Ceramic Waveguide Filters

With rapid development of wireless communication technology, the requirement for filters with high Q value, low insertion loss, higher power handling capability along with higher out-of-band rejection in a smaller footprint has become the necessity. JQL has introduced a high performance ceramic waveguide filter to meet the market demand emerging from the 5G equipment manufacturers.

JQL Technologies

BandPass Filter

Kyocera AVX’s BP0805 bandpass filter is based on thin-film multi-layer technology. The technology provides a miniature part with excellent high frequency performance and rugged construction for reliable automatic assembly. The ITF Filter is offered in a variety of frequency bands compatible with various types of high frequency wireless systems.

Kyocera AVX

Resistor Divider

The MPDR-0070CSP2 is a DC to 70 GHz resistive divider that is packaged in an ultra-small form factor of 2.5 mm × 2.5 mm CSP. The divider (splitters) can be used as part of an analog or hybrid beamforming architecture; it allows a single RF chain to be split to support multiple beams or multiple antennas in a 5G AESA. Where loss and isolation are critical, the MPDW-0070CSP2 is a footprint-compatible Wilkinson divider.

Marki Microwave

14 W High Power Amplifier

Mi-Wave’s 955A-29.3/40/41.5/KF/599HAC 14 W high power amplifier offers 29.3 GHz frequency with a typical small signal gain of 40 dB and Psat of 41.5 dBm. This unit is used for 5G applications. In addition, Mi-Wave offers various 955 Series 5G power amplifiers with various frequency ranges, bandwidths, gain and power outputs. All are manufactured in-house in America and fully customizable to meet your 5G and mmWave needs. Please consult with Mi-Wave for your specific RF needs.

Millimeter Wave Products

High Power Amplifier

Quantic PMI’s Model PA-2G18G-43-5-40-SFF is a high power amplifier designed for a remarkably low noise figure of 3.5 dB and Psat of 40 dBm (10 W) over the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range with a high gain of 43 dB and ±1.5 dB gain flatness. Optional model PA-2G18G-43-5-40-SFF-HS is available with a heat sink and 120 Vac cooling fan. Other options available are optimized frequency bands, environmental screening and hermetic sealing.

Quantic PMI

Wireless InSite®

Remcom’s Wireless InSite® supports the simulation of RF interactions with engineered electromagnetic surfaces (EES), allowing modeling of passive metasurfaces designed to optimize wireless communication coverage by manipulating how signals propagate through a scene. EES artificially enhances wireless coverage at microwave and mmWave frequencies via printed conductive patterns on substrates such as plastic or glass. Wireless InSite’s ray-tracing and EM path processing calculations enable the prediction of reflections, transmissions and diffractions that interact with EES placed within office buildings and urban areas.


RadioThorium: 24–44 GHz Frequency Converter

The RadioThorium mmWave converter is a standalone platform for use in the 24 to 44 GHz range. The module is designed to interface directly with software-defined radios, such as those commonly implemented using Analog Devices’ Mixed-Signal Front End (MxFE), or a similar software-defined radio, to obtain a complete mmWave system. Up to four modules can be combined in parallel to create complex MIMO applications.

Richardson RFPD


Synergy Microwave introduces two new “GOLD Standard” series, surface-mount dielectric resonator oscillators (DROs) combining ultra-low phase noise with extended temperature range. These products are ideally suited for free running and phase-locked applications in 5G and 6G high data rate clocking converters, radar, military communications and test instrumentation. The GSDRO1200-8XT operates at 12 GHz and the GSDRO1500-8XT operates at 15 GHz, with typical phase noise of -123 dBc/Hz and -114 dBc/Hz, respectively, at 10 KHz offset. The operating temperature range is from -40°C to +85°C.

Synergy Microwave