The world's first fully integrated detect-track-disrupt Anti-UAV Defence System, launched by Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics and Enterprise Control Systems now features a quad-band RF inhibitor/jammer, an optical disruptor and rapid deployment features in the final production version of the counter-drone system.
Qorvo Inc., a leading provider of RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and aerospace/defense applications, announced three new GaN RF transistors in low-cost plastic packages designed to enable smaller size and greater reliability in civilian marine, airborne and infrastructure radar systems.
Diamond Microwave, a specialist in high performance microwave power amplifiers, announced a ten-fold increase in its power output capability with the addition of a 1 kW X-band model to the company’s range of GaN-based pulsed solid-state power amplifiers (SSPA).
ART-Fi launches the ART-MAN Duobody Universal SAR measurement system, the first single-unit, 100 percent vector system to measure SAR for worldwide requirements, meeting all the regulations for tissue simulation.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc., a leading supplier of high performance analog RF, microwave and optical semiconductor products, announced the new NPT2024, a wideband transistor optimized for DC to 2.7 GHz operation using MACOM’s proprietary gallium nitride on silicon (GaN on Si) process is sampling today. The NPT2024 supports CW, pulsed and linear operation, boasting output levels up to 200 W.
San-tron Inc., a manufacturer of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, will be reviewing several new innovative connectors and assemblies at the European Microwave Week in Paris, France, September 6–11. With a growing line of advanced, outdoor, low-PIM cable assemblies and new innovative pressurized solutions several environmental challenges related to coax can be overcome.
The motto of European Microwave Week 2015 is Freedom through Microwaves, which addresses the concept of modern living where microwave technologies are opening up new frontiers that will govern how individuals and objects communicate, sense and move. In particular there is major interest in the development and evolution of the ‘Connected Humans’ concept where there is potential for the microwave community to play a significant role as we look towards Horizon 2020.