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Attenuator Design Kit
EMC Technology introduces a new ultra broadband, wire bondable chip attenuator kit, K-BAND-DKIT. Designed with high frequency in mind, this kit offers a complete selection of wire bondable attenuators both fixed (KFA) and temperature variable (KTVA). The products included in the kit operate effectively in the 16 to 36 GHz frequency range. This is the perfect design kit for the high frequency customer and provides an ample amount of both fixed and temperature compensating attenuators to complete most designs. The K series attenuator product can handle up to 200 mW and is available in many dB values with an operating temperature range from -55° to +150°C.
RS No. 225
High Power Terminations
Johanson Manufacturing Corp. has announced the production release of its new line of high-voltage terminations. The new line was developed in its NJ headquarters facility and is produced in volume at its Dominican Republic plant. Available in multiple package sizes with a range of termination values, the new family of terminations addresses critical circuit requirements, most notable in RF and power amplifier applications.
Johanson Manufacturing Corp.
RS No. 226
Elliptic Bandpass Filter
KR Electronics introduces part number 2897, a surface-mount 300 MHz group delay and amplitude equalized elliptic bandpass filter. The filter has a typical insertion loss of 3 dB and minimum 1 dB bandwidth of 48 MHz. The filter attains over 50 dB rejection by 225 and 380 MHz. Group delay variation is typically 5 nsec over the 48 MHz bandwidth. The filter is supplied in an surface-mount package measuring 2.0" × 0.5" × 0.3" and can also be supplied connectorized. The filter can be customized for other center frequencies and bandwidths.
KR Electronics Inc.
RS No. 227
Band Reject Filter
Lorch Model 18BRX-1350/X700-NM/N is a band reject filter with specifications of 70 dB from 1200 to 1570 MHz. Insertion loss is 1.2 dB from 20 to 1000 MHz and 1.5 dB from 1800 to 2500 MHz. The VSWR is 1.5:1 over this range also. Power handling is 100 W and package size is 2.5" × 1" × 1" with an operating temperature of -40° to +65°C.
RS No. 228
Reactel part number 2DP-EGSM-900 is a diplexer for the E-GSM Band. This unit features passbands of 880 to 915 and 925 to 960 MHz with an in-band insertion loss of less than 1.2 dB. With 40 dB of isolation and minimum handling capability of 20 W, this unit is a great fit for your application. For additional information, please contact the factory by calling (301) 519-3660, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting www.reactel.com.
RS No. 229
Micro Miniature SMA Switch
RLC Electronics’ micro miniature SMA switch is a single-pole two position type. The switch incorporates SMA connectors to allow high density packaging and excellent electrical performance through 26.5 GHz. The switch is available in failsafe and latching configurations with a choice of three different frequency ranges and three different coil voltages.
RLC Electronics Inc.
Mount Kisco, NY
RS No. 230
Type N Panel Receptacles
San-tron announced the release of a UG-58 A/U Type N panel receptacle that features single piece body construction. The seamless UG-58s are manufactured using a custom machine designed and built by San-tron for fully automated assembly. This automation and construction method saves time and money during the manufacturing process, allowing for lower prices that make the receptacles a cost efficient choice for the consumer. The one piece construction of the UG-58s also dramatically increases the reliability of the panel receptacle by eliminating interference. The result is consistently smooth signal transfer. The UG-58 A/U panel receptacles have a frequency range of DC to 11 GHz and a nominal impedance of 50 ohms.
RS No. 231
Interchangeable Connector Circulators
Utilizing the “QC” Interface, a wide range of connector types and loads can be chosen without ordering a custom circulator. Typical high power choices include N, HN, SC and EIA rigid line connectors. The circulator is operable over a 10 percent minimum bandwidth between 500 and 1600 MHz at power levels up to 50 kW peak and 1 kW average. Typical specs for the CT-1800-S Series are 20 dB minimum isolation, 0.3 dB loss and 1.25 VSWR over 0 to 65°C.
UTE Microwave Inc.
Asbury Park, NJ
RS No. 232
18 to 40 GHz SDLVA
Akon Inc. has available for immediate delivery an 18 to 40 GHz SDLVA with limited RF output (model A15-MCH212). This model is available with a -63 to +2 dBm video log range, ±1.5 dB video log linearity, and 11 nanosecond rise time, 40 nanosecond recovery time, and 15 nanosecond delay time.
San Jose, CA
RS No. 233
Hybrid Power Amplifier Modules
AR’s new line of wideband, hybrid power amplifier modules (HPM) cover the 6 to 18 GHz frequency range, and are the result of combining Microelectronic technology with the latest developments in thin film substrates. These hybrid modules require a single DC voltage source and are 50 ohm cascadable building blocks with output powers up to 37 dBm. AR offers the in-house capabilities to create custom HPM design solutions with frequencies from DC to 20 GHz. Bring AR your requirements and they will work with you to create a solution.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation
RS No. 234
Linear Power Amplifier
This QFN packaged GaAs MMIC linear power amplifier with 49 dBm OIP3 and 16.5 dB small- signal gain, identified as XP1039-QJ, covers 5.5 to 7.5 GHz and includes an on-chip temperature compensated power detector. The amplifier comes in an RoHS compliant, industry standard, fully molded 6×6 mm QFN package and includes on-chip ESD protection structures and DC bypass capacitors to ease implementation and volume assembly. The XP1039-QJ is well suited for highly linear communications applications such as point-to-point radio, LMDS, SATCOM and VSAT applications.
Mimix Broadband Inc.
RS No. 235
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