Vaunix Technology Corp., a manufacturer of programmable, USB powered test equipment, added a new signal generator to their family of Lab Bricks, the LMS-183DX. This new product covers a frequency range of 6 to 18 GHz in a rugged, portable, palm-sized package.
L-3 Telemetry & RF Products (L-3 T&RF) announced that its new Advanced Flight Termination Receiver (AFTR-925) has successfully completed Range Commanders Council (RCC) 319-14 qualification testing at the company’s San Diego, Calif. facility.
Keysight Technologies Inc. announced a Gen 3 PXIe chassis and set of Gen 3 system components designed for complex, high-performance applications. Doubling the system bandwidth, the new products improve data streaming for capture/playback applications, such as 5G and electronic warfare. The Gen 3 products also provide a superior platform for large multi-channel and multi-chassis PXIe test systems for applications, such as MIMO and PA/FEM.
Over 600 companies exhibited, from 3D Glass Solutions to Zik and all the companies that have anchored IMS for years. It was impossible for Microwave Journal to visit each of the firms that filled Moscone Center, but we did our best. The following summarizes what we saw and learned during the three very hectic days of the exhibition.
Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, introduces the new PEM009-KIT 60 GHz development system which offers designers the ability to perform product development and experimentation of single and multi-carrier high bandwidth modulation covering 57 to 64 GHz in the globally unlicensed ISM frequency spectrum.