Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced a multi-channel antenna calibration reference solution for calibrating and characterizing large, multi-channel phased-array antennas during integration and manufacturing.
Royal Australian Navy warships will be better protected against the threat of anti-ship missiles following a decision that opens the way to equip the ships with an upgraded version of the Evolved Seasparrow missile system announced Australia's Minister for Defence, Senator David Johnston.
Fox Electronics, a leading global supplier of frequency control solutions and an IDT company, now offers a 1.8 V HCMOS XpressO-ULTRA oscillator. This latest line expansion provides lower power consumption without sacrificing performance. Designers can employ a compact 1.8 V ultra-precision oscillator that works at the same circuit level as modern chip sets.
Laird, a global technology company, has launched the patent pending Ultra Phantom low profile vertical antenna product line. The Ultra Phantom is the industry's smallest high-performance omnidirectional low profile UHF antenna designed for use in government, public safety and industrial/commercial market segments. The low profile design reduces height clearance issues on specialty and heavy duty vehicles with secure mounting hardware that deters antenna vandalism.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”), a leading supplier of high performance RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products announced a family of eight new baluns for CATV MoCA applications. The devices are available as surface mount and are ideal for real estate constrained customers. Boasting excellent temperature stability and broadband performance, these devices are lead free and RoHS compliant.
The BepiColombo European spacecraft, by Airbus Defence and Space is undergoing final functional tests at the Thales Alenia Space plant in Turin, Italy and will be shipped to ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Center.
Soccer fans headed for Mineirão Stadium in Belo Horizonte and Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro can count on instant access to wireless communications anywhere in the stadium on a network infrastructure enabled by Radio Frequency Systems (RFS).