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Articles Tagged with ''broadband''

NuWaves introduces improved flagship 10 W L- & S-BAND RF power amplifier module

NuWaves Engineering, an international radio frequency (RF) and microwave solutions provider, announced the release of an upgraded broadband RF power amplifier (PA) for L- and S-band transmitters and data radios, the NuPower™ 12B01A model, featuring improved power efficiency and operational temperature performance and a wider supply voltage range.


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ViaSat receives first Supplemental Type Certificate for in-cabin distribution system

ViaSat Inc., a global broadband services and technology company, has received its first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the FAA for its in-cabin distribution system. This is the first of two significant STCs ViaSat expects to obtain with respect to in-flight entertainment and connectivity, with the second STC anticipated in Q1 2016 for its hybrid Ku/Ka-band antenna system.


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Pasternack unveils new line of coaxial packaged bi-directional amplifiers

Pasternack, a manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, introducesa new line of bi-directional amplifiers that are used for sending and receiving radio signals in key applications such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), unmanned ground vehicles, L and S Band radar, military radio, commercial air traffic control, weather and earth observation, satellites and high gain driver power amplifiers. 


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Crystek's ultra-low phase noise LVPECL clock oscillator

 Crystek Corp. has launched the CCPD-575, a new ultra-low phase noise LVPECL oscillator providing a -162 dBc/Hz noise floor.  Compact and powerful, the CCPD-575 has an industry leading phase noise for an LVPECL oscillator – at least 15 dB lower phase noise than most LVPECL oscillators on the market today. Close-in phase noise is also excellent @ -90 dBc/Hz for the 100 MHz variant. This overall ultra-low phase noise translates to a typical phase jitter of 85 fS RMS (12 kHz to 20 MHz). 


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