||Note that "baud rate" is like saying "symbol rate rate" which doesn't make any sense, does it? Thanks, Mike!
||bulk acoustic wave
||Similar to surface acoustic wave technology.
||bit error rate
||The number of errors over a given period of time expressed as a percentage.
||A system of power combiners and phase shifters that is used to steer an array.
||bipolar complementary metal-oxide semiconductor
||The RF devices that are used in SiGe.
||Refers to output signals that are generated by a piece of hardware whose only function is to help you determine if your hardware is working.
||built-in test equipment
||See above. Alternately, a verb, as in reality BITEs.
||bipolar junction transistor
||A good old-fashioned semiconductor device recently made useful into the lower microwave frequencies.
||A wireless networking convention named after a dead Danish king
||bayonet N-type connector
||A type of RF connector from the dark ages (useful only to UHF frequencies).
||bill of materials
||The whole ball of wax required to assemble all of your widgets.
||A two-port network that rejects signals outside of a certain frequency band.
||binary phase-shift keying
||Thanks to Adam for the correction!
||Also, bravo sierra...
||beats the (stuffing) out of me
||Who busted the scope probe? BSOM!
||backward wave oscillator