dB Control Showcases New Logarithmic Video Amplifiers and RF PIN Diode Switches at IMS 2022

dB Control Showcases New Logarithmic Video Amplifiers and RF PIN Diode Switches at IMS 2022

dB Control, an international defense electronics manufacturer, is showcasing its new line of custom RF/microwave components and assemblies at IMS 2022 in Denver, Colorado this week. IMS is the world’s premier RF and microwave industry conference and trade show, featuring top-notch technical sessions and hundreds of exhibitors. 

This year at IMS they featured two new products in booth 5102: 

  • Detector Logarithmic Video Amplifiers (DLVA) and Successive DLVAs (SDLVA) - These compact, environmentally sealed packages feature limited RF output, excellent absolute accuracy, and log linearity. Available in both broadband and narrow band configurations, these DLVAs and SDLVAs are ideal for electronic warfare (EW), signal intelligence (SIGINT), instantaneous frequency measurement (IFM) receivers, and other applications that require a fast response and relatively flat frequency response.
  • RF PIN Diode switches and assemblies - These high-power, environmentally sealed broadband and narrow band products are designed to ensure accurate test and measurement of multiple RF components used in radar systems, EW systems, ground-based communications systems, and other applications. All units feature integral TTL and field-replaceable connectors that allow easy removal so units can be dropped into designs to interface directly with pins, saving considerable space. Customized integrated switch assemblies include matrices, filter banks, switched amplifiers, and hybrid switched power dividers.

“Organizations that need RF/microwave components and microwave subsystems often have difficulty identifying standard catalog solutions that will perform optimally or even fit adequately, within their specific systems. dB Control works with each customer to balance their design requirements with cost and performance trade-offs, producing custom layouts that adhere to their specifications. We achieve this by using a fielded, Mil-Qualified modular design approach that enables increased flexibility to achieve challenging requirements, combining proven designs with intuitive customization that optimizes SWaP,” said dB Control Director of Sales, Custom Products and Components Jeff Bly.

Stop by dB Control Booth 5102 to learn more.

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