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This Slideshow consists of Latest RF & Microwave Products of the Week (24 - 30 Sept, 2020)
The AM1102 from Atlanta Micro is a Cascadable Low Noise Amplifier that operates from DC to 22 GHz. It provides a gain of over 14 dB with a noise figure of less than 2.3 dB and has a P1dB of 15 dB. This gain block has an OIP3 of 26 dBm and requires a DC supply of 3.3 V for operation. The device exhibits moderate gain and excellent noise figure over a wide frequency range which makes AM1102 a useful component for many broadband applications. It is available in a 3 mm QFN package and is ideally suited for low SWaP applications. Click here to view specs.
The APN293 from Northrop Grumman is a Monolithic GaN HEMT Amplifier that operates from 16 to 20.8 GHz. It provides a saturated output power of 38.5 dBm with a gain of over 10 dB and has a PAE of more than 30%. This amplifier requires a DC supply of 20 V and consumes 256 mA of current. It is available as a die that measures 9 sq. mm and is ideal for military SATCOM, point-to-point radio, point-to-multipoint communications, terminal amplifiers, and phased-array radar applications. Click here to view specs.
The NW-PA-LS-5-MI01 from NuWaves is a Micro L & S-Band Solid-State Power Amplifier that operates from 1 to 2.5 GHz. It provides a saturated output power of 7 watts and a gain of over 41 dB with an efficiency of 35 %. This amplifier requires a supply voltage of 26 to 30 VDC and consumes less than 1.25 A of current. It is available in a rugged aluminum module that measures 1.8 x 1.8 x 0.5 inches with SSMC female connectors. This PA is ideal for use in unmanned aircraft systems, unmanned ground vehicles, broadband RF telemetry, RF communication, software defined radios and test lab applications. Click here to view specs.
The APTW6-06700775-50K10-112-D6 from AmpliTech is a Low Noise Amplifier that operates from 6.7 to 7.75 GHz. It provides a gain of more than 60 dB, has a noise figure of under 0.7 dB, a noise temperature of less than 50 K, and a P1dB of +10 dBm. The amplifier uses AmpliTech’s unique non-isolator design that ensures excellent insertion loss and return loss. It is designed with internal DC regulation, reverse voltage protection and utilizes PHEMT technology. The LNA requires a DC supply voltage of 15 V and typically consumes 225 mA of current. This MIL-883 certified amplifier is available in a module that measures 2.5 x 3.75 inches with a WR112 waveguide input and N-Type (f) output connector (SMA-female output connector also available). It is suitable for use in military satellite antenna systems, base stations, repeaters of cellular networks, radars, and SATCOM. Click here to view specs.
The RSA5000 from RIGOL is a Real Time Spectrum Analyzer. It is available in two frequency configurations 9 kHz to 3.2 GHz and 9 kHz to 6.5 GHz. The analyzer has a Real-Time Analysis Bandwidth of 25 MHz with 1 Hz Resolution Bandwidth and 7 Real-Time visualization modes. It has a 10.1” Capacitive touchscreen display with an intutive control interface. The RSA5000 combines industry leading realtime performance (7.45µs 100% POI), rich data displays, and advanced triggering options allowing the user to quickly capture, identify and analyze these complex events. Click here to view specs.
The 5234B from Keysight is a 2-Port Vector Network Analyzer that operates from 10 MHz to 43.5 GHz. It is designed for S-parameter and simple nonlinear testing of passive components, amplifiers, and frequency converter. The analyzer provides an excellent price-to-performance ratio for microwave manufacturing and measures S-parameters with good accuracy in cost-sensitive applications. It has a frequency resolution of 1 Hz, a phase noise of -97 dBc/Hz at an offset of 1 MHz and harmonics of less than -40 dBc.
This analyzer provides insight into component behavior using a 12.1” LCD multi-touch display with a 1280 x 800 resolution and has an intuitive user interface. It has GPIB, PCIe, USB ports, ethernet, VGA video output and mini display ports for interfacing and data sharing. The VNA requires an AC power supply from 100 to 120 V or 220 to 240 V (auto-switching input power supply) and consumes up to 350 W of power. The 5234B is available as a rack-mount or benchtop unit that measu...Click here to view specs.
The IQxstream-5G from Litepoint is a multi-DUT manufacturing test solution with 200 MHz of contiguous bandwidth for physical layer testing across the 5G NR Sub-6 GHz frequency range. This high performance, compact platform also supports 2G/3G/4G cellular technologies and is ideal for user equipment (UE) applications such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.
This 5G FR1 Sub-6 GHz Cellular Test System that operates from 400 to 6000 MHz. It also supports other cellular standards like C-V2X, LTE TDD/ FDD, LAA, and other 2G/3G technologies. The test platform can also support other wireless technologies including Wi-Fi (802.11a/ac/ah/ax/b/g/n/p/af), Bluetooth, Zigbee, NB-IoT, and the popular navigational technologies with a software upgrade.
The IQxstream-5G supports up to eight bi-directional VSA and VSG ports thus making it ideal for multi-DUT testing of user equipment (UE) applications like 5G NR smartphones and tablets. All eight ports are factory calibrated which enables fast deplo...Click here to view specs.
The HSM6001B from Holzworth Instrumentation is an RF synthesizer module that operates from 10 MHz to 6.7 GHz. It is a microwave CW source that is architected on a non-PLL based platform. The digital-analog hybrid design provides excellent phase noise performance and spurious response, which compliments the phase coherent nature of this digital-analog hybrid signal source.
The module can be controlled directly via the SPI bus, the Holzworth GUI, a preloaded lookup table, LabVIEW, MATLAB, C++, C#, etc. It has a switching speed of less than 6 ms with phase memory and an onboard precision 100 MHz OCXO. The HSM6001A is ideal for electronics design, manufacturing test and OEM systems integration applications. Click here to view specs.
The SOT-02220313200-SF-B6 from ERAVANT is a Frequency Synthesizer Module that operates from 0.2 to 20 GHz. It has a frequency stability of ±0.2 ppm and low phase noise of less than -115 dBc/Hz. The model is externally referenced with an internal reference backup and has a frequency resolution of up to 0.1 Hz. It has a spurious of -70 dBc, harmonics of less than -30 dBc, and features a TTL lock indicator with an SPI control interface.
This synthesizer has a pulse width from 0.1 to 10 ms with a pulse modulation time of less than 30 ns. It requires a DC supply voltage of 12 V and consumes up to 1600 mA of current. The oscillator has a built-in voltage regulator to further improve the signal quality and provide over-voltage protection. This device is available in a module that measures 5.8 (L) x 3.7 (W) x 0.7 (H) inches with SMA (F) I/O connectors and is ideal for standard test instrumentations, communication, and radar systems applications. Click here to view specs.
The OCT3032W from Ocstasic is a high-performance, low-power SoC for 4G LTE and 5G applications. The SoC supports 5G New Radio (NR) for both Non-Standalone (NSA) and Standalone (SA) deployments with throughputs up to 800/300 Mbps for downlink/uplink. It has a multi-core digital signal processor (DSP), coupled with an on-chip 800 MHz quad-core Arm® Cortex®-A7 processor that provides high processing capacity per watt for mission-critical wireless applications including 2G to 5G small cells, femtocells, network-in-a-box (NiB), private wireless networks, tactical communications, public safety and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networks. It consumes 0.5 to 8 W of power, depending on the application.
The OCT3032W comprises of up to 32 Opus3 DSP cores, a wireless accelerator group, a CPU complex, a total of 18 MB of internal memory, and various peripheral interfaces. Its Crossbar Interconnect (XBC) provides a 90 Gbps high-bandwidth interconnect between the DSP cores, CPU comp...Click here to view specs.
The CMWX1ZZABZ-078 from Murata is LoRa Transceiver Module that operates from 860 to 930 MHz. It is based on the Semtech SX1276 ultra-long range spread spectrum wireless transceiver and an STMicro STM32L0 series ARM Cortex-M0+ 32-bit microcontroller (MCU). The transceiver has an integrated TCXO which exhibits robust low drift thermal characteristics and provides an accurate clock source for the RF transceiver. It provides an output power of up to 14 dBm which can be increased to 20 dBm by using a PA boost function. This transceiver requires a DC supply from 2.2 to 3.6 V.
The CMWX1ZZABZ-078 is available in a metal shielded LGA package that measures 12.5 x 11.6 x 1.76 mm and is ideal for smart metering, wearables, tracking, M2M, and internet of things (IoT) edge nodes applications. Click here to view specs.
The MA510-GL from Fibocom is an LTE CAT-M Module that supports LTE Cat-M1, Cat-NB2, and EGPRS communication protocols. It is based on the Qualcomm IoT platform and has an in-built GNSS module. This IoT module requires a DC supply from 3.3-4.5 V and supports eDRX / PSM low power modes with a current consumption of up to 3.2 uA (PSM mode). It supports MQTT, CoAP, LWM2M network protocols, and industrial interfaces such as UART, USB, I2C, SPI, GPIO, and I2S. Click here to view specs.
The SKY85747-11 from Skyworks is a 5 GHz Front-End Module for 802.11ax networking and WLAN-enabled wireless video streaming systems. It incorporates a transmit/receive (T/R) switch, a high-gain low-noise amplifier (LNA) with bypass, and a power amplifier (PA). The FEM has a transmit gain of 34.5 dB, receive gain of 16 dB, and requires a supply voltage of 5.5 V. The LNA and PA disable functions ensure low leakage current in the off mode. An integrated logarithmic power detector is also included to provide closed-loop power control over 20 dB of dynamic range. This FEM is available in a 24-pin 3 x 5 mm Land Grid Array (LGA) package and is ideal for use in routers and gateways. Click here to view specs.
The AMKD20 from AMKOM is a DBS-Band Block Up Converter that up-converts an input frequency from 950-1750 MHz and 1400-1700 MHz to an output frequency from 17.3-18.1 GHz and 18.1-18.4 GHz. It provides a saturated output power of 20 W (43 dBm) and a linear power of 16 W (42 dBm) with a gain of over 69 dB. This BUC has a switchable 16.35 GHz and 16.70 GHz Local Oscillator with an external auto-sensing reference of 10 MHz. It requires a DC voltage from 18-55 V and consumes 115 W of power @Psat. This BUC has an in-built receive band reject filter, DC input noise suspension filter, and field-replaceable IP69K rated fans.
The AMKD20 uses mature, proven, efficient, and reliable GaAs + GaN high power amplifiers with internal overdrive protection and a precise linearization technique. Each unit is rigorously tested and has a triple protection sealed waveguide output. The BUC exceeds all IESS-308/309 phase noise standards and is compliant with MIL-STD810E, MIL-STD810F, and Method 514.5 C-2 Tr...Click here to view specs.
The PDV-3W01 from American Microwave Corporation is a 3-Way Power Divider that operates from 2 to 5.12 GHz. It has an insertion loss of less than 0.8 dB, provides isolation of over 16 dB, and can handle an average power of up to 4 watts. It has a phase imbalance of 5 degrees and an amplitude imbalance of 0.6 dB. When used as a combiner this device can handle up to 4 watts of power at each port. It is available in a module that measures 2.6 x 2 x 0.38 inches and can be used as a non-coherent or coherent combiner. Click here to view specs.
The C5878 from Werlatone is an Uneven RF Power Splitter that operates from 150 to 1000 MHz. It can handle up to 350 W of input power, provides a coupling of 6 dB (± 1 dB variation) and has an insertion loss of less than 0.5 dB. This non-isolated tapper is utilized to un-evenly split a single run of 50-ohm coaxial cable hosting multiple frequency bands. It is available in a module that measures 7.6 x 8.4 x 1.5 inches with coaxial connectors. Click here to view specs.
The N-LT 500 from Prana is a Solid-State Power Amplifier that operates from 20 to 1000 MHz. This Class A amplifier delivers a typical CW output power of 500 W with a gain of 54 dB. It requires a 200-250 V AC supply and consumes 11.1 A of current. The amplifier has a touch-screen color LCD display which shows the status and faults and is available with various interface options: ethernet, USB, GPIB, and RS232. It is designed for minimal maintenance with easy access to all parts, modular designs, and repairs with minimum adjustments. The N-LT 500 is available as a rack-mount unit that measures 640 x 450 x 312 mm (7U) with N-type (F) connectors and is suitable for applications such as EMC testing, RF tests, and instrumentation, radio communication, and measurement/research laboratories. Click here to view specs.
The 750W1000B from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation is a Solid-State Amplifier that operates from 80 to 1000 MHz. This self-contained, air-cooled amplifier when used with an RF sweep generator, provides more than 750 watts of power with a gain of over 58.8 dB. This class A amplifier has a Digital Control Panel (DCP) from where the gain and power level can be controlled. All amplifier control functions and status indications can also be viewed/controlled remotely using the GPIB/IEEE-488 format, RS-232 hardware and fiber optics, USB, or Ethernet.
The 750W1000B is available in a portable benchtop package that measures 56.1 x 97.8 x 82.5 cm with an N-type female connector at the input and a 7-16 DIN female connector at the output. This amplifier has been designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required. Click here to view specs.
The UM482 is a multi-band GNSS module with integrated multi-band Real Time Kinematics (RTK) technology for light-weight robots, GIS, intelligent driving, UAV applications. It concurrently uses GNSS signals from BDS B1/B2, GPS L1/L2, GLONASS L1/L2, Galileo E1/E5b, and QZSS L1/L2 constellations. This multi-band GNSS receiver is based on Nebulas-II SoC that supports 432 channels, two 600 MHz ARM processors, and dedicated high-speed floating-point coprocessors, for powerful satellite signal processing. It adopts Unicore’s new-generation “UGypsophila” RTK processing technology and takes advantage of the high-performance data sharing capability and super-simplified operating system within the Nebulas II GNSS SoC. This module delivers centimeter-level accuracy in seconds by combining GNSS signals from multiple frequency bands (L1/L2/L5) and RTK technology. It requires a DC supply of 3.3 V and consumes 2.4 W of power.
The UM482 performs pattern matching recognition and co...Click here to view specs.
The 2JC01MC2F from 2J Antennas is a Magnetic Mount GNSS L1/L2 Antenna that operates at 1227 MHz and 1561-1606 MHz. It supports GPS (L1C), GPS (L2C), GLONASS (L1OF), BeiDou (B1), QZSS (L1C), QZSS (L2C), Gallielo (E1), and SBAS (L1) standards and is designed for high precision centimeter-level accuracy. By combining Precise Point Positioning (PPP) of L1 and L2 bands with Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) satellite navigation, this antenna can match military specification accuracy. It also has a high rejection pre-filter and delivers an active gain of over 28 dB with a noise figure of less than 1.6 dB. The antenna is right hand circularly polarized with a hemispherical radiation pattern and consumes 48 W of power. It measures 54 x 21.5 mm and is available with an SMA-male connector and a 300 cm long LL100 cable. This IP67/IP69 certified antenna is ideal for land surveys, hydrographic surveys, unmanned aerial vehicle navigation, autonomous vehicles, and civil aviation applications. Click here to view specs.
The PA-2750-CO from Kratos is an Absorptive SP15T Switch that operates from 5.3 to 7.5 GHz. It can handle up to 200 mW of CW input power, has an insertion loss of less than 4.5 dB, and provides isolation of more than 50 dB. The switch has an ON/OFF time of less than 100 nsec with a switching speed of 0.1 us. It features a 4-bit internal decoder and has an integrated driver which requires +5 V and -12 V power supplies. The proper currents required to switch the ports ON or OFF are provided by the driver, which is controlled by external logic signals. The PA-2750-CO is available in a hermetically sealed module that measures 75.0 x 75.0 x 12.7 mm with SMA-female connectors. Click here to view specs.
The 50SA-232 from JFW Industries is an RF switch module that consists of 2 individually controlled SP6T switches that operate from DC to 18 GHz. Each switch has an insertion loss of less than 0.5 dB and provides isolation of over 70 dB. They can handle up to 100 Watt of input power at 4 GHz and have a switching speed of up to 20 ms. The switching can be manually controlled via a 20-button keypad and an LCD screen or can be remotely controlled via Ethernet and RS-232 interfaces. The 50SA-232 is available as a benchtop unit that measures 10 x 4.50 x 0.15 mm with SMA female connectors. Click here to view specs.
The DPBP 70/3333-20-TETRA from Amphenol Procom is a 2 x 6 Resonator Bandpass Duplex Filter designed to combine TETRA 380 - 400 MHz and 410 - 430 MHz to one common feeder. It has an insertion loss of less than 0.7 dB and provides an isolation of more than 60 dB in the stopband. The filter can handle up to 200 W of input power and has a VSWR of less than 1.5:1. It uses reduced-length ¼ λ cavities in a compact, strong aluminium housing and has built-in DC block between all ports. The filter is available in a module that measures 218 x 300 x 105 mm with N-Type (F) connectors. Click here to view specs.
The AE18000SSH6615 from Anatech Electronics is a Suspended Stripline High Pass Filter with a cutoff frequency of 18 GHz and a passband from 18 to 40 GHz. The filter has an insertion loss of less than 2 dB with a rejection of more than 50 dB at 15 GHz. It can handle an input power of up to 15 W. This high pass filter is available in a module that measures 12.7 x 12.7 x 10.0 mm with SMA female connectors. Click here to view specs.
The USSP2400-LF from Z-COMM is a Voltage Controlled Oscillator that operates from 2400 to 2485 MHz. The device can be tuned over a voltage range of 0.5 to 2.5 Vdc with a tuning sensitivity of 120 MHz/V. It has a phase noise of -83 dBc/Hz @10 kHz offset. The VCO requires a DC supply voltage of 2.7 V and consumes up to 9 mA of current. It is available in a surface-mount package that measures 0.2 x 0.2 x 0.06 inches and is ideal for mobile radio communication systems and portable satellite terminals. Click here to view specs.
The CHZ180AaSEB from United Monolithic Semiconductors is an L-Band GaN HEMT Transistor that operates from 1.2 to 1.4 GHz. It provides 180 W of saturated output power with a gain of 20 dB and has a PAE of 52%. This pulsed device has a pulse width of 3 ms and a duty cycle of 20%.
The CHZ180AaSEB is manufactured using a GaN HEMT process with 0.5μm gate length and is based on Quasi-MMIC technology. It is available in hermetic flanged ceramic metal power package that provides low parasitic and thermal resistance. The amplifier is suited for L-band and pulse radar applications. Click here to view specs.
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