Anite, a global leader in wireless equipment testing technology announced that Verkotan laboratory has recently selected Anite’s Propsim F32 Channel Emulator to enable faster MIMO OTA testing in Verkotan’s advanced wireless performance laboratory.
New technologies on display at IMS2016 will include ETL’s range of products for Global Positioning System (GPS) and the broader Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) applications. The new range includes outdoor and indoor GPS over Fibre and GPS Splitter units, which provide a reliable method for distributing GPS timing signals from a single antenna.
Mercury Systems Inc., announced that its Mercury Defense Systems subsidiary recently received a $1.8 million order from a leading international aerospace and defense company for radar environment simulation equipment. The order was booked in the company’s fiscal 2016 first quarter and is expected to be shipped over the next several quarters.
As demand for vector network analyzers (VNAs) increases, Copper Mountain Technologies has hired two new employees to support the company’s growth. Masud Al Aziz and Rick Hollowell will both play strong roles when it comes to helping customers improve their radio frequency (RF) and microwave testing processes via the company’s affordable, lab-grade equipment.
Vaunix Technology Corp., a manufacturer of USB controlled and powered test equipment, recently moved their head office to Newburyport, Mass. This move will help accommodate future growth and allow for advances in the engineering and manufacturing of their products.
Mini-Circuits is pleased to present the industry’s widest selection of products specially designed and specified for DOCSIS 3.1 compliant systems and equipment. Their catalog for these applications features over 60 off-the-shelf models from passive devices such as transformers, splitter/combiners, couplers and diplexers to active components including amplifiers, switches, equalizers and more.
ETL Systems, a global designer and manufacturer of RF distribution equipment for satellite communications, will showcase three new products from its components range at this year’s International Microwave Symposium.
Satellites may soon carry Raytheon's gallium nitride (GaN) technology into Earth orbit. Raytheon Co. has successfully validated its GaN monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) technology for use in space-bound equipment.