Renaissance has developed a new X-Band Iso-Adapter that is designed for high rel applications requiring waveguide to coaxial transition. Operating between 8.2 to 12.4 GHz, the iso-adapter provides 0.5 dB of loss and 18 dB of reverse isolation. The output is WR90 for the waveguide interface with UG135/U flange. Input is a type N-female connector.
Renaissance Electronics has designed a new wideband isolator, Model 2A3BAF-RoHS. This isolator operates over 950 to 1500 MHz with an 18 dB minimum isolation, 1.3:1 maximum VSWR and 0.4 dB maximum loss.
Renaissance has designed a high Peak and Average Power handling circulator covering 260 to 300 MHz. With low loss of 0.3 dB and isolation of 20 dB, it is optimized for Aeronautical Communications & Navigation applications.
Renaissance has developed a new solid state programmable attenuator that can be used to perform fading simulations. The device operates from DC – 3 GHz with 5.5 dB insertion loss and can attenuate 90 dB in 0.5 dB steps. The attenuator can handle 20 dBm over -40 to +85 C.
Renaissance has designed a 12 x 12 programmable delay line (PDL) matrix that can be used to simulate targets for phased array radar and receiver optimization. Each of the 12 inputs is connected to dividers, programmable attenuators and a programmable delay line matrix.
Renaissance has developed a new solid state programmable attenuator that can be used to perform fading simulations. The device operates from DC - 3 GHz with 5.5 dB insertion loss and can attenuate 100 dB in 1 dB steps. The attenuator can handle 20 dBm over -40 to +85 C.
Renaissance Electronics has developed a new low PIM attenuator perfect for ATE applications which covers DC to 3.0 GHz. Available in multiple attenuation values and handling 100 W CW, the attenuator exhibits -145 dBc of PIM distortion; making it ideal for test applications which require extremely low PIM.
Renaissance has released a new S-band 2.5 kW peak power drop-in circulator operating from 2.9 to 3.3 GHz. With insertion loss of less than 0.6 dB and with return loss and isolation over 19 dB, the circulator is ideal to duplex an antenna with HPA and a receiver.