AR’s hybrid power module (HPM), 37HM6G18-40, is a broadband power amplifier, which operates from a single DC voltage and covers 6 to 18 GHz. It delivers a minimum of 5 Watts output power and 42 dB small signal gain with excellent gain flatness and harmonics. The HPM has built-in over-voltage protection and is a Class A design. It is extremely load tolerant and can be used as a microwave power amplifier for both the military and commercial industries. Download datasheet.
See AR’s full line of hybrid power modules at the IMS-MTT Symposium, Booth #1415.
This year's event will take place from June 1 to 6 in Tampa Bay, Florida. As always, it boasts a strong technical program covering the latest research, development, and trends in the RF and microwave industry, along with an exhibition of the newest technologies and services available.
If you are going to the show, be sure to stop by and visit us at Booth 1048. There, you can register to win an iPad Air in RF Globalnet's IMS2014 giveaway.
Since 1961, Logus Microwave Corporation has been designing and manufacturing the finest microwave and RF switches in the world. Engineers and buyers of all major defense contractors turn to Logus for their critical and most demanding switching requirements.
FEKO is a suite of tools that is used for electromagnetic field analysis of 3D structures. FEKO simulations are based on the Method of Moments (MoM) approximation to Maxwell's equations and feature several extensions to the MoM for the solution of complex problems, including large structures (MLFMM) and human tissue (FEM).
In this video, the installed performance of an 8 GHz SATCOM reflector antenna on a UAV platform is modeled using Delcross Savant. Full 3D far-field radiation patterns are computed and animated as the gimbaled antenna assembly is rotated through 360 degrees under a radome inside the forward UAV sensor compartment.