- Buyers Guide
Military Microwaves Supplement
Recent Advances in Radar Technology
Using Calibration to Optimize Performance in Crucial Measurements
* Product Brochure
This six-page brochure describes integrated assemblies, converter assemblies, log components, log IFs, components, filter banks and switch filter banks. Product photographs are provided. Descriptions of the company's manufacturing and engineering processes are included, as well as a company mission statement.
San Jose, CA (408) 432-8039.
Circle No. 200
* Trunking Antenna Catalog
This expanded 800/900/2400 MHz trunking antenna catalog covers all of the company's mobile, portable and fixed station antennas, as well as the latest information on specialized mobile radio, GSM, ISM, spread spectrum, wireless data and wireless local loop antennas and accessories. New products include a unity gain magnet-mount antenna and leaf spring NMO-mount roof antennas.
an Allen Telecom company,
Cleveland, OH (440) 349-8400.
Circle No. 201
* CD-ROM Product Catalog
This Electronic Catalog System contains the latest in software, product and technical information on the company's line of electronic components. It includes the latest catalog information on MLC and tantalum capacitors, power supply capacitors, resistor chips, arrays and networks, integrated passive components, thin-film inductors, SMT fuses, transient suppressors, filters, piezos, and timing devices. Company press releases and technical papers are also included along with information on technical seminars.
Myrtle Beach, SC (803) 946-0414.
Circle No. 212
* Reference CD-ROM
This comprehensive product reference CD-ROM contains technical information for the company's products, including power tube, photomultiplier and electro-optic product lines. It is updated with thousands of pages of information on new products, technical specifications and reference materials. Access to the information has been made easier and a search feature is included for users looking for specific products or attributes.
Burle Industries Inc.,
Lancaster, PA (800) 366-2875
or (717) 295-6888.
Circle No. 213
* Signal Processing Component and Subsystem Brochure
This six-page brochure details the company's existing line of subsystems and standard products, as well as new products in development. Product photographs, descriptions, specifications and model numbers are provided. A list of applications, including space and subsurface, military and commercial, is also included.
Sunnyvale, CA (408) 522-3838.
Circle No. 202
* Software Brochure
This six-page brochure details the HARBEC™ harmonic balance simulator, which combines robust simulation, high performance design and EM co-simulation with Spice model import capability, an extensive parts library and equations/post processing capability. Features include multi-tone harmonic balance analysis and optimization, DC analysis and optimization, real-time tuning and automatic nonlinear device linearization.
Norcross, GA (678) 291-0995.
Circle No. 214
* Product Brochure
This 20-page brochure lists all of the company's high quality GOLDMOS® metallized LDMOS FETs and easy-to-use 50 O hybrid modules. Flange drawings, technical articles and a decibel-watt conversion table are also included.
Morgan Hill, CA (877) 465-3667.
Circle No. 203
* Semiconductor Quick Reference Guide
This four-page reference guide provides information on packaged pHEMTs, discrete pHEMTs, discrete MMICs, InP Gunn diodes and GaAs Gunn diodes. Package configurations, performance characteristics and specifications are provided.
Filtronic, Santa Clara, CA (408) 988-1845.
Circle No. 204
* Rubidium Catalog
This 12-page catalog features the company's rubidium atomic frequency standards. Highlighted are the model FE-5650A, which measures 3.0" * 3.0" * 1.4", and the model FE-5652A, which has a temperature range of 40° to +85°C. Specifications and mechanical outlines, as well as application information and conversion charts are provided.
Mitchel Field, NY (516) 794-4500.
Circle No. 205
* Broadband RF Product Brochure
This six-page brochure describes the model HI-4000 measurement system, graphical EMF readouts, RF field probes, EMF analysis software and a portable RF survey system. Product photographs, descriptions, features and applications are provided.
Holaday Industries Inc.,
Eden Prairie, MN (612) 934-4920.
Circle No. 206
* Communications Product Catalog
This 116-page catalog covers a wide range of tool kits, hand and specialty tools, cable, telephone and electrical test equipment, and service aids. Many new products are also featured, including the company's JTS telecom test sets. The catalog can be viewed online at www.jensentel.com
Jensen Tools Inc.,
Phoenix, AZ (800) 426-1194
or (602) 453-3169.
Circle No. 207
* Custom Microwave Cable Assembly Catalog
This eight-page catalog features the SMA-M, TNC-F bulkhead and SMA-M 90° cable assemblies. In-depth product descriptions, drawings, specifications, qualifications, performance characteristics, applications and insertion loss vs. frequency graphs are included.
Kaman Aerospace Corp.,
Colorado Springs, CO (719) 635-6954.
Circle No. 208
* Application Notes
These seven application notes outline the UFB family of UTiFLEX® flexible microwave cable assemblies, focusing on the amplitude and phase stability vs. temperatures ranging from 50° to +100°C. Each note discusses a specific cable's performance and includes charts showing the percent change in insertion loss at various temperatures as well as phase stability.
Collegeville, PA (800) 223-2629.
Circle No. 209
* Product Guide
This product guide describes the company's solution to probing with silicon carbide. A high isolation probe station is described. Specifications are listed.
The Micromanipulator Company Inc., Carson City, NV (800) 967-2416
or (775) 882-2400.
Circle No. 210
* Advanced AC-to-DC Converter Guide
This comprehensive guide, Applying UFM500/
UFM1K AC to DC Converters (PowerPage™ 46), provides everything design engineers need to apply universal front-end modules (UFM) to their applications. A complete schematic with input filter, input fuse, transient protection and appropriate hold up capacitors is described.
Chatsworth, CA (800) 866-3590.
Circle No. 211
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