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New affordable 6 GHz VNA from MegiQ

Developers of wireless products that need to push to the higher communication bands now have access to an affordable VNA for operation up to 6 GHz. The new MegiQ VNA-0460 VNA measures impedances and other S-parameters from 400 MHz up to 6 GHz.


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TE Connectivity’s new heat shrink solution maintains electrical performance

TE Connectivity Ltd. , a world leader in connectivity and sensors, announced its Raychem matched impedance splices for aerospace applications. Designed to comply with MIL-PRF-32517 standard, the splices solve the problem of costly removal and replacement of damaged coaxial cable by allowing fast, easy in situ repairs that maintain characteristic impedance and other electrical properties of the system.


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Agilent Technologies introduces impedance analyzers with flexible frequency options

Test & Measurement

Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the Agilent  E4990A and  E4991B impedance analyzers, specifically designed for R&D, quality assurance and inspection engineers characterizing and evaluating passive electronic components, semiconductor devices and materials. The analyzers provide unparalleled accuracy and the best performance in the industry with flexible frequency options, all at an affordable price.


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High Speed Interconnects' multi-conductor assemblies minimize impedance mismatches

High Speed Interconnects, a custom high performance cable assembly manufacturer, is introducing its MICTOR™ Multi-Conductor Cable Assemblies. These cables are precisely impedance-matched to 50-Ohm impedance (100 Ohms in differential pairs) to achieve high performance and proven reliability in lengths and configurations that ideally match a customer’s requirements.


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TEGAM patents innovative microwave bolometer design

TEGAM Inc., a leading supplier of innovative RF power measurements, was recently awarded Patent No. 8,610,069, “Coaxial to Dual Co-Planar Waveguide Launcher for Microwave Bolometry,” This patent describes a new way to construct bolometers—a type of microwave power sensor that uses thermistors—that makes them more accurate and easier to assembly.


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