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Articles Tagged with ''signal''

Ardent's compression mount connector ideal for high speed SerDes and advanced applications

Ardent Concepts has announced the availability of a new, patented, high density termination assembly solution for true 40 Gbps/40 GHz coaxial-to-PCB transition. The Terminate-R™ from Ardent Concepts is a compression mount (solderless) connector designed to provide the lowest loss interface between multiple lanes of high speed digital channels on a PCB to another PCB or measurement instrumentation.


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Aeroflex launches modular WLAN 802.11ac test system with 160 MHz bandwidth

Aeroflex Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflex Holding Corp., announced a new test system based on its PXI 3000 Series modular instrumentation, which has been designed to offer measurements over a 160 MHz bandwidth at operating frequencies up to 6 GHz. The new system is particularly suited for making R&D, design verification, and production measurements on wireless LAN (WLAN) devices based on the IEEE 802.11ac standard, extending Aeroflex's market-leading 802.11ac measurement capability in PXI to cover the optional 160 MHz bandwidth.


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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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R&S introduces new harmonic filters for the R&S SMB100A microwave signal generator

Rohde & Schwarz now offers harmonic filter options for its R&S SMB100A microwave signal generator. These filters make it possible to achieve a harmonic suppression of more than –50 dBc over a wide frequency range from 150 MHz to max. 40 GHz. At low frequencies below 3 GHz, it is even possible to achieve an excellent –58 dBc.   


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