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July 5, 2007
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Microwave Amplifier Brochure

The microwave amplifier brochure from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation features a wide range of microwave amplifiers.The brochure highlights the “S” series (1 to 800 W, 0.8 to 20 GHz) and TWT amplifier series (1 to 4000 W, 0.8 to 45 GHz). The brochure includes photographs, descriptions, specifications and performance graphs for each model.






AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation,
Souderton, PA (215) 723-8181,
www.ar-worldwide.com.

RS No. 310

MicroStripes/FloEMC Catalog

Predicting 3D high frequency electro-magnetic radiation is an increasingly important requirement for many different industries and application areas. Understanding and optimizing the performance of antenna and microwave devices for all types of wireless systems is crucial for the telecommunications, military, automotive and aerospace industries. For the electronics industry, containing electromagnetic emissions from electronic equipment to ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is also a key legal requirement. The company’s MicroStripes and FloEMC products address all of these application areas.

Flomerics Inc.,
Marlborough, MA (508) 357-2012,
www.flomerics.com.

RS No. 311

Microwave Modules and Subsystems Catalog

The microwave modules and subsystems catalog features full specifications on 42 microwave components and synthesizers ideal for test and measurement, telecom, military and space applications. This new microwave specialty catalog features a wide variety of connectorized components based on the company’s high performance MMICs. To request a 2007 microwave modules and subsystems catalog please visit www.hittite.com and select the “Submit Inquiry” button.

Hittite Microwave Corp.,
Chelmsford, MA (978) 250-3343,
www.hittite.com.

RS No. 312

Short Form Brochure

This short form brochure features the company’s complete product offering including chip resistors, chip terminations, chip attenuators, planar dividers and planar filters. The brochure highlights key product features, specifications and parameters as well as the company’s custom capabilities. It includes IMS’s new IMA series attenuators with values to 70 dB and IMF series planar filters.

International Manufacturing Services Inc.,
Portsmouth, RI (401) 683-9700,
www.ims-resistors.com.

RS No. 313

Microscope Inspection Data Sheet

This data sheet features complete detail on the company’s NAT-31 Microscope Inspection System with Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0 camera that resolves 1 micron or less features. High clarity zoom optics use a 0.7X-4.5X objective lens for magnification of 42X- 270X with the standard 0.5X auxiliary lens and 84X-540X without. This system is ideal for demanding research environments and teaching facilities.

J microTechnology Inc.,
Portland, OR (503) 614-9509,
www.jmicrotechnology.com.

RS No. 314

Microwave Cable Assemblies

Micro-Coax’s UTiFLEX® Ultralight microwave cable assemblies are outlined in a six-page brochure. Incorporating ARACON® metal clad fibers, UTiFLEX Ultralight cable assemblies provide the lightest weight, lowest insertion loss and best radiation resistance in a flexible cable construction. The cable assemblies are optimized for spaceflight applications.

Micro-Coax,
Pottstown, PA (610) 495-0110,
www.micro-coax.com.

RS No. 315

Broadband Microwave Amplifiers Catalog

Narda Microwave-East announced that it is adding stocked microwave amplifiers to its portfolio of microwave catalog components. Sub-octave, octave and multi-octave bandwidth models at frequencies between 0.5 and 18 GHz featuring low noise with output power to +30 dBm. Popular models will be available off the shelf. Those not stocked are typically available in less than four weeks ARO.

Narda Microwave-East,
Hauppauge, NY (631) 231-1700,
www.nardamicrowave.com.

RS No. 316

Hi-Q Capacitor Catalog

This Hi-Q capacitor catalog includes the company’s porcelain 10 series (P90), 70 series (NPO) and a new NPO EIA offering. Detailed mechanical and performance data are available for A case: 0.055" x 0.055" operational up to 300 W VDC; B case: 0.110" x 0.110" operational up to 1000 W VDC; C case: 0.225" x 0.225" operational up to 5000 W VDC; E case: 0.390" x 0.390" operational up to 7200 W VDC and a full line of EIA sizes (0402, 0603, 0805). Products are available in various termination styles.

PassivePlus Inc./Dalicap,
Huntington Station, NY (631) 425-0938,
www.passiveplus.com.

RS No. 317

Agile Precision Frequency Sources

This catalog describes the company’s complete line of PTS frequency synthesizers. These synthesizers produce fast-switching, low phase-noise precision frequencies. With easy remote programming they are vital in advanced measurement or production systems and also serve as stand-alone test equipment. Numerous options and accessories that can be combined to provide a product that will closely match custom specifications. Models ranging from 0.1 to 6400 MHz are available.

Programmed Test Sources Inc.,
Littleton, MA (978) 486-3400,
www.programmedtest.com.

RS No. 318

Product Catalog

The new 2007/2008 catalog includes new products such as ­Radio Waves’ complete family of WiMAX antennas, new sector antennas for 3.5 GHz fixed wireless networks, new 4.9 GHz series antennas for public safety, new high performance parabolic antennas for 5 GHz and new high frequency licensed band antennas.

Radio Waves Inc.,
N. Billerica, MA (978) 459-8800,
www.radiowavesinc.com.

RS No. 319

RFMD® 2007 Designer’s Handbook











Available in hard copy and CD, the Designer’s Handbook showcases RFMD’s broad product portfolio of RF systems and solutions for applications that drive mobile communications. Includes technical data on RFMD’s industry-leading power amplifiers, front-end modules, transceivers, SoCs and other integrated components for mobile handset, cellular base station, WLAN and GPS applications—all backed by RFMD’s commitment to service, technical support and quality. Visit the company’s web site for the most current product information.

RFMD,
Greensboro, NC (336) 678-5570,
www.rfmd.com.

RS No. 320

Capabilities Brochure

This four-page color brochure highlights the company’s capabilities in the design and manufacture of microwave sources in the 1 to 40 GHz spectrum, including: voltage-controlled oscillators, direct and indirect frequency synthesizers, multi-loop frequency synthesizers, multi-octave broadband frequency synthesizers, phase-locked oscillators and digitally-tuned oscillators. Products are designed to provide solutions to the most difficult requirements facing today’s systems engineers.

Spinnaker Microwave Inc.,
Santa Clara, CA (408) 732-9828,
www.spinnakermicrowave.com.

RS No. 321

Wireless Products Catalog

The 12th edition of the LMR® Wireless Products Catalog includes the entire range of LMR cables including LMR-DB, LMR-FR, LMR-Ultraflex, LMR-LLPL and LMR-75. Also added in this latest edition are LMR-lite, LMR Bundled Cable, SilverLine and TuffGrip test cables and SilverLine QMA Adaptor kits. LMR cables are low loss, flexible, non-kinking RF transmission line cables that utilize easy-to-install connectors and are suitable for use as antenna feeders, system jumpers and interconnects.

Times Microwave Systems,
Wallingford, CT (203) 949-8400,
www.timesmicrowave.com.

RS No. 322

Product Selection Guide

This product selection guide provides a simple overview of the company’s new and existing RF devices for engineers. Products detailed in the guide are designed for a wide range of applications in wireless base stations, WiFi, WiMAX, GPS, cellular, digital cable, satellite and optical communications systems. TriQuint created the guide to support its vision for simplifying connectivity in fixed and mobile environments. Get the guide by visiting www.triquint.com/rf to receive a .pdf download or to order a printed copy.

TriQuint Semiconductor Inc.,
Hillsboro, OR (503) 615-9000,
www.triquint.com.

RS No. 323

Brochure Tells Lean Manufacturing Story

This brochure details the company’s road to Lean Manufacturing. In it, UltraSource reviews the personal journey towards Lean and outlines some key achievements along the way, including a 475 percent increase in a critical productivity metric. Readers will also learn how documented operational procedures are leveling workloads and visual communication boards and “Kaizen” meetings are revolutionizing the operational culture of the facility.

UltraSource Inc.,
Hollis, NH (800) 742-9410,
www.ultrasource.com.

RS No. 324

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