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The RRM8894010-M1D from RFHIC is a Transceiver Module that operates from 8.8 to 9.4 GHz. In Tx mode, it uses GaN technology to provide an output power of 10 W (pulse width 100 µs (max.), duty cycle up to 20%) and has harmonics of -30 dBc. In Rx mode, it provides a gain of more than 31 dB with a noise figure of less than 4 dB and includes a limiter for receiver protection. This module has a Tx/Rx switching time of less than 500 ns and uses a circulator to implement a duplexer function of Tx and Rx. It also includes a 6-bit digital attenuator with an attenuation range of 31.5 dB (LSB of 0.5 dB) and a 6-bit digital phase shifter with a phase shift range of 354.625° (LSB of 5.625°).

The RRM8894010-M1D can be controlled and check module status information using serial data communication. It is also designed to store and utilize necessary information in the system by the built-in EEPROM. This module requires a DC supply of 6/24 V. It is available in a housing that measures 112 x 48 x 17 mm with an SMP (male) connector and is ideal for use in X-Band radars and active electronically scanned array (AESA) antenna systems.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
  • Description
    GaN Transceiver Module from 8.8 to 9.4 GHz for Radar Applications

General Parameters

  • Type
  • Frequency
    8.8 to 9.4 GHz
  • Applications_Bands
    X Band
  • Applications
    Military, Radar
  • Output Power(dBm)
    40 dBm
  • Connectors
    SMP - Male
  • Supply Voltage
    6 to 28 V
  • Dimension
    112 x 48 x 17 mm
  • Grade
    Commercial, Military
  • Package Type
    Module with Connector
  • Operating Temperature
    -10 to 50 Degree C
  • RoHS
  • Storage Temperature
    -40 to 70 Degree C
  • Noise Figure
    4 dB
  • Output Power(W)
    10 W
  • Note
    Rx Gain: 31 dB, Impedance: 50 Ohms, Pulse Width: 100 us, Duty Cycle: 20 %

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