AR’s model 20S4G18, a 20 W solid-state amplifier covering 4 to 18 GHz provides high gain, low noise, good linearity and excellent mismatch capability. The amplifier also delivers superior EVM (error vector magnitude) performance. With a minimum of 43 dB gain and a typical noise figure of 6 dB, the 20S4G18 offers significant advantages over traveling wave tube amplifiers in this frequency range.
NIC’s 6550 MHz ceramic filter is a high frequency ceramic filter built for use in C-band applications. The features include low insertion loss of < 2.5dB at center frequency, rejection of > 50dB at 6000 MHz and > 40dB at 7200 MHz, built in a small package size of 0.83 x 0.51 x 0.19 inches.
Anritsu will showcase test instruments for design, production, and installation/maintenance. On display will be the MG3690C series of broadband signal generators that covers audio, HF, VHF, UHF, RF and microwave frequencies from 0.1 Hz to 70 GHz in single coaxial output and up to 325 GHz or beyond, with external multipliers
PMI would like to announce its newest solid-state switch that offers a level of performance exceeding industry standards. PMI Model No. P16T-0R5G18G-60-T-SFF is an absorptive, solid-state switch that covers the 500 MHz to 18 GHz frequency range.
American Microwave Corp. brings microwave integrated circuit technology to the solid-state switch matrix resulting in a hybrid switch matrix on a single substrate. Using a multilayer substrate, AMC is able to design for SMT production various configurations of RF/microwave switches with custom driver/logic circuitry and custom mechanical requirements.