point is identified by two numbers, one for the logarithm of the distance to a certain point, and one for an angle. Log-polar coordinates are closely connected to polar coordinates, which are usually used to describe domains in the plane with some sort of rotational symmetry. In areas like harmonic and complex analysis, the log-polar coordinates are more canonical than polar coordinates." The David Young, on the University of Edinburgh website, explains, "Log-polar sampling is a spatially-variant image representation..."

December 1960 Popular Electronics Crossword Puzzle

Crossword Puzzle, December 1960 Popular Electronics - RF CafeIt was a little difficult to make out the shape within the crossword puzzle grid from this December 1960 issue of Popular Electronics magazine, so I got out my blue Crayon and filled in the hashed squares. It appears to be a transistor schematic symbol. Unlike the weekly RF Cafe crossword puzzles, not all of the clues and words are specifically related to science and engineering, but a large percentage of them are. Admittedly, I have the advantage of a software program to help place the words within the grid. Margaret LeFevre did not. Doing it by hand is a lot more work. I can't imagine how the people who created the New York Times' Sunday-size puzzles were able to do it without computer assistance!

Please Thank IPP for Their Long-Time Support!

Innovative Power ProductsInnovative Power Products (IPP) has over 30 years of experience designing & manufacturing RF & microwave passive components. Their high power, broadband couplers, combiners, resistors, baluns, terminations and attenuators are fabricated using the latest materials and design tools available, resulting in unrivaled product performance. Applications in military, medical, industrial and commercial markets are serviced around the world. Please take a couple minutes to visit their website and see how IPP can help you today.

Wednesday the 15th

Why the Tube Shortage

Why the Tube Shortage, June 1946, Radio-Craft - RF Cafe"Why the Tube Shortage" was not a question being asked by Radio−Craft magazine editor Hugo Gernsback, it was an explanation. It is similar to the present day situation with the "Global Chip Shortage" in all the headlines being blamed on the Wuhan Flu plandemic (sic) causing a worker shortage. It has affected everything from the production of smart watches to kitchen appliances to cars and trucks. In 1946, however, the cause of the vacuum tube shortage was a multi-faceted ordeal according to investigative work by Mr. Gernsback. Service shops were accusing tube manufacturers of favoring radio production companies while radio production companies accused the tube manufacturers of favoring service shops. The truth, ostensibly, was that the federal government still laid claims to a large portion of tube manufacturing for post-war defense needs, and at the same time labor strikes were crippling production lines...

Many Thanks to Berkeley Nucleonics for Continued Support!

Berkeley Nucleonics Corp - RF CafeBerkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) is a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement, and nuclear research. Founded in 1963, BNC initially developed custom pulse generators. We became known for meeting the most stringent requirements for high precision and stability, and for producing instruments of unsurpassed reliability and performance. We continue to maintain a leadership position as a developer of custom pulse, signal, light, and function generators. Our designs incorporate the latest innovations in software and hardware engineering, surface mount production, and automated testing procedures.

Communicating via Long-Distance Lasers

Communicating via Long-Distance Lasers - RF Cafe"Visible light has been used to communicate for centuries. Lanterns on ships and Morse code flashes allowed information to be conveyed at a distance. But now there's a better way to use light to communicate over even further distances and with far more accuracy: lasers. Launching in 2021, NASA's Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) is going to geostationary orbit, where it will communicate with the ground at gigabit speeds. It's the agency's latest step to get more data from space per downlink. Currently, most NASA missions use radio frequency communications to send data to and from spacecraft. Radio waves have been used in space communications since the beginning of space exploration and have a proven track record of success. However, as space missions generate and collect more data, the need for enhanced communications capabilities becomes paramount..."

ConductRF TEA80 TESTeCON Cables for DC - 18 GHz

ConductRF TEA80 TESTeCON Cables for DC to 18 GHz - RF CafeConductRF offers many lines of Lab & Production RF Test solutions for DC to 18 GHz. TEA80 series TESTeCON and TESTeLINK RF Cable lines feature standard connector choices include straight male, female, and bulkhead, and right angle male. Standard interfaces include type-N, TNC, SMA, 3.5 mm, and 2.92 mm. Phase stable testing ±4° to 18 GHz, amplitude stable to ±0.2 dB to 18 GHz, max power 170 W @ 18 GHz, flex life over 10,000 cycles, cable loss <0.330 dB/ft @ 18 GHz, VSWR <1.30:1 (typical < 1.20:1). These cables can be purchased directly from Digi-Key. ConductRF VNA series provides customers with reliable ruggedized solutions for lab and production vector network analyzer testing. With options for 18, 26.5, 40, 50 & 70 GHz...

Low-Frequency Narrow-Band FM

Low-Frequency Narrow-Band FM, July 1947 QST - RF CafeNarrow-band frequency modulation (NFM) was a relatively new technology in 1947, having been advanced significantly during World War II. Amateur radio operators were just getting their gear back on the air after having been prohibited from transmitting for the duration of the war (see "War Comes," January 1942 QST). Few were probably thinking about adopting and exploiting new modulation techniques, but for those who were and recognized FM as the path to the future of radio, QST published this fairly comprehensive treatment of both frequency modulation (FM) and phase modulation (PM). Mathematically, FM is the time derivative of PM. Both modulation schemes vary the carrier frequency in some proportion to the baseband signal. Author Byron Goodman provides some insight into the techniques...

Many Thanks to Bittele Electronics for Continued Support!

Bittele Electronics PCB Fabrication - RF CafeSince 2003, Bittele Electronics has consistently provided low-volume, electronic contract manufacturing (ECM) and turnkey PCB assembly services. It specializes in board level turnkey PCB assembly for design engineers needing low volume or prototype multi-layer printed circuit boards. Free Passive Components: Bittele Electronics is taking one further step in its commitment of offering the best service to clients of its PCB assembly business. Bittele is now offering common passive components to its clients FREE of Charge.


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