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Renaissance has developed a new Ka-Band waveguide isolator that is designed for downconverters used in space applications. The isolator can operate between 27.5 to 31 GHz with 0.15 dB insertion loss over 5% bandwidth and 20 dB isolation and return loss.
Renaissance Electronics has developed a new low loss, high isolation waveguide isolator for Satcom applications that covers 43 to 46 GHz with industry standard interface of WR 22. With loss of 0.5 dB and 18 dB isolation, it is ideal for low noise figure Satcom receivers.
Renaissance has developed a new S band drop-in circulator that is designed for amplifiers used in space applications. The isolator can operate between 2.2 to 2.4 GHz with 0.5 dB insertion loss and 20 dB isolation and return loss.
Renaissance has produced a new low loss L-band high power drop-in circulator to protect PA's used in military radio transmitters. Covering 1025 to 1095 MHz, this circulator has just 0.25 dB of insertion loss over -55 to +85 C while handling 1300 W peak at 1% duty cycle.
Renaissance has designed a Ka band microstrip isolator that can handle 2 W forward and reverse for satcom applications. With a compact 5 x 6 mm size, it provides low insertion loss in the forward direction and high isolation in the reverse direction.
Renaissance has designed a new dual junction circulator for LTE application that can operate from 700 to 915 MHz and provide over 50 dB isolation within the band. Aimed for Test and Measurement application, this device can handle 100 W with -150 dBc intermod products."
For the new EW and radar systems, Renaissance has designed a high performance circulator covering 1.25 to 1.40 GHz capable of handling 3 kW peak and 300 W average power levels. With low loss of 0.3 dB and isolation of 20 dB, it is optimized for airborne/flight applications.
Renaissance Electronics has designed a 6 x 6 programmable delay line (PDL) matrix that can be used to simulate phased array radar and antenna testing. Each of the 6 inputs is connected to dividers, programmable attenuators (91/1 dB) and a programmable delay line (10 bit, 5 ps step, DC - 3 GHz) internally.
Renaissance has recently manufactured a 50 kW peak power circulator that can sustain 300 W CW operating at 775 to 920 MHz. The input and output connectors are 7/8” EIA and the third port has a HN connector.
Renaissance's 3SLE2NAJ is a compact surface mount (0.394 sq-inch footprint) that covers 420 to 450 MHz. With a low insertion loss of 0.8 dB and isolation exceeding 15 dB over 0 to 55 C, it is ideal for short range PA system applications.
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