Skyworks has introduced a new family of general purpose gallium arsenide (GaAs) attenuators with excellent distortion performance for various types of linear applications including UMTS, WCDMA, WiMAX and WLAN. These GaAs digital single-positive-control step attenuators are also designed for base station transmitter and receivers, and can be used in radio frequency identification (RFID) transceivers.
This data sheet provides complete detail on the company’s high speed direct analog frequency synthesizer, model MW 15131HP. This model is a full band synthesizer designed for OEMs requiring phase and frequency coherent synthesis.
The MS2721A is the first fully-functional handheld spectrum analyzer designed to conduct highly accurate analysis on the new wave of wireless LAN and cellular signals, including 802.11a, 3G, ultra-wideband, WiMAX, and wireless medical patient monitorings
The value choice for deploying, maintaining and troubleshooting wireless base stations. Compact and lightweight, it combines the functionality of built-in cable and antenna analyzer, spectrum analyzer, power meter, and GPS.
A handheld VNA designed to make accurate vector corrected 1-port magnitude, phase, and DTF measurements and 1-path 2-port magnitude and phase measurements from 2 MHz to 4 GHz (MS2024A) and 2 MHz to 6 GHz (MS2026A).
Site Master is the de-facto industry standard for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting wireless base station cable and antenna systems. Model S332D includes all the features of our S331D - PLUS spectrum analysis for extra versatility in a single instrument.
Site Master S810D (25 MHz -10.5 GHz) and S820D (25 MHz -20.0 GHz) are the most accurate and reliable one-port microwave transmission line and antenna analyzers available for installation, verification, troubleshooting, and repair of microwave communication systems.
Covering the 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range, the MS2711D is the proven solution for installing, provisioning, maintaining and troubleshooting wireless systems and RF frequency spectrum interference issues.