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Articles Tagged with ''line''

Aeroflex/Inmet launch POWERFILM line

Aeroflex/Inmet, an operating unit of Aeroflex Inc., has rebranded the surface mount resistive power products which were previously marketed under the Aeroflex/KDI-Resistor Products banner as POWERFILM™. This product line was transferred to Aeroflex/Inmet in August 2011, whereas product improvements coupled with pending new product introductions, provide a platform to introduce a new brand refocused on the foundation built over the past 50 years.


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API Technologies expands high performance PA line

API Technologies Corp., a provider of RF/microwave, microelectronics, and security solutions for critical and high-reliability applications, has expanded its power amplifier line of products to include the latest in GaN technology driven designs. This expanded line is specially intended for use in electronic warfare, RCIED countermeasures, and national security jammer applications where the use of rugged and highly reliable power amplifier designs is mission critical.


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AEM's high-reliability ferrite beads attain DSCC approval

AEM Inc. announces the immediate availability of its DSCC-approved line of ferrite chip beads designed for ultra-high-reliability applications. The HRB Series is the first and only line of ferrite beads manufactured with qualified materials and tested to compliance with DSCC drawing 03024. The DSCC drawing 03024 specifications prescribe the stringent physical, electrical and operational specifications for high-reliability ferrite chip shielding beads. 


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Pasternack Enterprises expands line of Schottky diode detectors

Pasternack Enterprises Inc., a leading ISO 9001:2008 manufacturer and global supplier of RF and microwave products, announces the expansion of their line of Schottky diode detectors.  RF detectors from Pasternack are coaxial components that convert the input RF signal strength into proportional DC voltage at its output, also referred to as “video out.”


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TI introduces 2.4 GHz SoCs to low-cost RF value line

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) announced that its low-cost radio frequency (RF) value line of system-on-chips (SoCs) now supports 2.4 GHz frequency bands with the new CC2543, CC2544 and CC2545 SoCs. The SoCs integrate a microcontroller (MCU), 32kB flash and one or two kB RAM on a single die, making them ideal solutions for consumer electronics requiring cost and space efficiency.


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