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San-tron Inc., a 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. has released a new 7-bit digital step attenuator (DSA) that delivers the low insertion loss, high speed, linearity and and advanced, fine-grain resolution required by designers of base station transceivers, test equipment and many other similar applications. The TQP4M9083 provides up to 31.75 dB of attenuation in 0.25-dB steps and operates from 400 MHz to 3.5 GHz.
RF Micro Devices Inc., a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance radio frequency components and compound semiconductor technologies, announced the release of the RFVA0016 — a highly integrated one-quarter watt (1/4W) analog-controlled variable gain amplifier (VGA).
EMC Technology has introduced another cost effective solution for temperature compensation in an SMT planar style, the AN11 series. This ultra mini Thermopad® offers the smallest 0402 package size for temperature variable attenuators in the industry. The AN11 series is perfect for hand held devices and instruments, pico base stations and more. With excellent frequency response from DC to 6 GHz the AN11 series handles 100mW of input power, requires no bias or control voltages and generates zero distortion.