MECA’s low PIM high power (500 W) DC blocks meet and exceed the industry standard of -161 dBc typical for all your DAS application needs. Operating from 250 MHz to 2.700 GHz. Available in Type 7/16 DIN. Made in USA and 36-month warranty.
MECA’s low PIM (-161dBc Typ) 4-Way reactive splitters for DAS applications, with rugged construction and excellent performance across all wireless bands from 0.698 to 2.700 GHz make them ideal for in-building or tower top systems. Also, the inline configuration makes for zoning friendly installs vs the more traditional T style models available. Capable of handling 500 W (max) with an IP 67 weatherproof rating.
Custom MMIC recently developed a Tech Brief to help you simplify your biasing design approach, reduce your bill of materials, and reduce extraneous noise sources with Low Noise Amplifier MMICs (LNAs) that utilize only a positive bias. Download the tech brief, “Throw out complex bias sequencers along with the negative voltage supply” at www.custommmic.com.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a voltage variable attenuator (VVA) for instrumentation, radar, communications and EW platforms in the 2 to 25 GHz frequency range. The Qorvo TGL2767 features a 20 dB attenuation range with < 2 dB of insertion loss. I/O return loss is >12 dB. The TGL2767 is available in DIE form and packaged (TGL2767-SM).
Skyworks has released the SKY13592-689LF, a single-pole, double-throw switch for mode switching in WLAN applications such as ISM band radios, smartphones and connectivity modules. This 1 to 6 GHz device uses advanced switching technologies to maintain low insertion loss and high isolation for all switching paths. It also delivers high-linearity performance, making it an ideal choice for low-power transmit/receive applications.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a family of evaluation boards from GaN Systems Inc. The GS665XXX-EVBDB daughterboard evaluation kits consist of two GaN Systems 650 V GaN enhancement-mode HEMTs (E-HEMTs) and all necessary circuits, including half-bridge gate drivers, isolated power supplies and optional heatsink to form a functional half-bridge power stage.
SemiGen Inc. offers a series of Point Contact Mixer Diodes, the 1N series. The 1N series point contact mixer diodes perform into the Ka-band. Each device in the series ideally designed with noise figures as low as 5.5 dB at 3.060 GHz and 6.0 dB at 9.375 GHz. With VSWR’s of 1.3:1 and impedances ranging from 200-600 Ω, these devices can serve as drop in replacements for all military and commercial requirements.
The VPC3475A magnetron transmitter is developed as a fully integrated magnetron system operating up to 320 kW peak power. This microwave transmitter uses a CPI coaxial magnetron as its RF output device. CPI BMD is able to furnish a compact, user-friendly, microwave power source which is also cost effective. CPI Beverly Microwave Division manufactures magnetron transmitters ranging from L-Band to Ka-Band and peak power from 1 kW to 1 MW.
Mini-Circuits’ ZX10-2-1252+ is a coaxial, ultra-wideband 2-way 0˚ splitter/combiner providing RF input power handling up to 1.85 W as a splitter and 0.7 dB insertion loss for an extremely wide range of applications from 1800 to 12500 MHz. Its outstanding combination of low loss and low unbalance make this model an excellent choice for distributing signals in systems where efficient transmission of signal power is needed.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for an image reject mixer from Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation. The PE41901 is a passive, double-balanced Ku-band image reject mixer with high dynamic range performance and high local oscillator (LO) isolation capable of operation up to 19 GHz. It can be used as an upconverter or a downconverter.