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Sivers IMA launches E-Band converter

Sivers IMA has launched its next generation converter for E-Band radio links, which is based on the company’s proprietary SiGe chip and offers a cost-effective and high-performance solution for those who develop and market radio links or test and measurement equipment for manufacturing of radio links and devices.


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RFS adds industry's smallest E-band antenna to its Invisiline product family

 Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), a global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, has announced a new addition to its InvisiLine™ small-form antenna (SFA) product family, designed to minimize visual impact by allowing better integration into any urban environment. The new SFA04-W800 E-band antennais one of the most discreet E-band (80 GHz) microwave antennas ever developed. Its light weight, compact design, multi-band capabilities and low-profile aesthetics make the SFA04-W800 ideal for small cell, front haul and traditional backhaul systems. 


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MACOM introduces new four stage E-Band driver amplifier

 M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”), a leading supplier of high performance RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products, introduced a four stage E-Band driver amplifier, building on its previous MAAP-011106 E-Band Power amplifier release in early March. Delivering typical Psat of 24 dBm for the 71 to 76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz frequency ranges in a single product, the device is ideal for high capacity macro cell and small cell backhaul point to point radios. 


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RFS introduces new E-Band antennas for 71 to 86 GHz frequency bands

 Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced it has extended its CompactLine® EASY family of microwave antennas with two new E-Band (71-86GHz) antennas, the SB1-W800C and the SC2-W800BYYY. RFS E-Band antennas provide the optimal combination of electrical and mechanical performance coupled with cost-effectiveness. 


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