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With the R&S RSC family, Rohde & Schwarz is launching a unique range of switchable step attenuators. The product family encompasses the world's first step attenuator up to 67 GHz and a precision model with 0.1 dB step size offering excellent accuracy and stability.
EAM's low loss cable assemblies provide the highest level of electrical performance for applications requiring extremely low attenuation over a broad frequency range. By combining silver-plated copper center conductor, expanded PTFE tape dielectric, aluminum polyester or polymide tape, silver-plated copper outer braid, and FEP jacket, these low loss cable assemblies achieve outstanding electrical characteristics to 18 GHz.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Johanson Technology’s (JTI) newly introduced 2.4 GHz, high-rejection bandpass filter (BPF) with land grid array (LGA)-type terminations. This brand new BPF has the highest close-to-passband rejection with the smallest footprint ever made by JTI.
Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group company,is introducing a new product line for both in-Building and outdoor DAS applications, the DCC Series™ DAS Carrier Conditioners. These products are equally suited for passive DAS venues and for active fiber DAS installations.
For generating synthesized millimeter wave signals, OML announces source module compatibility with the best-in-class Anritsu MG3690C series of RF/Microwave signal generators. This solution offers engineers an innovative tool for design characterization, performance verification and system emulation where output power, spectral purity, pulse widths and switching speed are desirable attributes.
San-tron Inc., a leading manufacturer of RF and microwave coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has introduced its new line of SRX™ cable assemblies for low PIM requirements. The SRX line is an engineered suite of low PIM cable assemblies designed to support system integrators. Several different deployment scenarios encompassing cabinet integration, short cable runs or jumper applications, long haul cable runs, indoor use, outdoor use, riser, and plenum environments, have been accommodated for and include interconnect options for SMA, N, 7/16, and TNC mating.
TriQuint Semiconductor Inc., a leading RF products manufacturer and foundry services provider, has introduced its first four high-performance Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) GPS diplexer modules that are nearly three times smaller than ceramic diplexers. The new family can employ any TriQuint CSP5 packaged RF filter, with the first four devices focused on the low loss/high attenuation GPS needs of commercial and defense systems including communications, ECCM and navigation.
The NoiseWave NW-ATE series, an economical and rugged programmable noise generator, now covering from 10 MHz up to 40 GHz, is ideal for military and SATCOM applications including Ka-Band tests such as BER vs. Eb/No, interference, and jamming.
State of the Art (SOTA) Inc., a leading manufacturer of military, space level and high reliability chip resistors, introduces a new line of temperature variable attenuators (TVA) for both high reliability and commercial applications. They are available in a 1512 case size (.150" X .125" X .020") with single surface solderable or wire bondable terminations.
The HR42W series of high performance, precision SMA coaxial fixed attenuators expands EMC Technology’s current offering of high reliability products. These coaxial attenuators offer superior attenuation accuracy, with extended broadband frequency operation from DC to 18 GHz.