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The "Orange Book Of Knowledge", Fifth Edition By AR
For many engineers, this resource book has become the go-to source for everything and anything related to EMC. It is a collection of articles, application notes, and other information important to everyone involved in the EMC, wireless, and communication industries. This fifth revision includes many new application notes to help make the EMC engineer's job easier.
Spotlight On Waveguides
Waveguide Isolator Datasheet From unusual frequency ranges and package designs to standard production parts, VidaRF design engineers are ready to help you get the waveguides you need.
Waveguide Filters, Duplexers, And Multiplexers BoCen Microwave designs and produces a complete line of waveguide filters, duplexers, and multiplexers that cover the 2- to 50-GHz frequency range. They’re ideal for radio and defense communications applications and are available in W/G flange or connectorized configurations.
Waveguide Switches Product Overview All of Dow Key's line of waveguide switches have an operating voltage of 28 Vdc (24 to 30 Vdc) and feature an operating temperature of – 54° C to + 84° C and a 200,000 mechanical life cycle minimum. They all can be used in commercial and military applications, while the three- or four-port and waveguide transfer/SPDT are optimized for commercial, military, avionics, and space applications.
Unterminated, 4-Port Waveguide Crossguide Couplers Datasheet MCLI’s unterminated, four-port waveguide crossguide couplers offer -30 dB, -4 0dB, and -50 dB coupling with a +/- 0.5 dB nominal coupling. Additional specifications include +/- 1.0dB (max) frequency sensitivity, 20 dB (min) directivity, and more.
Horn Antenna Dataheet Corry Micronics’ CMI-15-25-AI horn antenna covers the 50.0- to 75.0-GHz frequency range. It’s composed of aluminum and weighs approximately 0.07 Kg. The antenna has a gain of 35 dB (typ) and 10o (typ) 3 dB beamwidth.
Flexible Waveguide Brochure Flexible Waveguides by Apollo Microwave features a silver-plated brass strip core formed and helically wound around a rotating mandrel, allowing for simultaneous flexibility in both planes. In high-power applications, non-twistable seamless waveguides are used.
Corry Micronics’ CMI-15-25-AI horn antenna covers the 50.0 to 75.0 GHz frequency range. It's comprised of aluminum and weighs approximately 0.07 Kg. The antenna has a gain of 35dB (typ) and 10o (typ) 3dB beamwidth. Download the datasheet for additional specifications. Learn more.
The ClearPlex Waveguide Ceramic Filter has been designed to replace high-end air cavity filters in macro-cell wireless applications. This datasheet includes a detailed description of the filter, as well as information on its features.
TRM builds three- and four-port directional couplers and dual-directional couplers using lumped element, airline, or stripline technology. They also offer a complete range of custom-designed units to satisfy the requirements of military and space markets.
Ducommun’s line of high-power amplifiers operate in the 18- to 98-GHz frequency range for high-output power applications. They feature a wide operational temperature range, up to full waveguide bandwidth, and are compact and lightweight. Outline drawings and specifications can be found on the available datasheet.
This X-band SSPA features high-efficiency GaN transistors, 900-W pulsed modules, and 1.5-kW to 6-kW combined power. For a detailed description and information on its specifications, download the datasheet.
This video from Remcom is a tutorial that shows a rectangular waveguide being built using XF7’s modeling techniques. You will learn how to use XF7’s built-in materials library, create the waveguide interface, solve for and display lowest-order TE modes, and display the field results.
Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA) gives insight into the resonating behavior of structures such as antennas. This webinar examine background theory of CMA and present several case studies which highlight how CMA facilitates antenna design and place. There is no cost to register for the webinar.