RF Transceiver by Spectrum Control (2 more products)

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The MAIA-100240 from Spectrum Control is a Front-End Quad Transmit-Receive Module that operates in the X-Band from 9 to 10 GHz. It is suitable for use in AESA RADAR applications. On the Tx side, it delivers a saturated output power of 5 W per channel for pulsed radars and intermittent CW applications. On the Rx side, it provides a gain of 25 dB with a noise figure of 3.6 dB. This module incorporates the latest GaN technology and allows the AESA array to be controlled pulse-by-pulse using direction cosines or scan patterns that can be pre-loaded with up to 512 steps. It has a power-efficient design that requires a single DC supply of 33 V and consumes less than 2 A of current.

This MAIA-100240 module consists of built-in protection and fault-detection circuits and also incorporates extensive self-test and status monitoring capabilities that provide real-time status monitoring for smart array management and logistics. It allows the user to provide calibration offsets to compensate for array edge effects and side-lobe reduction windowing functions. This module reduces array-level test requirements during series array production and allows it to be freely replaced within an array without affecting the beam pattern when in service. It is available in a through-hole package that measures 184.73 x 59.50 mm with SMPM-male connectors and is ideal for X-Band AESA radars and directional datalink system applications.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Spectrum Control
  • Description
    GaN Front-End Quad Tx/Rx Module from 9 to 10 GHz for AESA Radars

General Parameters

  • Type
  • Frequency
    9 to 10 GHz
  • Applications_Bands
    X Band
  • Applications
  • Channels
    4 Channels
  • Output Power(dBm)
    37 dBm
  • Connectors
    SMPM - Male
  • Supply Voltage
    33 V
  • Weight
    290 g
  • Noise Figure
    3.6 dB
  • Note
    Rx Gain: 25 dB, Return Loss: 10 dB

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