Passive Multiplier

Accepting input signals between 73 and 110 GHz at +17 dBm, model SFP-03310-UEB is a passive ×3 multiplier that produces THz signals with 0 dBm amplitude. When combined with a sweeper or a synthesized signal source, the multiplier preserves the stability and accuracy of the source. Typical harmonic suppression is 20 dB. The input and output signals pass through WR-10 and WR-03 waveguides ports with UG-387/U-M anti-cocking flanges. Dimensions are 0.75 × 0.75 × 0.75 in.


Programmable Attenuator

MIcable has developed a programmable attenuator MDA004080-50E covering 0.4 to 8 GHz. The user can control the attenuator via USB/Ethernet with 1 dB step or down to 0.1 dB option, 0.2 dB accuracy, 50 dB attenuation dynamic range over the whole band. The user can control this unit through the GUI user-friendly software or by programming through the DLL dynamic link library file. Custom designs are available with frequency range from 0.5 to 40 GHz.

Fujian MIcable Electronic Technology Group Co., Ltd.

45 to 1220 MHz 1:1 Balun

The MRFXF0072 balun is a high performance balun that gives your CATV amplifier or EQ circuit optimized performance. The part offers a unique feature rarely found in three wire baluns, including DC bias of 400 mA through the ground pin. The MRFXF0072 offers > 20 dB typ. return loss, ±0.5 dB amplitude match and less than 0.7dB IL. Drop it in and see great performance. It is offered in a std 0.230 × 0.280” surface-mount package and is pin to pin compatible.


0.5 to 20 GHz Directional Couplers

Pulsar introduces three new 0.5 to 20 GHz SMA directional couplers with 6-, 10- and 20-dB coupling. All three have 15 dB minimum directivity, 1.50:1 maximum VSWR and 25 W maximum power handling. The CS06-25-436/20 is 6 dB with an insertion loss of 1.80 dB maximum, the CS10-25-436/20 is 10 dB with an insertion loss of 1.40 dB maximum and the CS20-25-436/20 is 20 dB with an insertion loss of 0.90 dB maximum. Dimensions are 4.4 × 0.70 × 0.40 in.

Pulsar Microwave Corp.

50 GHz Attenuators

RFMW announces design and sales support for XMA Corp’s 8582-6150-xx series of 2.4 mm, 50 GHz Attenuators. The XMA coaxial attenuators are available in standard dB values of 3, 6, 10, 20 and 30 dB and handle up to 1 W of power. Low VSWR provides high performance with minimal additional through path insertion loss.


High-Power Lowpass Filters

RLC Electronics’ high-power lowpass filters are designed for high-power systems in the frequency range of 100 to 8000 MHz. These filters are designed to handle 2500 W average under extreme temperature and altitude conditions, while offering low loss (0.15 dB typical) and 1.5:1 VSWR (maximum). RLC filters offer you the flexibility of choosing your cutoff frequency, number of sections and connector type (N, SC, HN, 7/16) for a truly custom high-power lowpass product.

RLC Electronics


BNC In-Series Adapters

HASCO’s straight coaxial adapters offer performance from DC up to 6 GHz. HASCO offers In-Series adapters in precision, general purpose, low PIM and coax-to-waveguide adapter options. Their coax adapters come in BNC, N, TNC, SMB, SMA, SSMA, 3.5, 2.92, 2.4, 1.85 and 1.0 mm connector configurations, operating up to 110 GHz.



Solid-State Power Amplifier

The AMP2073-3 from Exodus Advanced Communications is a solid-state power amplifier (SSPA) that operates from 2 to 10 GHz. It delivers a CW/pulsed saturated output power of 15 W with a power gain of more than 40 dB. This Class A/AB power amplifier has spurious levels of less than -60 dBc and harmonics of -20 dBc. It is equipped with built-in protection circuits and provides extensive monitoring parameters.

Exodus Advanced Communications

X- & Ku-Band SSPAs

Kratos General Microwave’s cutting-edge, field-proven SSPAs are designed and built for the harshest environment conditions, including hostile temperatures, shock, vibration, moisture, altitudes and G-forces. The custom and off-the-shelf SSPAs in X-Band and Ku-Bands, utilize the latest GaN and GaAs technologies and provide high power density in a compact footprint to meet critical space and weight requirements in high frequencies.

Kratos General Microwave