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Bluetooth Test Set: MT8852B

Bluetooth_Test_Set_MT8852BThe Anritsu MT8852B Bluetooth Test Set is the market leading RF measuring instrument for design proving and production test of a wide range of products that integrate Bluetooth technology, including; phones, headsets, computers, audio-visual and gaming products as well as modules. In production, a single key press initiates a measurement script that tests a device in less than 10 seconds.


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Ka-Band LNA MMIC

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CMD162-PRCustom MMIC is offering a new device from its growing MMIC design library. The CMD162 is a GaAs MMIC low-noise amplifier (LNA) chip for applications from 26 to 34 GHz. Optimized for 30 GHz satellite communications, the CMD162 boasts a typical noise figure of 1.7 dB with a small-signal gain of 22 dB and an output 1 dB compression point of +7 dB.


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GaAs pHEMT Up-Converter: RFUV1002 and RFUV1003

RFUV1002RFMD releases updates on their GaAs pHEMT up-converters. RFUV1002 is a 9 to 14 GHz GaAs pHEMT up-converter, incorporating an integrated LO buffer amplifier, a balanced single-side band (image rejection) mixer, followed by a variable gain amplifier and a DC decoupling capacitor. RFUV1003 is a 12 to 16 GHz GaAs pHEMT up-converter, incorporating an integrated LO buffer amplifier.


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GaAs MMIC IQ Downconverters: RFRX1001 and RFRX1002

RFRX1001RFMD introduces their GaAs MMIC IQ downconverters RFRX1001 and RFRX1002. The RFRX1001 is a 10 to 15.4 GHz GaAs pHEMT downconverter, incorporating an integrated LNA, image rejection mixer, LO buffer amplifier, and DC decoupling capacitors. The RFRX1002 is a 9 to 14GHz GaAs pHEMT downconverter, incorporating an integrated LNA, image rejection mixer, LO buffer amplifier, and DC decoupling capacitors.


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