A1 Microwave has released the world’s smallest waveguide X-Band Tx and Rx filters for military satcom applications. The filters have less than 0.3 dB insertion loss and have greater than 90 dB rejection in the complementary frequency bands. They are considerably shorter and lighter weight than equivalent filters on the market, which makes them ideal for portable solutions. These are stock items for immediate delivery.
The highlight of the Link Microtek stand at EuMW 2013 will be a new broadband dual-channel coaxial rotary joint that employs special contacting technology to give it long life in commercial and military satellite communications applications.
Tech-Inter has been a successful distributor of RF- and HF- components and systems in Europe for over 20 years. Thanks to an excellent supplier base, Tech-Inter has become a leading distributor in Europe, and it is able to offer its customers the latest technologies for a very wide range of products, such as amplifiers, filters, oscillators, wave guides, passives, etc.
From a radar and EW perspective, DSEI 2013 demonstrated the strides that solid state technologies, with GaN in particular, have made in terms of performance, reliability and cost to become established enabling technologies for next generation systems. By being able to combine these technologies in modular solutions, we may see faster development and deployment of systems, coupled with lower through life costs. What will be the future for military RF technologies?
Anite has launched LTE-Advanced Scenario Mode capability in its Development Toolset. Scenario Mode, an easy-to-use graphical interface, enables engineers without specific programming skills to quickly and effectively develop and edit test scripts.