Renaissance has designed a new octave band drop-in circulator, 3G7BH that covers a bandwidth of 5.2 to 11 GHz over -20 ° to +85° C. With insertion loss less than 0.95 dB over the entire band, the circulator is robust to handle 20 W of incident RF power. Return loss and isolation of 13 dB ensures better match to the RF circuitry where it's being placed.
NIC introduces a 200 MHz fundamental frequency crystal filter used to achieve spectral purity and noise reduction in clock/timing chain applications. Some of the features include a hermetically sealed package, low insertion loss of < 6 dB, and rejection of > 40 dB at Fc ± 100 KHz.
NIC introduces a Ku band Cavity bandpass filter designed for use in airborne, ship-mount and vehicle-mount applications in harsh military environments. This filter offers low insertion loss of < 1 dB and high selectivity in a small package size of approx 1.4 x 0.5 x0.35 inches.
NIC introduces a wideband LNA operating over the frequency range of 4.4 to 5 GHz, designed for use in C-band, radar and SATCOM applications. This LNA offers a high gain of 30 dB, sub 1 dB noise figure, and low current consumption and input power protection.