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Four L-Band dBi Ultra Flex Omni Antennas

southewest-antennasSouthwest Antennas has released four L-Band 1.35 to 1.4 GHz, 2.15 dBi Ultra Flex Omni antennas, available with several RF connector options. These L-Band options complement the existing line of S & C Band Ultra Flex Omni Antennas. These small, lightweight, and rugged antennas are ideal for handheld radios, body-worn radios, wireless broadcast camera systems, UAV communication, and many other applications and are also available from 2.1 to 2.5 GHz and 5 to 6 GHz.


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Low Phase Noise OCXO: MV269

MV269wROHSMorion has released the new MV269, low noise OCXO in a small DIL14 package, measuring just 21 x 13 x 9.5 millimeters. Available 60 to 120 MHz, the MV269 has phase noise of -153 dBc/Hz at 1 kHz offset and <-170 dBc/10 kHz; sinewave or HCMOS. Works at 5 or 3.3 V. Temperature stability at <5E-8 from 0° to 60° C; frequency adjustment for external synchronization provided, but due to <1E-7/year aging may work as a stand-alone unit.


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MMIC Amplifier: TGA2239-CP

TGA2239-CPRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the Qorvo TGA2239-CP high power MMIC amplifier offering 35 W of saturated CW output power for Ku-band applications. The Qorvo TGA2239-CP operates from 13.4 to 15.5 GHz with power added efficiency of >34% and small signal gain of 25.5 dB. Processed using GaN on SiC technology, the TGA2239-CP draws 900 mA from a 22 V supply.


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Broadband GaN Amplifier: TGA2214-CP

TGA2214-CPRFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Qorvo’s TGA2214-CP, a broadband, 2 to 18 GHz GaN amplifier. Providing 4 W of saturated output power, the TGA2214-CP offers 22 dB of small signal gain and 13 dB of large signal gain. PAE is specified at >15% and the bias requirements are 22 V with 600 mA. The TGA2214-CP finds applications in EW, radar and test and measurement.


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C-Band Coaxial Pulsed Magnetron: VMC3109

3109A magnetron is a high power microwave oscillator in which the potential energy of an electron cloud near the cathode is converted into RF energy in a series of cavity resonators. The MC3109 magnetron delivers high peak and average RF power for use in medical or industrial applications. The VMC3109 will mount directly into new and existing sockets and can be operated under various pulse and input conditions to accommodate wide ranging operating requirements.


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L-Band GaN High Power SSPA: VSL3606

3606CPI’s solid state power amplifiers are highly efficient and easy to maintain. The VSL3606 amplifier is designed for use in pulsed radar applications to cover the 1.2 to1.4 GHz frequency band. Gallium nitride transistors are combined into 700 W bricks which are air cooled. The 700 W bricks are phase matched and can be power-combined using radial combiners and waveguide combiners.


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Receivers

ReceiversCPI Beverly Microwave Division manufactures a variety of receivers from L-band to Ka-band. Features include dual-conversion radar receivers, receivers that can be selected to output the first IF and wide-band L-band signal or the second IF signal converted to VHF. Receivers are designed to have a high dynamic range to operate in a multiplesystem environment.


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S-Band GaN SSPA: VSS3617

3617High efficiency, high power, and compact with proven GaN transistor technology. CPI’s VSS3617 solid state power amplifiers are reliable, highly-efficient and easy to maintain. The VSS3617 solid state power amplifiers are designed for use as air traffic control radar transmitters and cover the 2.7 to 2.9 GHz frequency band. GaN transistors are combined into 1.3 kW bricks which are air cooled. The 1.3 kW bricks are power-combined using radial combiners and waveguide combiners.


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X-Band Coaxial Pulsed Magnetron: VMX3045

3045A magnetron is a high power microwave oscillator in which the potential energy of an electron cloud near the cathode is converted into RF energy in a series of cavity resonators. The VMX3045 magnetron delivers high peak and average RF power for use in medical or industrial applications. The VMX3045 is a small and light weight magnetron that can be easily installed in numerous platforms. The small form factor is ideally suited for mobile applications or in systems where space is at a premium.


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Receiver - Integrated LNA, Mixer and LNA: XR1020-QH

MACOM_XR1020-QH-A000_PR_PhotoRichardson RFPD Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a new receiver from M/A-COM Technology Solutions. The XR1020-QH is a 31 to 36 GHz receiver with a noise figure of 3 dB and 14 dB conversion gain. It integrates a low noise amplifier, image reject mixer and LO buffer amplifier within a fully-molded, lead-free, 4-millimeter, 24-lead PQFN package.


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