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PROCESSING EQUIPMENT

February 1, 1999
PROCESSING EQUIPMENT High Speed, Ultra-precision Semirigid Cable Saw This saw is designed to perform precise cutting of semirigid coax cable. The tool can trim or cut cable to a tolerance of 0.0005" in less than two seconds and without leaving any burr on the cable. A precision slide mechanism...
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ANTENNAS

February 1, 1999
ANTENNAS INMARSAT 4' Antenna The model AS48-15C/D INMARSAT 4' antenna with radome is designed for fixed-site applications for high wind requirements. The unit operates over a frequency range of 1525 to 1660 MHz, consists of a 4' reflector and circular-polarized L-band feed with a conical radome and is supported...
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AMPLIFIERS

February 1, 1999
AMPLIFIERS Ultra-broadband Limiting Amplifier The model ADC-LA-0218 ultra-broadband limiting amplifier covers the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range and features dual in-phase RF outputs. Standard units operate from -20° to 70°C and feature +/-0.75 dB saturated output power across both frequency and temperature. In addition, Psat is +16 dBm...
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DEVICES

February 1, 1999
DEVICES Zero-bias Schottky Diode The model ASI-3486 zero-bias Schottky diode is designed as a replacement part for the recently discontinued Hewlett-Packard model HSCH-3486 and M/A-COM model MA4E928B-54 zero-bias units. The silicon diode features hermetic glass packaging and is designed for high sensitivity applications up to 10 GHz. The unit...
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SOURCES

February 1, 1999
SOURCES Rubidium Frequency Source The Rhino series portable rubidium-based frequency source is designed for both field andlaboratory utilization. Outputs for CDMA equipment include 19.6608 MHz, 1 PPS, phase-adjustable 1 PPS and 1/2 PPS synchronized to UTC. The frequency source includes eight buffered 10 MHz outputs with rubidium standard stability....
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INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

February 1, 1999
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 2.4 - 2.5 GHz WLAN Chipset The Waverider 2 series wireless local area network (WLAN) chipset operates in the 2.4 to 2.5 GHz ISM band and consists of a wireless data controller (model WL102B), 2.4 to 2.5 GHz RF and IF circuit (model WL600C) and 2.5 GHz...
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TEST EQUIPMENT

February 1, 1999
TEST EQUIPMENT Signal Analyzers The FSIQ series signal analyzers offer fully integrated spectrum, modulation and time analysis for wideband CDMA applications and wireless standards, including GSM, IS-136 and IS95-CDMA. Three models are available with different frequency bands, including the 20 Hz to 3.5 GHz model FSIQ3, 20 Hz to...
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SUBSYSTEMS

February 1, 1999
SUBSYSTEMS Receive Switch Matrix The SWRxxx series receive switch matrix is designed for use in relay cell local multipoint distribution service wireless systems where two receivers are used. The unit provides monitoring of the receiver's critical operating parameters and provides microprocessor-controlled automatic switching to a hot-standby receive path. The...
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SOFTWARE

February 1, 1999
SOFTWARE Filter Design Programs The PCFILT and S/FILSYN filter design programs have been upgraded to operate under the 32-bit Windows '95/'98/NT operating systems. PCFILT has been fully converted to a true Windows program, allowing it to take advantage of the features of these new operating systems. While still DOS...
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Catalog Update

January 1, 1999
Catalog Update Wireless Communications Brochure This four-page brochure details the company's wireless communications products, including amplifiers (LDMOS multicarrier, wireless local loop, masthead, paging power and CDMA) and multicouplers. Product photographs are provided. AML Communications, Camarillo, CA (805) 388-1345. Antenna and Accessory Brochure This eight-page brochure describes antennas and accessories...
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