American Microwave Corp. offers model number SM-8T-818 OPTION A8429468-1, an 8.2 to 10.34 GHz bandpass RF filter. The RF filter has a frequency range of 8.2 to 10.34 GHz with an insertion loss of 2.0 dB maximum. This module has a VSWR of 1.5:1 maximum, minimum power rating of 200 mW CW, RF input connector type SMA female, RF output connector type SMA male and an operating temperature range of -54°C to +70°C. The size is 4.0 in. × 1.5 in. × 0.75 in.
American Microwave Corporation
Exodus Advanced Communications introduces their ultra-compact 1.0 to 6.0 GHz lightweight module. This module produces 25 W minimum, 30 W nominal power. The minimum power gain is 44 dB with -20 dBc harmonics. Included are current and temperature sensing and built-in protection circuits for optimum reliability and ruggedness for all applications. The nominal weight is 450 g and dimensions of 75 mm × 105 mm × 30 mm.
Exodus Advanced Communications
Introducing Flann’s new design of a waveguide switch. The new 337 series is a range of compact, low mass, low inertia, high-power switches with low insertion loss, high isolation and minimal PIM. Easily adaptable to many applications including test and measurement, aerospace and spaceflight. The H-plane structure allows easy integration with other components, giving the potential to create an entire switching network to include multiple switches, combiners, filters, etc. Models are available up to 330 GHz.
Mini-Circuits’ model ZLSS252-100W-S+ is a coaxial lowpass filter with passband of DC to 2.5 GHz and stopband extending to 9 GHz. Based on suspended-substrate-stripline technology, the filter handles as much as 100 W input power. Ideal for ISM band applications, it has typical passband insertion loss of 0.2 dB and typical return loss of 24 dB. Typical rejection is 35 dB from 3.9 to 4.7 GHz, 55 dB from 4.7 to 6.0 GHz and 90 dB from 6.0 to 9.0 GHz.
Pasternack has announced the launch of double-ridge waveguide couplers showcasing integrated coaxial connectors for seamless transitions in various applications. The new double-ridge waveguide couplers boast superior VSWR performance, offering ratios as low as 1.25:1. This is an unparalleled feature that ensures efficient power transmission and reduced reflection, aiding in the maintenance of signal integrity. Additionally, the broadwall and loop coupler designs in this line set new standards for broadband performance and efficiency in the industry.