Skyworks Solutions, Inc. announces a 4 x 2 switch matrix combining a digital decoder with the RF switching network and tone/voltage detect designed for European- and Asian-market applications including Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Low Noise Block (LNB) – the SKY13292-365LF.
Planar Monolithics Industries Inc. is pleased to announce the development of it’s new 0.4 to 16 GHz 2 way power divider, model number: APD-2-0416-YR1. The insertion loss from 0.4 to 6 GHz and 6 to 16 GHz are 1.8 dB max and 4.0 dB max, respectively.
MECA introduces connectorized isolators and circulators for high frequency X & Ku band (8.0 – 18.0 GHz) applications featuring SMA-Female connectors and average power ratings of 2 W. Other specifications include 0.4 dB insertion loss, 1.30:1 VSWR and 18 dB isolation across the entire band.
Narda Microwave-East, an L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) company, today introduced a comprehensive line low-noise amplifier modules that cover up to 18 GHz in bands, with noise figures as low as 1.8 dB, gain as high as 28 dB (+/-2 dB or less), and P1dB output power up to 20 dBm.
Anritsu Company introduces the MA24106A, a highly accurate power sensor that measures True-RMS power, regardless of the input signal or its bandwidth, over 63 dB of dynamic range from 50 MHz to 6 GHz. Ideal for measuring average power of CW, multi-tone, and modulated RF waveforms, such as those used in 3G, 4G, and OFDM designs.
Aeroflex will now offer its 5800 Series ATE system with digital functional testing capabilities. Ideal for engineers performing mixed-signal testing, device programming, functional test, in-system programming, or simple protocol communications, the 5800 Series was designed with an open architecture and highly configurable structure that allow it to easily adapt to evolving Printed Circuit Board (PCB) industry standards, providing a versatile solution that can be easily upgraded to satisfy future requirements as they emerge.
Ideal for wireless design, research and development and production test engineers, the Aeroflex 3280 Series spectrum analyzers now offers digital demodulation for the analysis of 802.11a, b and g wireless networks.