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Articles Tagged with ''module''

A Compact, Low Cost 10 MHz to 40 GHz Amplifier Module

Fourth Lockheed Martin MUOS satellite entering system test as communication module and multi-beam antenna installed

Aerospace & Defense

Lockheed Martin has integrated two of the most important components onto its fourth Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellite for the U.S. Navy. Recently engineers mated the multi-beam assembly, which hosts 16 ultra-high frequency (UHF) antennas for distributed, global communications coverage. Earlier this year, the team delivered and integrated the vehicle’s communications system module. With bus and payload now together, the satellite is entering its first system check-outs before progressing to environmental test.


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RFMW introduces 2 W PA module from RFMD

RFIC

RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the RFPA2026, 700 to 2700MHz, 2W power amplifier module from RFMD. The RFPA2026 is a 3-stage module with independent bias control for each stage plus the ability to bypass the first stage to reduce gain and power consumption. With all stages active, the RFPA2026 provides 38dB of gain at 2140MHz with a corresponding P1dB of 33dBm.


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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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M2M cellular module shipments to reach 100 million units by 2015

Based on 2012 shipment data, where cellular module revenues grew 21 percent YoY, ABI Research expects to see a further increase in shipments, reaching nearly 100 million units by 2015.


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L-3 electron devices Introduces a breakthrough form factor for Ku-Band amplifiers

L-3 Electron Devices announced that it is introducing its smallest microwave power module to date. The new NanoMPM® amplifier represents a breakthrough form factor in microwave amplifiers, achieving greater than 40 watts of saturated Ku-Band output power while weighing in at less than 1.5 pounds.


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Microsemi's new RF modules speed time-to-market for implantable medical device designers

Ethertronics introduces EtherModule 1.0 plug-and-play solution for M2M apps

Ethertronics, a leading technology company enabling innovative antenna and RF system solutions to deliver the best connected experience, unveiled EtherModule 1.0™. Ideal for M2M and other wireless devices, EtherModule 1.0 is a turnkey, plug-and-play, active antenna system module combining Ethertronics’ advanced antenna architecture and EtherChip 1.0™ tunable capacitor on a printed circuit board, for easy integration by wireless product designers.


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OML source modules are universally compatible with 20 GHz signal generators

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.


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Auriga Microwave launches 4th generation TR module test system with Auriga WIDE

Auriga Microwave, an international leader in designing and manufacturing innovative RF/microwave solutions, announced the release of their next generation TR module test system, CTS-4.


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