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Articles Tagged with ''series''

Anritsu introduces series of PC-controlled ShockLine VNAs

Test & Measurement

Anritsu Co. expands its ShockLine™ family of vector network analyzers (VNAs) with the introduction of the MS46122A series.


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Delta introduces new mini DIN series of low PIM connectors

 Delta Electronic's 4.1/9.5 Mini DIN series of coaxial connectors are designed to meet the growing demands of today’s high performance mobile communications systems.  


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Coilcraft's planar transformers combine high efficiency, excellent DCR and very low leakage inductance

Coilcraft has released two new series of surface mount planar transformers for power over Ethernet (PoE) and -48V network power applications. The PL160 Series is rated for 160 Watts between 200 kHz and 700 kHz with a nominal 48 V input, and the PL300 Series is rated to 300 Watts.


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Coilcraft's 0603USB series common mode choke optimized for USB 3.0, HDMI, IEEE 1394 and LVDS applications

Coilcraft’s 0603USB Series Common Mode Chokes virtually eliminate common mode noise in high-speed, differential mode signal transmission applications such as USB 3.0, HDMI, SATA, IEEE1394 and LVDS, supporting data rates up to 4.8 Gbit/s.


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API's new pre-filtered GPS LNA designed to amplify and protect

RFIC

API Technologies Corp. introduces a new series of pre-filtered GPS LNAs designed to amplify signals while filtering out interferers. The cost-effective 312 Series is smaller, lighter and offers improved performance, replacing the existing line of standard parts.


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Compact footprint, reliable operating performance offered in new SMD OCXO from Fox

Fox Electronics, a leading global supplier of frequency control solutions and an IDT company, now offers the low power FTP Series, a surface mount OCXO featuring a compact footprint of only 14.3 x 9.3 x 6.7 mm and power consumption of only 0.6 W maximum.


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Gowanda's RF inductors approved for military market

Gowanda Electronics, a designer and manufacturer of precision electronic components for radio frequency and power applications, announced that the company recently achieved military approval for four thru-hole RF inductor series: MLRF10M, MLRF15M, MLRF18M and MLRF17S. These Gowanda series meet the military’s Qualified Product List (QPL) requirement for military spec MIL-PRF-15305. 


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Agilent announces ENA Series network analyzer that reduces cost, optimizes test of RF components

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced theE5063A ENA Series network analyzer, a low-cost ENA solution for manufacturing test. The instrument offers optimized performance and functionality for testing simple RF passive components, such as handset/BTS antennas, RF cables and filters. It can also be used in R&D for evaluation of RF passive devices and dielectric materials.


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RFS introduces the industry’s most compact and lightest 3ft antennas

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced the addition of new 3ft options to its portfolio of CompactLine® EASY microwave antennas that will enable customers to better overcome the challenges of microwave backhaul and ultimately reduce TCO. Engineered to provide high performance in a light, compact, easy-to-deploy package, the new SC3/SCX3 series CompactLine EASY microwave antennas are more than 20 percent lighter than competing products on the market.


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Vishay releases RCP thick film chip resistors on AIN substrates

Vishay Intertechnology Inc. introduced a new series of thick film chip resistors for high-power, surface-mount RF applications. Offered in the compact 1206 case size, the Vishay Dale RCP series devices feature a power rating of 1 W at +70°C with a standard board mount and up to 11 W with active temperature control.


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