Ted Rappaport, founding director of NYU WIRELESS and a leading proponent of using the millimeter wave spectrum for wireless communications, discusses the FCC's recent rulemaking actions and technology developments that are paving the way to 5G.
MITEQ’s new Model DA40218LC7, four-channel downconverter, integrates our standard broadband double-balanced mixer designs and IF amplifiers to provide a phase and amplitude tracked 4-channel downconverter with an integrated LO distribution network. This unit can be used for basic direction finding experiments with four antennas.
PMI Model No. P8T-0R1G20G-110-T-512-SFF is a high speed, single pole, eight throw, absorptive switch capable of switching within 300 nsec. The frequency range is 0.1 to 20.0 GHz and has over 110 dB of isolation.
Weinschel’s Model 4201-63 MMIC digital attenuator operates over the 0.4 to 6 GHz frequency range and provides an attenuation range from 0 to 63 dB in 1 dB increments. This attenuator has excellent repeatability and performance with built-in TTL interface.
MITEQ Model AMF-2F-00020050-20-28P is a new addition to its family of low noise, wideband, and ultra-small coaxial LNAs in the 20 to 500 MHz band. This LNA has over 35 dB of gain in a housing that is only 1.22” long and 0.88” wide without the field-replaceable SMA connectors that are mounted on a removable heatsink. Gain flatness is a maximum of ±1.75 dB, though typical is ±1.0 dB.
The Giga-tronics ASCOR Series 8000 and 8800 has a flexible and versatile design making it an ideal platform for standard and tailored switching solutions and RF Interface Units (RFIUs). It is geared to control any of the various switch types and enable them to be mounted on the front or rear panel or host switching and signal conditioning components internally.
Giga-tronics' core technologies in microwave signal generation and filtering have enabled them to design unique integrated electronic assemblies for leading aerospace and defense, test and measurement, and communications companies.