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Analog Devices, Inc. introduced new highly integrated RF ICs that greatly simplify the design and reduce the development cost of multi-band base stations and point-to-point (PtP) radios. These new devices include the ADRF6720 I/Q modulator, ADRF6820 I/Q demodulator and ADRF6612 dual-mixer. The highly integrated devices enable the design of base station and high-performance radios requiring multi-band support, high dynamic range and wide channel bandwidths. These products are ideal for designs for 3G/4G communication, microwave PtP radios, military/aerospace and instrumentation applications. ADI’s new RF ICs offer the same performance as radio designs based on a combination of discrete solutions, yet in a significantly smaller form factor. The new devices feature an embedded low phase noise synthesizer, RF switch and balun, digital step attenuator (DSA) and programmable linearity optimization.
Linear Technology announces the LTC6431-20, a 20 MHz to 2 GHz single-ended input and output fixed gain amplifier offering outstanding 46.2 dBm OIP3 (Output Third Order Intercept) and 2.6 dB noise figure. Its OP1dB (Output 1dB Compression Point) is a best-in-class 22 dBm.
RFMW Ltd. and Aviacomm Inc. announced a distribution agreement effective April 1, 2014. The agreement initially covers customers in North America, Europe and South East Asia with the possibility of future expansion. Aviacomm is a leader in wideband RF CMOS ICs. RFMW Ltd. is a specialized distributor providing customers and suppliers with focused distribution of RF and microwave components as well as specialized component-engineering support.
Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, has received $49 million in orders to provide a nation in Asia with enhanced tactical communications and field support.
Harris Corp. has received $82 million in orders from an international customer for radio communication systems that enable enhanced command and control and real-time situational awareness.
Aeroflex and Hytera announce a joint relationship for automated test and alignment of Hytera DMR series radios
Aeroflex Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflex Holding Corp., announced an agreement with Hytera Inc. to provide automated test and alignment capabilities for Hytera DMR Series Radios on the Aeroflex 3920B Digital Radio Test Set. Initial test capabilities will be focused on the following Hytera DMR portable radios: PD702, PD782, PD792, PD882, HD702, HD782, HD795, SD982, X1e, and X1p. The program will be later expanded to provide test and alignment of Hytera DMR mobiles.
Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, has successfully completed initial interoperability testing of its widely fielded Falcon III® AN/PRC-117G multiband manpack radio hosting the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) waveform. MUOS is the next-generation U.S. Department of Defense military satellite communications system for delivering cellular-based service through tactical radios.
MIMOtech, a specialist in high capacity point-to-point radios, has announced a strategic partnership with CSG Science & Technology Co. Ltd. (CSG Hefei), under which CSG Hefei has acquired an undisclosed amount of MIMOtech’s share capital.
Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, has received orders totaling $18 million for Falcon III® manpack and handheld tactical radios from the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). The orders were received during the second quarter of fiscal 2014.
Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, has received $21 million in orders from a NATO country for Falcon® multiband tactical radios. The orders were received during the second quarter of fiscal 2014.