Downloads

  1. RF Switch Matrix: RFMS-4X256-B Datasheet
    8/1/2014

    The RFMS-4X256-B blocking RF switch matrix can be switched at over 200,000 cycles per second, and covers the 900-2500 MHz frequency range.

  2. RF Switch Matrix: RFMS-4X256-B
    8/1/2014

    Corry Micronics’ RFMS-4X256-B is a 4 to 256 blocking RF switch matrix covering the 900-2500 MHz frequency range. It has a -8dB insertion loss, 50 ohms impedance, 10 dB return loss, +30 dBm P1dB, -80 dB isolation, and a 5µ switching speed (50% trigger to 10% RF power).

  3. Military Radar Market To Drive Strong Demand For Electronic Components
    7/31/2014

    Strategy Analytics ADS service’s series of military radar forecasts outline global defense expenditure trends segmented on a regional basis before breaking out the expected spending on military radar incorporating systems, hardware, support, and related services across the land, air, and naval domains.

  4. Board-to-Board Connections: MBX/MMBX Connectors Datasheet
    7/31/2014

    This datasheet contains information on mechanical and design features, areas of application, design guidelines, technical data, and more on HUBER+SUHNER’s line of MBX/MMBX Connectors for board-to-board connection.

  5. Product Overview: Microwave/RF Cable Assemblies For Aircraft Applications
    7/31/2014

    GORE-FLIGHTTM Microwave Assemblies, 6 Series are lightweight cable solutions that deliver the lowest insertion loss before and after installation, ensuring reliable performance for the life of the system. The robust construction of these assemblies reduces total costs by withstanding the challenges of installation, reducing costly production delays, field service frequency, and the need for purchasing replacement assemblies.

  6. EM De-Embedding Magic – Part 2: Lots Of Ports, All Talking To Each Other!
    7/30/2014

    In part I, I described how I came up with the EM port calibration theory that we have been using very successfully for nearly 30 years. It is so simple. To de-embed a single, lonely port, just EM analyze a 2-port through line of length L, and a second one of length 2L, do some magic math (described in Part I and in [1] and [2]), and we have beautiful, fully de-embedded EM analysis data for that lonely port. (If we have additional lonely ports, just repeat the process for those ports, one at a time, as well.)

  7. Coaxial/Tubular Filters: TF Series
    7/29/2014

    The TF series of coaxial/tubular filters by PDI cover the 10MHz to 18GHz frequency range. They’re available in bandpass and lowpass configurations and are ideal for ground-based radar, MRI and NMR systems, airborne and satellite (limited) applications, antenna masts, and other high-power applications.

  8. Custom Cavity Filters: CF Series
    7/29/2014

    PDI’s custom cavity filter offerings cover the 400MHz to 20GHz range and are available in bandpass, cross-coupled bandpass, and bandreject configurations. They’re ideal for use in ground-based radar, radio receivers, radio transmitters, and base station systems.

  9. Lumped Component Filters
    7/28/2014

    PDI’s lumped component filters cover the 0.5 MHz to 3500 MHz frequency range. They’re ideal for applications involving radar, airborne vehicle systems, satellite systems, radio receivers, and down-hole systems.

  10. Comparison of Indoor Propagation Modeling of WiFi Coverage Using Wireless InSite and Measurements
    7/25/2014

    Modeling radio frequency transmission coverage in complex indoor environments requires high-fidelity 3D models and advanced electromagnetic calculations.  The 3D ray tracing code in Wireless InSite can accurately predict received power coverage even in a multi-room environment containing many walls and different material types.  In order to verify the accuracy of the code, the floor plan of Remcom’s business offices was modeled in the software with a WiFi antenna.  We then used a third party tool and a laptop computer to create a coverage plot of the received power throughout several of the suites.  In this presentation we present the results for this basic measurement campaign.  

Newsletter Signup
Newsletter Signup
Get the latest RF/microwave industry news, insights, and analysis delivered to your inbox.
Join your peers