The MX–503 TCXO is a Ultra High Stability MCXO that uses Vectron's ultra–smooth compensation algorithms to achieve stabilities of ±30 ppb over the extended commercial temperature range of –20 to 70°C. The MX–503 fills the gap between standard TCXO and OCXO product offerings while reducing power consumption without sacrificing performance.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announced the availability and full design support capabilities for a new 1 to 2 GHz, 320 W peak power limiter from M/A-COM Technology Solutions. The MADL-011014 is ideally suited for high peak and continuous wave receive-protection applications where high-performance surface mount limiter assemblies are required, including air traffic management and radar systems.
The OX-200 oven controlled crystal oscillator includes features such as reflow process compatiblity, AT-cut and SC-cut crystal options, low profile compact package,excellent stability versus cost performance and SMD optional.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the TGF2819-FL and TGF2819-FS GaN transistors from TriQuint. These 32 V devices from TriQuint offer 20 W average power for non-pulsed applications and over 100 W peak power. Covering frequencies up to 3.5 GHz, the TGF2819-FL and TGF2819-FS are input pre-matched for S-Band applications in Radar and avionics.
The OX–205 is an ultra-low phase noise ovenized crystal oscillator with a noise floor as low as –176 dBc/Hz in a compact 1" x 1" enclosure. This product is designed for applications that demand extremely low noise sources, including a reference oscillator for a phase–locked loop in the microwave spectrum. Custom frequencies are available upon request.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the TriQuint TGL2203, a 1 W VPIN limiter for Ka-band Radar systems. The TGL2203 has integrated DC blocks on both input and output ports. Capable of handling 1 W of incident CW power, this passive device has a flat leakage rate of <20 dBm at Pin <30 dBm. Insertion loss is <1 dB.
The OX–171 is a high–stability ovenized crystal oscillator in a 28 x 38 mm package, capable of aging rates of 0.06 ppb/day and temperature stabilities of 1ppb over an industrial temperature range. Driven by an SC–cut crystal, the oscillator provides excellent phase noise and Allan Deviation.
Vectron has been a key supplier of SAW filters, SAW resonators and monolithic crystal filters (MCF) since the early 1990s. We work closely with our customers to understand the application in order to develop the optimum solution that meets their requirements. Our design capabilities and cost-optimized production facilities allow us to offer components for high volume and high performance markets.
Keysight Technologies introduced the N7614B Signal Studio for Power Amplifier (PA) Test; an all-in-one, general-purpose test suite designed to help engineers improve PA efficiency through support for crest factor reduction (CFR), envelope tracking (ET) and digital pre-distortion (DPD) technologies.
RFMW Ltd. announces a pair of GaN amplifiers targeted at weather and marine radar applications. Both TriQuint amplifiers operate from a 28 V bias drawing 365 mA of current and both the TGA2624 and TGA2625 are offered in DIE formats. The TGA2624 (9 to 10 GHz) supports a saturated output power of 42.5 dBm. TriQuint’s TGA2625 (10 to 11 GHz) is specified at 43 dBm Psat with 37 dB of gain.