Articles by AtlanTecRF, Braintree, U.K.

Satellite Redundancy Controller

SatelliteRedundancyControllerAtlanTecRF introduces the new SRU-1000 satellite communications 1:1 redundancy controller that provides a compact and comprehensive method of monitoring and controlling redundancy switching of transmit and receive chain units. The 19” x 1 U rack mount unit is designed to perform a variety of functions in status monitoring and redundancy switching of transmit and receive chain units.

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Ethernet Satellite Loop Test Translator

LTT-Synthesised-LOThe all new ALR series of satellite loop test translators (LTT) introduces, for the first time, the concept of synthesised local oscillator (LO) frequency control to provide the user with a compact, versatile and comprehensive approach to satellite communications equipment alignment and quality monitoring in both Ka and Ku operating bands.

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X-Band Miniature Amplifier: AGM-1005-15

AGM-mini-drThe newly introduced model AGM-1005-15 is a miniature X-Band amplifier, available from stock, which can be used in either connectorised or drop-in configuration and which features high reliability screening to MIL-STD-883 as standard. Covering the frequency range 8 to 12 GHz, this amplifier utilises thin film and MMIC technology to provide a very versatile and economical gain module for microwave applications.

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Ultra Flexible Test Cables

TestCablesUltra flexible test cables with high phase stability are new from AtlanTecRF. With velocity of propagation to 70% and a frequency range from DC to 18 GHz the assemblies are available in a choice of SMA or Type N male stainless steel connectors as standard but with other options available for custom designs.

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AOX Amplifier Series

AOXampSEAtlanTecRF is proud to announce its new, versatile and affordable range of UK designed and manufactured amplifiers. Spanning frequencies from 1 to 20 GHz and operates in temperatures ranging from cryogenic to +100°C, the newly introduced AOX amplifier series features 21 different models, each offering one or more octaves of bandwidth.

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