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This Slideshow consists of Latest RF & Microwave Products of the Week (22 - 28 Oct, 2020)
The StarLab 50 GHz from MVG World is an Antenna Measurement System for 5G test applications that provides frequency measurements from 650 MHz to 50 GHz. Its spherical near-field measurement capabilities provide flexibility in types of antennas that can be tested, from low to high directivity. The patented multi-probe electronic scanning technology and oversampling capabilities limit mechanical movement. The system integrates cutting-edge technology for measurement and analysis of mm-Wave frequencies and provides fast and accurate test results for a variety of 5G devices. It has a typical dynamic range of 50 dB and is designed for DUTs measuring up to 45 cm. The StarLab 50 GHz system is suitable for mmWave antenna measurement and mmWave OTA testing. It is compliant with the standards specified for CTIA certification of wireless devices. Click here to view specs.
The R&S PR200 is a portable monitoring receiver that operates from 8 kHz to 8 GHz (extended up to 18 GHz with R&S HF907DC SHF handheld antenna). It is an indispensable tool for regulatory authorities, mobile network operators, police forces, military units, and other security organizations. They can use this portable receiver to search for and analyze known and unknown radio emissions and to localize signal sources.
The R&S PR200 performs signal processing in two separate paths, each with up to 40 MHz realtime bandwidth, making it possible to simultaneously display the spectrum and analyze in the frequency domain, as well as to display the signal and demodulate in the time domain. This device reliably detects signals with a duration of 1.5 microseconds, so virtually no signal goes undetected.
The receiver is ideal for complex signal environments and offers automatic gain control (AGC) to attenuate or amplify the input signal. It can record and reproduce all measured va...Click here to view specs.
The C1209 is a vector network analyzer that operates from 100 kHz to 9 GHz. It has a dynamic range of 148 dB and can be operated with any Windows PC or laptop. The VNA has a measurement speed of 10 microseconds and can measure up to 500,001 points. It has a wide output power range from -60 dBm to 15 dBm. The VNA efficiently handles advanced test applications. The C1209 takes up about half a rack (in width) measuring 14.8 x 8.3 x 3.7 inches and weighs 10.5 lbs. (4.8 kg).
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The ZXF90-2-24-K+ from Mini-Circuits is a 2x Frequency Multiplier with an input frequency from 6 to 10 GHz and an output frequency from 12 to 20 GHz. It has a wide input power range from 16 to 22 dBm with a 17 dB conversion loss and good harmonic suppression. This multiplier is available in a rugged 2.92 mm connectorized housing that measures 0.68 x 0.73 x 0.36 inches. It can be used in a wide range of applications including satellite up and down converters, defense and radar communication, local oscillators, mobiles, synthesizers, and fixed microwave systems. Click here to view specs.
The AT-AM6-75110-08 from AT Microwave is a W-Band 6x Active Frequency Multiplier that upconverts an input frequency from 12.5 - 18.33 GHz to an output RF frequency from 75 - 110 GHz. This multiplier can amplify the input signal to have an output power level of up to 8 dBm. It has a low harmonic suppression of -15 dBc with integrated input and output buffers that deliver a high output power at a low drive level. This multiplier requires a DC voltage of 5 V and draws up to 600 mA of current. It is available in a module that measures 600 x 30 x 20 cm with SMA Female connectors and is ideal for test equipment, radar systems, RF over fiber, and W band communication applications. Click here to view specs.
The Series 1100 L-Band Airborne Amplifiers from TSL have been developed for Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) and for Traffic Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) applications. They are designed to operate at 1030 MHz and/or 1090 MHz. The amplifiers provide an output power from 5 to 4000 W, have a duty of 1 - 2% (25% short-term) and a pulse width of up to 35 µs.
The Series 1100 are state-of-the-art power amplifier that utilize the latest in Bipolar and LDMOS technologies. Designs include Differential Phase Shift Keying (DPSK) modulation providing digitized cosine form transitions for rise and fall times. Some models are available with High Speed Pulse Suppression.
These amplifiers comply with IFF Modes 1, 2, 3A & C, 4, ,5, and Mode S-ELM designed to meet the demanding standards of DoD AIMS97-1000, RTCA/DO-181C, and STANAG 4193. Series 1100 products are in use worldwide in IFF Transponders and in the US Army Model PPX-3 IFF Interrogator. Click here to view specs.
The LPA-500-LLPL from Times Microwave Systems is a 1/2” Air-Dielectric Corrugated Plenum Cable that can be used at frequencies up to 6 GHz. It has been designed to offer excellent intermodulation performance and can be used as feedlines within buildings to support distributed antenna systems (DAS). The solid outer conductor of the corrugated coaxial cable creates a continuous RFI/EMI shield that minimizes system interference.
The cable has a bend radius of more than 5 mm and an attenuation of less than 6.23 dB/ft. It provides shielding of over 120 dB, has a propagation velocity of 86%, and capacitance of 23.2 pF/ft. It has a bend radius of more than 5 mm, attenuation of less than 6.23 dB/ft.
The LPA-500-LLPL is available with N-Type, 4.3-10, and NEX10 Connectors. Click here to view specs.
The EM Series from MegaPhase are Armored Test Cables for EMC applications that operate up to 40 GHz. These low loss, ultra-rugged cables are constructed using materials that meet electromagnetic compatibility testing standards. They provide excellent shielding effectiveness of -120 dBc and the benefits of crush resistant armoring. These cables can be used to make cable assemblies with Type N, SMA, TNC, BNC, 3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm, 1.85 mm and 7-16 DIN connectors. Phase matching, alternative conductive jackets and other features are available to suit specific EMI/RFI test environments. Click here to view specs.
The WLAN8101H from NXP is a 2.4 GHz 2 x 2 MIMO Front End Module that supports WLAN IEEE802.11a/n/ac/ax and Wi-Fi 6. It includes two monolithic front-end ICs. Each IC has an integrated WLAN amplifier, an integrated Bluetooth amplifier, a low noise amplifier with bypass functionality, directional couplers, and an SPDT switch. The module also includes coexistence filters for both transmit and receive channels. The device is matched to 50 Ω and integrates harmonics and out of band filtering which minimizes the layout area in the application.
The WLAN8101H is available in a 3 x 4 mm package and is suitable for applications in WLAN, Wi-Fi 6, smartphones, tablets, netbooks, and other portable computing devices. It is also suitable for embedded system applications. Click here to view specs.
The 1000S1G2z5B from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation is a Solid-state, Self-contained, Air-cooled, Broadband Amplifier system that operates from 1 to 2.5 GHz. This amplifier when used with a sweep generator, provides over 1000 W of RF power with a gain of over 60 dB. It is protected from RF input overdrive by an input leveling circuit which controls the RF input level to the amplifier first stage when the input level is increased above 0 dBm. The RF amplifier stages are protected from over-temperature by removing the DC voltage to them if an over-temperature condition occurs due to cooling blockage or fan failure. It is equipped with a Digital Control Panel (DCP) which provides both local and remote control of the amplifier.
All amplifier control functions and status indications can also be viewed/controlled remotely using the GPIB/IEEE-488 format, RS-232, fiber optics, USB, and Ethernet.
This CE and RoHS-compliant amplifier system measures 22.1 x 38.5 x 32.5 Inches with an N- typ...Click here to view specs.
The HDRF-20U60-A1 from RF Electronics is an RF Shielded Test Enclosure that operates from 20 MHz to 6 GHz. It has a thick RF absorbing foam that provides an isolation of over 95 dB. The device has shielded power filters which can be used to power devices placed inside the enclosure while blocking all wireless signals. The absorbers deaden standing waves and reflections with a reflection loss of -25 dB at 2.4 GHz and higher frequencies.
This shielded test enclosure is available in a 19" rack mount unit that measures 436 (W) X 880 (H) X 585 (D) mm (exterior) and is ideal for 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, WLAN, Bluetooth, digital forensic, R&D, EMC testing, Wireless testing, RFID, 3G, LTE, 5G Device Testing. The enclosure has a number of I/O connector options that include HDMI, RJ45, USB, DB9, VGA, DB25, SMA, RJ232, and AC/DC. Click here to view specs.
The D11149 from Werlatone is a 4-Way Power Divider that operates from 700 MHz to 6 GHz. This power divider has an insertion loss of 0.6 dB and can handle up to 300 watts of power. It has a phase balance of 5 degrees and an amplitude balance of 0.3 dB. The divider/combiner is available in a module that measures 4.35 x 3.9 x 1.15 inch and has been designed to handle the most stringent environmental conditions. Click here to view specs.
The BE70A Series from Samtech is a range of flexible low-loss Microwave Cable Assemblies that operate up to 70 GHz. With a dual-row grid design, they provide up to 16 spring-loaded contacts and are available in stripline or microstrip PCB transmission configuration. These assemblies feature 0.086-inch cables with a bend radius of 8.9 mm. They are suited for high performance test applications because of their compression interfaces, small footprint, and high cycle count capabilities. The assembly is available with passivated stainless-steel 1.85 mm (end 2) connectors. Click here to view specs.
The NW-PA-15D05A from NuWaves is a GaN solid-state power amplifier that operates from 800 MHz to 2500 MHz. It delivers more than 20 watts of RF power with an efficiency of 25% to extend the operational range of data links and transmitters. The PA provides a gain of up to 61 dB and near-constant envelope waveforms. It requires a supply voltage of 27 to 30 V DC and consumes up to 3.6 A of current. The module measures 6.5 x 4.5 x 1.0 inches with SMA female connectors and is ideal for RF communication systems, RF telemetry, software defined radios and unmanned aircraft systems applications. The power amplifier has over-voltage protection and can operate over a wide temperature range of -40 C to +85 C (baseplate). Click here to view specs.
The LE-K1330308-SM from Arralis is a GaN Power Amplifier MMIC that operates from 17 to 20.5 GHz. It provides a saturated output power of more than 10 W with a large signal gain of 20 dB and has a PAE of 25%. This amplifier is fabricated on a space-qualified 0.25 µm GaN-on-SiC process and is integrated with DC blocking capacitors on RF ports. It is available in a 7 x 7 x 1.3 mm hermetically sealed surface mount ceramic package. This 50 ohm amplifier incorporates an output power detector to assist with system integration and is well suited for satellite communications and point to point applications. Click here to view specs.
The APT4-18004000-4008-D20-N from AmpliTech is a Low-Noise Amplifier that operates from 18 to 40 GHz. It provides a P1dB of 8 dBm with a gain of 40 dB and a noise figure of 3 dB. Constructed for MIL-883 and MIL-45208 standards, this amplifier has been designed on a state-of-the-art PHEMT process and has good gain flatness across the band. This amplifier is available in a module and is ideal for use in wideband communication systems, test instruments, radar systems, Point-to-Multi-Point radios, EW/ECM communications systems, and military & space applications. It is available in a module with connectors. Click here to view specs.
The SKY66430-11 is a multi-band multi-chip System-in- Package (SiP) that supports cellular LTE-M/NB-IoT (half-duplex FDD) platforms. The SiP integrates the entire RF front end, transceiver, power management, memory, and baseband modem for an LTE multi-band radio operating in the 700 to 2200 MHz frequency range. This SiP is compliant to 3GPP Rel-13 LTE Advanced Pro specifications, including VoLTE support and is upgradable to 3GPP Rel-14. The module operates over a single 3.1 V to 4.5 V supply. It is available in a 8.8 x 10.8 x 0.95 mm BGA package and is ideal for wearables, personal trackers, alarm systems and low-power IoT devices applications. Click here to view specs.
The 5550BP14D0800 from Johanson Technology is a High Rejection Ceramic Band Pass Filter with a pass band from 5150 to 5950 MHz. It can handle up to 3 W of CW power, has an insertion loss of less than 1.0 dB, and a return loss of over 9.5 dB. The filter provides an attenuation of more than 40 dB from 700 to 3800 MHz and more than 20 dB from 7250 to 11700 MHz. This RoHS-compliant band pass filter is available in a 0603 ceramic form factor and is ideal for Wi-Fi/ISM applications. Click here to view specs.
The Pamir-X Line of BUCs from Advantech Wireless are X-Band GaN based SSPA BUCs that up-convert an input frequency from 950 - 1450 MHz to an output frequency from 7.9 - 8.4 GHz with an LO frequency of 6.95 GHz. They are available in multiple output power configurations of 40W / 50W / 60W / 80W / 100W with a gain of 60 dB. These BUCs can operate using both an AC supply voltage of 120/220 V or a DC supply voltage from 36 to 72 V and consume up to 480 W of power.
They are IP67 rated and measure 7.8 x 4.72 x 4.37 inches (DC Model) and 7.8 x 4.72 x 5.59 inches (AC Model) with an N-type (F) connector at the input and a CPR 112G (Grooved) waveguide interface at the output. These hub-mount up-converter transmitters weigh less than 8 lbs and are ideal for feed mounting. Click here to view specs.
The HA7062C from Holzworth is a real time fully integrated phase noise analysis system that operates from 10 MHz to 6 GHz. It utilizes the same core engine from the HA7402C analyzer along with a pair of high performance RF Synthesizers as the test signal LOs. The stability of the agile synthesizers operating as LO sources for the high speed, cross-correlation core enables an extremely reliable phase noise analyzer.
Excellent Analog Performance: The HA7062C has a high speed digital processor for speed, but the proven accuracy and speed starts with the analog front end. A key component of the analog front end is a pair of Holzworth 6GHz HSX Series RF Synthesizers as the test system's internal LOs. These ultra low noise RF sources not only complement the dual core FFT engine to provide one of the most advanced phase noise analyzers available, but they are also made available to the user at the front panel&rsquos LO Output ports.
Measured Noise Figure: Competitive designs...Click here to view specs.
The 50BA-048-95 from JFW Industries is a Benchtop Attenuator Assembly that operates from 200 to 8000 MHz. It is available with two solid-state step attenuators each providing up to 95 dB of attenuation with 1 dB step size. The attenuators have an insertion loss of less than 8 dB and a switching speed of 4 µs. This bi-directional attenuator assembly has input and output ports with the input ports being rated for +24 dBm while the output ports are rated for +15 dBm.
The attenuators can be manually controlled from the front panel or remotely controlled via Ethernet/RS-232. It is available in a mini-benchtop enclosure with SMA female connectors. Click here to view specs.
The P3T-9R5G10G-55-R-SFF from Planar Monolithics is a Reflective, SP3T Switch that operates from 9.5 to 10 GHz. It has an insertion loss of less than 1.5 dB, isolation of more than 55 dB, and switching speed of under 1 µs. The switch can handle an input power of 7.5 W and requires a supply voltage of +5 / -28 VDC. It is available in a module with SMA female connectors and measures 1.5 x 1.25 x 0.75 inches. Click here to view specs.
The BK-745EW from Microlab is a Quad Diplexer which allows the combination and separation of signals in the PCS band from 1850 - 1990 MHz with the AWS-WCS bands from 1695 - 1780 MHz and 2110 - 2360 MHz. It has an insertion loss of less than 0.35 dB, provides isolation of over 40 dB, and has a low PIM of -161 dBc. This diplexer can handle up to 100 W of input power and is designed using passive a proprietary technique that minimizes cost and size. It is available in an IP67-rated module with 4.3-10 (f) Flanged connectors. Click here to view specs.
The MS-MBA-2 from MatSing is a Base-Station Antenna that operates from 1710 to 2690 MHz. This dual slant ±45° polarized antenna provides a gain of up to 17.8 dBi with a horizontal coverage of 120° and a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. The antenna utilizes a patented spherical lens design with 3 isolated high-frequency cross-polarized beams with each beam having 2 cross-polarized ports for supporting 2x2 MIMO. The lens technology makes this antenna suitable for 3 to 9 sector LTE cell site deployments. It has a first sidelobe of less than -16 dB and a front to back ratio of more than 28 dB while providing a port-to-port isolation of higher than 28 dB.
This pipe mounted antenna is available in a chassis that measures 47 x 61 x 66 cm with a fiberglass radome and the tilt of this antenna is adjustable from 0-30° for each beam. Click here to view specs.
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