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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS NEWS

  • IAI Unveils Stealth-Tracking UHF Radar

    The new ULTRA family of AESA UHF radars represents a formidable capability of early warning and long-range search and tracking of low observable (stealth) aircraft, Air Breathing Targets (ABTs), and ballistic missiles. The radars offer an advantage of low RCS targets detection at long ranges, operation under all weather conditions, and in the presence of dense electromagnetic environments.

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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS FEATURED DATASHEETS

Electronic Warfare Sensing System: PHOBOS-R Datasheet

This EW sensing system can detect potential electronic threats in less than one second and is simple to deploy and operate. Download the datasheet for information on its technical specifications and features and see why it’s an ideal solution for integration into UAVs, portable/deployable sensors, patrol boats, recon vehicles, and light utility aircraft.

Datasheet: Directional Power Sensor: 5010B, 5014

The Bird Directional Power Sensor (DPS) is the most flexible RF sensor on the market today. With this Dual-Socket, Thruline® sensor, you may select from a wide range of Bird Elements to tailor the unit to your needs over a wide range of frequencies and power levels.

Power Meters and Power Sensors

Anritsu offers the world’s most comprehensive range of power meters. The ML2490A series has the performance required for narrow fast rising-edge pulse power measurements (e.g. radar), while the new ML2480B series is suited for Wide-band power measurements on signals such as W-CDMA, WLAN, and WiMAX. The ML2430A series of power meters are designed for CW applications, offering a combination of accuracy, speed and flexibility in a low cost package.

SignalHawk, Spectrum Analyzer, SH-36S

The SignalHawk™ Series of Spectrum Analyzers and VNA is the most user-friendly and accurate hand-held test solution available for installing, maintaining and troubleshooting all segments of RF communication systems. Field engineers, technicians, wireless equipment manufacturers, service providers, contractors, tower erectors and military field personnel alike have come to trust the efficiency and precision results of SignalHawk.

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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS FEATURED ARTICLES

  • The Effect Of Low-Quality Antennas On Network Backhaul
    The Effect Of Low-Quality Antennas On Network Backhaul

    This paper describes the effects of various quality variables on microwave antenna performance, and provides insight into the long-term consequences of using a low-cost/ poor-quality antenna. It demonstrates the effect of operators’ preference for low-cost antennas without considering the total cost of ownership, as well as possible ill effects on their quality of service.

  • Radar Waveforms for A&D and Automotive Radar

    This White Paper provides a more detailed view on radar waveforms for Aerospace and Defense and commercial radar systems. Waveforms such as pulse and pulse-Doppler signal, continuous wave and frequency shift keying waveforms are described.

  • Doppler Generation For Moving Target Testing

    Channel Environment Replicator (CER) applications simulate and recreate outdoor environments in which radar systems must operate. It’s a much less expensive testing method when compared to the potential complications encountered in more traditional field testing, though testing a moving target in such an application isn’t all that simple.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

Variable Gain GPS Line Amplifier - VGLCDLA30RPDC Variable Gain GPS Line Amplifier - VGLCDLA30RPDC

The VGLCDLA30RPDC is a variable gain GPS line amplifier featuring a range of 0 to 30 dB with LCD display and push button controls in 1 dB increments. The frequency response covers L1/L2/L5 and Galileo/GLONASS bands. The push button control along with the LCD display allows users to make precise adjustments quickly and view the output power at any given time to make testing more efficient.

Microwave Detectors: 10 MHz To 40 GHz Testing And Term Definition Microwave Detectors: 10 MHz To 40 GHz Testing And Term Definition
Krytar manufactures microwave detectors using zero bias silicon schottky diodes and planar doped detector diodes. Testing and Term definition for performance of the two types are identical.
Microwave Power Module (MPM): dB-3814 Microwave Power Module (MPM): dB-3814

The dB-3814 microwave power module (MPM) has a 1000 Watt output power and operates in the 15-18 GHz frequency range. It’s ideal for applications involving airborne synthetic aperture and multi-mode radars, EW threat simulation, radar countermeasures, and manned and unmanned platforms.

R&S ETL TV Analyzer R&S ETL TV Analyzer

The R&S ETL TV Analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz is a completely new, universal multistandard platform for the analysis of TV signals. It combines TV test receiver and spectrum analyzer functionality in a single unit while providing high measurement accuracy.

YH1518: Low Phase Noise Miniature VHF OCXO  YH1518: Low Phase Noise Miniature VHF OCXO
By combining precision crystal technology with a low noise oscillator and multiplier, Greenray Industries has developed a family of miniature Ovenized crystal oscillators that provides excellent noise performance up through 250 MHz
<B>Rotman Lens Designer™: Software to Design and Analyze Rotman Lenses</B> Rotman Lens Designer™: Software to Design and Analyze Rotman Lenses

Remcom's Rotman Lens Designer is a tool for the design, synthesis, and analysis of Rotman Lenses and their variants. It is based on Geometrical Optics combined with the classical Rotman Lens design equations.

EXCLUSIVE ANNUAL RESOURCE

Electronic Military & Defense was developed as a resource for engineers, program managers, project managers, and other professionals involved in the design and development of electronic and electro-optic systems for a wide range of defense and aerospace applications. Check out the digital edition of our latest issue for exclusive editorial on securing the 21st century's greatest warfare asset, considerations for phase-coherent microwave measurements, using FPGAs for tuning systems to military functions, using printed energy harvesters for military, and more.

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VENDOR SPOTLIGHT

KRYTAR, founded by Thomas J. Russell in 1975, is a privately owned California corporation specializing in the manufacture of ultra broadband microwave components and test equipment for both commercial and military applications. The KRYTAR product line includes a power meter, directional couplers, directional detectors, 3 dB hybrids, MLDD power dividers, detectors and terminations covering the DC to 67 GHz frequency range.

 

PRODUCT COMPARISON

Booster Amplifier Comparison Grid

Booster amplifiers are primarily used in military applications to increase the strength of transmitted signals. This Booster Amplifier Comparison Grid was compiled to help you select the best booster amplifier for your application. We've lined up four of the leading booster amplifiers in the industry side-by-side, enabling you to compare key specifications and access additional information. See the Booster Amplifier Comparison Grid.

Booster Amplifier Comparison Grid

RF MILITARY PROVIDERS

Anaren Microwave, Inc.

Anritsu

AR Modular RF

Arlon

Bird Technologies

Bliley Technologies, Inc.

ComNav Engineering, Inc.

Corry Micronics, Inc. Ciao Wireless

Copper Mountain Technologies

CST-Computer Simulation Technology

DB Control

Ducommun RF Products

EM Software and Systems (USA)

Empower RF Systems, Inc.

EB Elektrobit, Inc.

Greenray Industries

GPS Networking

Huber+Suhner

IDGA

JFW Industries

Krytar

Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc.

MCLI Microwave Communications Laboratories, Inc.

MegaPhase LLC

Mini-Systems

Narda Microwave-East

Northrop Grumman

NuWaves Engineering

NXP Semiconductor

Pascall Electronics Ltd.

Precision Devices, Inc.

Remcom

RLC Electronics

Rohde & Schwarz

Skyworks

Teledyne Microwave Solutions

TRM Microwave

X-COM Systems

 

 

 

IDGA MILITARY NEWS

  • Supporting the Visibility of US Army Assets 5/1/2012

    The Department of Defense’s logistics transformation requires a leaner and more efficient management of the global supply chain. In an effort to do more with less, global supply chain operations must adopt innovative technology and integrate waste-reducing processes. In this I

  • The World is Full of Threats 4/30/2012

    This IDGA exclusive interview features Colonel Bradford Nelson, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence within the Army Materiel Command. In an era of persistent conflict, Colonel Nelson highlights the ways in which AMC is anticipating intelligence requirements and what it means to main

  • The Only Time It�s �OK� to Lose: Weight Reduction for Combat Vehicles 4/26/2012

    In the modern battlefield, weight reduction of combat vehicles is the most critical challenge in armor design. Weight has a strong effect on power, mobility and maneuverability. The purpose is to obtain maximum protection with minimum weight penalty. The most effective and advanced

  • �He who defends everywhere defends nowhere� 4/23/2012

    “There’s no way to have enough resources to be fully prepared at every state and local level for every contingency, so that’s a huge strength of the Incident Command System” says Brigadier General Michael Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard.

  • Surviving the Advanced Persistent Threat of Cyber �Hacktivists� 4/23/2012

    Curtis Levinson, Cyber Subject Matter Expert and U.S. Liaison, NATO – explores the term ‘Advanced Persistent Threat’ and how this applies to the US Government. The following interview, conducted by IDGA’s @ DefenseInsider

  • Building Blocks for the Global Hawk Program 4/23/2012

    Colonel Karl Rozelsky is the Director of the Global Hawk Progam. This IDGA exclusive interview provides an update on the needs for the program in 2012 and highlights the various short and longer terms plans. IDGA's @DefenseInside

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