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.
NIC introduces a 200 MHz fundamental frequency crystal filter used to achieve spectral purity and noise reduction in clock/timing chain applications. Some of the features include a hermetically sealed package, low insertion loss of < 6 dB, and rejection of > 40 dB at Fc ± 100 KHz.
NIC introduces a Ku band Cavity bandpass filter designed for use in airborne, ship-mount and vehicle-mount applications in harsh military environments. This filter offers low insertion loss of < 1 dB and high selectivity in a small package size of approx 1.4 x 0.5 x0.35 inches.
NIC introduces a wideband LNA operating over the frequency range of 4.4 to 5 GHz, designed for use in C-band, radar and SATCOM applications. This LNA offers a high gain of 30 dB, sub 1 dB noise figure, and low current consumption and input power protection.
NIC’s 6550 MHz Ceramic filter is a high frequency Ceramic filter built for use in C-band applications. The features include low Insertion loss of < 2.5 dB at center frequency, rejection of > 50 dB at 6000 MHz and > 40 dB at 7200 MHz built in a small package size of 0.83 x 0.51 x 0.19 inches.
NIC’s 6550 MHz ceramic filter is a high frequency ceramic filter built for use in C-band applications. The features include low insertion loss of < 2.5dB at center frequency, rejection of > 50dB at 6000 MHz and > 40dB at 7200 MHz, built in a small package size of 0.83 x 0.51 x 0.19 inches.
NIC’s miniature cavity filter products are designed for use in airborne, ship mount or vehicle mount applications in harsh military environments. They can be custom designed for any center frequencies varying from 3 to 18 GHz, and 3 dB bandwidth from 5 to 30%.
NIC builds high performance Cavity filters varying from 300 MHz to 18 GHz. Bandwidths vary from 1% to 30%. They are designed to support a variety of applications - military and commercial and a variety of communication frequency bands such as L, S, C, X and Ku bands.
NIC’s ceramic resonator filter product line is designed for applications needing superior performance in small packages in both environmentally benign and rugged conditions. Frequency range varies from 300 MHz to 6 GHz and bandwidths vary from 0.5% to 25%.
NIC’s crystal product line consists of a variety of standard frequencies and custom designs. We manufacture our own filter crystals for the finest in precision and reliable performance. Center Frequency range covers DC to 250 MHz with bandwidths that range from 0.01% to 2.5%.
NIC’s filter/amplifiers assemblies and duplexer/amplifier assemblies vary from 150 MHz to 10 GHz. NIC’s capability to manufacture key parts that make up intergrated assemblies has successfully enabled us to offer our customers smaller form factors, improved performance such as better noise figure and improved matching, and ultimately cost savings.