Universal Microwave Technology Inc. announced the company's line of E-Band diplexers for 80 GHz millimeter wave radio application. This E-band diplexer is featured with 0.5 dB insertion loss, 18 dB return loss and 75 dB isolation at frequency band 71 to 76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz. The diplexer length is less than 60 mm with waveguide interface of WR12.
Linear Technology introduces the LT6023, a dual 3 to 30 V low power operational amplifier, featuring 30 µV maximum input offset voltage and 60 µs settling to .01%. Proprietary slew enhancement circuitry results in a fast, clean output step response with low power consumption. Specially designed input circuitry maintains high impedance, which minimizes current spikes associated with fast steps for input steps up to 5 V.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for MiniRF’s low cost, 2-way splitter, model MRFSP0014. Covering the CATV bandwidth of 5 to 1002 MHz, the MRFSP0014 is designed for applications that require small, low cost and highly reliable surface mount components. Typical insertion loss is 0.5 dB with isolation of 30 dB. Amplitude balance measures 0.2 dB with phase balance of 1 degree.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solutions continues to expand the Ku-Band Iso-Divider product family with the introduction of an 8-way unit. Featuring similar qualities as the previously introduced 4- and 2-way products, exceptional insertion loss and band flatness performance is continued in this product. The Iso-Divider combines the functions of high performance power dividers with ferrite isolators.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a high efficiency, GaN, 5 W, input-matched transistor covering the 5 GHz ISM bands. The TriQuint (Qorvo) TGF3020-SM provides 5.7 W P3dB at 5.4 GHz. The transistor can be tuned for power, gain and efficiency. Linear gain is 12 dB. With wideband performance from 4 to 6 GHz, additional applications include telemetry, C-band radar, and instrumentation. Power added efficiency (PAE) at P3dB measures 53%.
Pasternack announces the release of their line of 75 ohm test cables with operation up to 3 GHz. These rugged cable assemblies are specially designed to withstand the rigors of test lab use and applications in 75 ohm communications systems. Technicians commonly rely on these high frequency test cables in technologies such as cable TV, MoCA 2.0 and MoCA 1.1.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the TGA3504-SM, 2 to 30GHz Gain Block from TriQuint (Qorvo). The TGA3504-SM offers 8 dBm of output P1 dB with a corresponding small signal gain of up to 11.5 dB. Output third order intercept is >17 dBm. Wideband performance of the TGA3504-SM supports multiple applications such as Electronic Warfare (EW), military and commercial radar and military or commercial communication systems.
The TEGAM 2510A temperature controlled coaxial RF feedthrough RF power transfer standard enables the precise measurement of microwave power in the 10 MHz to 50 GHz frequency range. These units are durable, highly accurate, and stable with time and temperature. They are ideal for use as standards wherever an accurate RF power measurement is required. Units are supplied with A2LA accredited ISO17025 NIST traceable calibration data.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the TAT7472A1F from TriQuint (Qorvo). The TAT7472A1F is the next generation replacement for the popular AH22 that has served CATV designs for many years. With a bandwidth of 50 to 1218 MHz, the TAT7472A1F increases the frequency coverage to support newer designs. Noise figure is <3 dB. Associated gain is 15 dB.
Skyworks introduces a step-down, DC-DC converter for automotive, distributed power, industrial, and medical applications. The 28 V, 3 A, non-synchronous SKY87608-11-577LF is also applicable for general purpose, point-of-load, 16, 20, and 28 V voltage regulators. The converter offers prime thermal performance and space savings in addition to addressing the green-power initiative in the non-portable markets.