Ted Rappaport, founding director of NYU WIRELESS and a leading proponent of using the millimeter wave spectrum for wireless communications, discusses the FCC's recent rulemaking actions and technology developments that are paving the way to 5G.
Renaissance has designed a new octave band drop-in circulator, 3G7BH that covers a bandwidth of 5.2 to 11 GHz over -20 ° to +85° C. With insertion loss less than 0.95 dB over the entire band, the circulator is robust to handle 20 W of incident RF power. Return loss and isolation of 13 dB ensures better match to the RF circuitry where it's being placed.
The Werlatone 90° Hybrid Coupler, Model QH8600, is the first 4-Port, stripline design, covering the full 30-520 MHz bandwidth. This fully bonded; stripline unit is designed for amplifiers and radios in the VHF/UHF band. Conservatively rated at 250 W CW, this unit eliminates ferrites and will withstand severe input unbalances
Modeling in the RF, microwave and optical regimes requires modeling the propagation of electromagnetic waves in and around structures that can be metallic, dielectric, gyromagnetic, or even metamaterials with engineered properties. The RF Module offers you the tools to meet this challenge.
Mini-Circuits New Coaxial High Power Amplifier - 50Ω 3W 6 to 18 GHz. Features include high power, 3 W, high dynamic range, high gain of 35 dB typ. and good directivity of 35 dB typ. Internal voltage is regulated for 13 to 18 VDC.