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High Linearity RF Driver Amplifier Family for Wireless Communications Applications

October 1, 2005
As consumers adopt more data intensive applications and want access to that data in more locations, the need for high speed wireless data communications is increasing dramatically. There are a host of wireless standards emerging to satisfy this need for increased data. 2.5G/3G, Wi-Fi and WiMAX systems are all...
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New Lightweight Cable Assemblies for High Performance Airborne Applications

August 13, 2005
M/A-COM is now offering new lightweight cable assemblies utilizing the FN34RXLW cable, a lightweight version of its proven FN34RX cable assemblies. This new product offering is intended for use in high performance military airborne applications. All popular assembly configurations are readily available with reduced mass at competitive prices. Weight...
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A Surface-mount Plastic-packaged 1 to 18 GHz Low Noise Driver Amplifier

September 14, 2004
With the introduction of the MAAMGM0002, M/A-COM adds a cost-effective, highly manufacturable surface-mount plastic-packaged wideband driver amplifier to its array of standard products. The MAAMGM0002 provides 10 dB gain from 1 to 18 GHz, with a corresponding 4 dB typical noise figure and up to 21 dBm output power...
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High Performance Wideband Amplifiers for Radar and Satcom Applications

January 28, 2004
A series of high performance wideband MMIC low noise, gain block and driver amplifiers has been developed for applications in next-generation radar and satcom equipment. These new amplifiers operate in the 2 to 20 GHz frequency range and feature a single-supply, low noise and distributed gain functionality. The amplifiers...
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Self-locking Connectors to Reduce Aircraft Service Times

March 1, 2003
With all the talk about a wireless society, there is still a need for high performance coaxial cable assemblies. One of the areas still getting lots of development attention is cable assemblies for airborne electronic warfare. Most of these applications are at power levels too high for fiber optic...
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