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MF6900A Fading Simulator

MF6900_100Cost-effective LTE fading simulator introduced by Anritsu Company. MF6900A is designed for use with MD8430A signaling tester and provides LTE terminal and chipset manufacturers with cost-efficient, accurate test solution.


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XA1000-QH Attenuator

Mimix Asia launches DC to 18 GHz GaAs MMIC 5-Bit packaged digital attenuator. QFN packaged device delivers 28 dB attenuation range and +24 dBm P1dB.
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“A” Series Amplifiers

500A250ANew innovations at AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation are enabling the company to produce smaller, more compact amplifiers with just as much power as the older, larger models. The new “A” series amplifiers, for example, are 25 to 50% smaller than previous models, yet the new size does not mean a reduction in power.


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Coaxial Terminations 368BNM and 369BNM

Narda-368-100Narda, an L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) company, introduced the Model 368BNM and Model 369BNM coaxial terminations that operate from 2 to 18 GHz and 700 MHz to 18 GHz respectively, and are extremely rugged for use in applications ranging from instrumentation to transmitters in the field.


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XR1019-QH Receiver

Mimix Broadband, Inc. introduces a highly integrated, QFN packaged receiver with 2.5 dB noise figure. The XR1019-QH receiver covers 27-34 GHz for point-to-point and SatCom applications.
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Bandpass Filter for the Iridium Band

Reactel_iridium_100Reactel part number 6C9-1621.25-X10.5T11 is a bandpass filter for the Iridium band. This unit is specifically designed with a narrow bandwidth and high rejection to isolate Iridium frequencies from outside interference due to Inmarsat systems. This unit can be outfitted with any RF connector you may desire.


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