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Articles Tagged with ''directional''

KRYTAR releases new compact, directional coupler

 KRYTAR, Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment announces a new directional coupler operating in the frequency range of 12.4 to 18 GHz offering nominal coupling of 6 dB in a extremely compact package. 


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RFS enhances DAS portfolio with low PIM directional couplers & power dividers

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announces the availability of new models of its low PIM directional couplers and power dividers. Designed to support in-building and in-tunnel wireless applications using DAS systems, the latest products from RFS provide a cost-effective way to divide and distribute power as needed.


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TRM Microwave introduces 40 dB dual directional coupler

TRM Microwave's model DDH 4016 is a highly reliable, broadband dual directional coupler, ready for quick-turn and volume production. Operating in the 1 to 6 GHz frequency range and rated at 250 W CW, the DDH 4016 is designed for use across multiple broadband test applications.


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KRYTAR announces new dual directional coupler with 10 dB coupling

KRYTAR Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment, announces the continued expansion of its line of dual directional couplers with the addition of a new model offering 10 dB of coupling over the ultra-broadband frequency range of 0.5 to 8.0 GHz, in a single, compact and lightweight package.


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KRYTAR announces continued expansion of directional couplers with 3 compact, ultra-broadband models

KRYTAR Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment announces the continued expansion of its line of directional couplers with the addition of three new models offering high performance over the ultra-broadband frequency range of 0.5 to 26.5 GHz, each in a single, compact and lightweight package.


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KRYTAR announces a directional coupler with 30 dB coupling over 4-20 GHz

KRYTAR Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment, announces a new directional coupler operating in the frequency range of 4 to 20 GHz offering nominal coupling of 30 dB in an extremely compact package.


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KRYTAR announces a compact, stripline design microwave directional coupler

KRYTAR Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra- broadband microwave components and test equipment, announces a new directional coupler operating from 0.5 to 8.0 GHz frequency range offering superior low insertion loss, high directivity and tight coupling.


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Harris launches new line of cell phone repeaters and other components

Harris Communications, the nation’s leader in the creation, design and installation of enhanced wireless networks, cell phone repeaters,bi directional amplifier and bi directional antenna technology, announces the launch of their latest line of products that comply with the new changes that have been implemented by the FCC with new rules for cell phone boosters, giving booster makers an absolute advantage after years of debate over the issue. The FCC has also managed to get the nation's wireless carriers to all agree to the new changes in the rules.


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Richardson RFPD introduces family of new directional power detectors from M/A-COM

Richardson RFPD Inc. announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a family of new directional power detectors from M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (M/A-COM), featuring integrated low loss directional couplers and built-in temperature compensation circuits.


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Low cost K-Band FMCW ranging and directional sensor module

SAGE Millimeter's model SSP-24303-42-D1 is a low cost, production ready K-Band FMCW ranging and directional sensor module. The center frequency of the module is set at 24.125 GHz with +/-150 MHz frequency modulation bandwidth and +3 dBm nominal output power. The sensor operates from a single +5 .0 Vdc power supplier and typically draws 250-mA current and requires 0 to +15 volts voltage swing for electrical tuning.


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