With over 30 years in the RF/microwave industry, Passive Plus Inc. manufactures high quality, high power passive components using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques. Specializing in magnetic & non-magnetic HI-Q capacitors and power resistive product lines, PPI supplies reliable quality components to the aerospace, telecommunications, medical, semiconductor and military industries.
Joining a growing sector of Granite State manufacturers, TRM Microwave of Bedford has transitioned to a certified woman-owned small business. The decision to transfer the future of TRM, a major supplier of defense-related passive RF components, from Anthony Tirollo to current CEO Wendy Tirollo coincides with the company’s 45th anniversary.
Mini-Circuits is pleased to present the industry’s widest selection of products specially designed and specified for DOCSIS 3.1 compliant systems and equipment. Their catalog for these applications features over 60 off-the-shelf models from passive devices such as transformers, splitter/combiners, couplers and diplexers to active components including amplifiers, switches, equalizers and more.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions Holdings Inc. ("MACOM"), a leading supplier of high-performance RF, microwave, millimeterwave and photonic products, announced a comprehensive new portfolio of passive components for DOCSIS 3.1 compliant cable TV (CATV) and broadband Internet systems.
Modelithics and Passive Plus, a valued Modelithics Vendor Partner (MVP), are pleased to announce the availability of high-accuracy simulation models for a number of Passive Plus capacitor families. The Modelithics COMPLETE Library, now contains microwave Global™ models for Passive Plus 0505C and 1111C Low ESR capacitors, and the 0201N, 0402N, 0603N, and 0805N ultra-low ESR capacitor families. A Passive Plus broadband capacitor model (0201BB104) has also been added, and features validation up to 65GHz.
New research conducted by IDTechEx, and published in the report "RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2014-2024," finds that the RFID market - including tags, readers, software and services, for passive and active RFID - will grow from $7.88 billion in 2013 to $9.2 billion in 2014. Most growth is due to active RFID/RTLS systems, interrogators, and then tags, in terms of total money spent.
Sonnet Software Inc. introduces Blink™, the first multi-solver passive device modeling suite, now available for purchase. Blink operates entirely from within the Cadence® Virtuoso® environment and is used for the analysis of on-chip passive devices such as spiral inductors and MIM capacitors.
ABI Research expects the market for in-building wireless equipment and deployments to grow to over $8 billion in 2019, up from a forecast $4.4 billion for 2014 representing a 14% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).