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EMC Technology introduces CVD diamond heat spreaders

EMC Technology Inc.
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Following the success of the Diamond RF Resistives® product range, EMC Technology now offers CVD Diamond Heat Spreaders designed to meet today’s demanding requirements for higher power and longer life spans by keeping junction temperatures low and stable. CVD Diamond provides up to 8x the thermal conductivity of traditional materials like AlN and BeO.


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EMC Technology introduces DC to 26 GHz coaxial attenuator

EMC Technology Inc.
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EMC Technology, a Smiths Microwave business, introduces the new 42UW series of high performance coaxial fixed attenuators, manufactured to meet the environmental requirements of MIL-DLT-3933.  These coaxial attenuators offer superior attenuation accuracy and VSWR, with extended broadband frequency operation from DC to 26 GHz. 


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Temperature Variable Attentuator for Millimeter-wave Applications

A temperature variable attenuator designed for millimeter-wave applications is featured
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Cover Feature Temperature Variable Attenuator for Millimeter-wave Applications EMC Technology Inc. Cherry Hill, NJ The Thermopad® temperature variable attenuator (TVA) has gained widespread popularity among RF and microwave circuit designers as a simple solution to compensate gain variation over temperature. The TVA is a special case of the absorptive...
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A VSWR Meter Using a Power Sensing Termination

A Smartload-based VSWR mater that offers linear power detection over a wide range of power levels and temperatures
EMC Technology Inc.
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PRODUCT FEATURES A VSWR Meter Using a Power Sensing Termination EMC Technology Inc. Cherry Hill, NJ T ransmitted power detection is important in wireless basestation applications in order to insure proper geographical coverage and to meet radiated power regulations. If the power detection is done between the transmitter and...
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