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Crane’s proven sensor and switch family are used on multiple applications, including landing gear, doors, secondary flight controls and thrust reversers. Crane’s sensors have recently been chosen for several engine nacelle applications, including fan cowl latch and thrust reverser sensing for Trent XWB, LEAP-1A and PurePower 1100 G engines for A350 XWB and A320 neo aircraft, respectively.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solutions announces the recently re-launched microwave space qualified products (MSQP) product line. This line offers a range of standard passive products including power dividers, hybrids, couplers and mixers. These products have been previously qualified to internally generated standards derived from industry standards.
Crane Electronics offers products built using the unique Multi-Mix® stripline fabrication process. This provides the ability to provide very controlled dielectric properties surrounding the RF conductors resulting in predictable and controllable RF performance results. This process is ideal for complex routing circuits, multi-filter structures, beamformers and complex RF structures.
Crane Electronics features a new broadband high performance frequency synthesizer. Offering frequency coverage from 2 to 20 GHz, the unit also provides exceptional phase noise performance meeting -73 dBc/Hz at 10 KHz offset for a 9 GHz output frequency. The unit is designed for demanding defense applications.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a segment of Crane Co., has announced the appointment of Todd Witchall as vice president of finance and chief financial officer of the Electronics Group of Crane Aerospace & Electronics. In this role, Witchall will report directly to Bob Tavares, president of Crane Electronics Group.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solutions introduces a newly developed surface-mount image rejection mixer designed for space-flight applications.
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