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.
See AR at IMS2016 in San Francisco, Calif., Booth #1711. While at AR's booth, ask about their industry-leading high power solid state CW amplifiers. Products include a Class A RF amplifier capable of delivering over 50,000 W with -40 dBc minimum harmonic performance, a 10,000 W linear amplifier covering the entire 80 to 1000 MHz frequency band and a 3000 W, 1 to 2.5 GHz amplifier.
AR has assembled a board of directors with a diverse group of professionals to help assure that the organization remains on its path of success well into the future. This group has varied expertise in the fields of finance, consulting, and manufacturing. Each member was chosen for the skills in their respective fields which will further the company's goals in this advisory capacity.
AR's 10000W1000A, class A solid state amplifier provides 10,000 W of output power from 80 to 1000 MHz. It has superior gain flatness, exceptional noise figure, great efficiency and low harmonics for EMC radiated susceptibility testing by using proprietary manufacturing and design techniques. So specify the 10000W1000A for the field strength you need.
AR’s 12500A2225A-L liquid-cooled, RF solid state CW amplifier is the new industry standard for radiated immunity testing of entire automobiles, producing 12,500 watts over the instantaneous 10 kHz to 225 MHZ frequency band with harmonic distortion less than -20 dBc.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation of Souderton, Pa., has been awarded the contract to provide large broadband RF amplifiers as part of the US Army Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Systems Modernization Program at White Sands Missile Range, Electromagnetic Radiation Effects (EMRE) test complex in New Mexico.
Now you can achieve high linear output power up to 350 W over the 0.7 to 6 GHz instantaneous frequency band in one benchtop amplifier. AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation introduces this class A unit that requires only 0 dBm input power to achieve its rated output power and offers low harmonic distortion and excellent noise figure. These instruments as well as our hybrid power modules are available in both Class A and AB configurations for demanding EMC, wireless, or EW applications.
AR RF/Microwave has just launched a line of safety products including hand-held safety meters, wide range of safety sensor heads and safety software. Designed to measure exposure levels of a variety of products and systems such as industrial ovens, RF medical devices, power plants, ground transport systems, wireless telecommunications, base stations and more.
The Model 250T6G18 is a self-contained, forced-air-cooled, broadband traveling wave tube (TWT) microwave amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. A reliable 300 W TWT provides a conservative 250 W minimum at the amplifier output flange. Stated power specifications are at the fundamental frequency.
AR Modular RF has completed production on the KAW5050. It is a Class AB wideband RF power amplifier system delivering up to 1000 W PEP power into a 50 ohm load over the frequency range of 225 to 400 MHz. This custom system comprises a power amplifier, controller subsystem and AC power supply unit encased in a 3 RU shelf. The amplifier is being used in a base station application and can be operated and monitored remotely via RS232 or Ethernet control.
AR's new 10000TP8G10 TWT pulsed amplifier produces 10,000 W of peak output power over the 8 to 10 GHz frequency range with 70 dB gain for various EMC and microwave testing applications. Standard features include a built-in IEEE-488 (GPIB) interface, TTL gating, VSWR protection, gain control, RF output sample ports, auto sleep, plus various monitoring circuits.