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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS NEWS

  • API Technologies’ Secure Mobility Solutions For The Connected Warrior Showcased At DSEI

    API Technologies Corp. (“API” or the “Company”), a trusted provider of RF/microwave, microelectronics, and security solutions for critical and high-reliability applications, announced recently that it will showcase solutions from both its RF/microwave and Secure Systems and Information Assurance (SSIA) product lines at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition.

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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS FEATURED DATASHEETS

Ka-Band TWT Amplifier for Ground and Mobile Radar Applications: dB-3709i Datasheet

The dB-3709i is a Ka-band TWTA (traveling wave tube amplifier) ideal for applications involving test and measurement, electronic warfare simulation, radars, antenna placement, electronic countermeasures, and radar cross-section measurements.

High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ G2V1 Datasheet

The HILNA™ G2V1 high intercept low noise amplifier can provide a solution for a myriad of applications. It is low cost, rugged, highly reliable, and features very low noise and very high gain.

Hybrid Power Module: 37HM6G18-40 Datasheet

AR’s 37HM6G18-40 is a hybrid power amplifier module designed to meet stringent military-environmental test results.

Brochure: Wireless InSite

Wireless InSite is a suite of ray-tracing models and high-fidelity EM solvers for the analysis of site-specific radio propagation and wireless communication systems available through a common user interface.

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RF MILITARY ELECTRONICS FEATURED ARTICLES

  • A New Approach To Wireless Broadband Technology For IoT
    A New Approach To Wireless Broadband Technology For IoT

    Wi-Fi has been incredibly successful in making wireless broadband communication ubiquitous among mobile computing devices like laptops and smart phones. Wi-Fi’s cost-effective, IP-based flat architecture (i.e. a simple wireless extension to Ethernet) is a primary contributor to this success. A positive spiral of R&D investments and manufacturing scale and efficiencies are pushing Wi-Fi’s price-performance ratio to unprecedented levels. This trend will continue for the foreseeable future. By Nimesh Parikh, Doodle Labs

  • Overcoming Gain Slope Issues In Microwave Modules

    If you are a microwave hardware engineer, you most likely have had a few sobering experiences when testing your new design the first time. This is particularly true for wideband high frequency modules — they almost never look like the model.

  • The Design Of Ultra Narrow-Band Amplifiers Using Small Signal Varactor Up-Converters For ESM, ECM, ECCM, And ELINT Applications

    A method is presented in this paper for realizing tunable amplifiers with bandwidths of less than 0.5%; without the use of superconductors and cryogenic cooling. This method uses a small signal varactor up-converter to achieve these ultra narrow bandwidths. The equivalent circuit for the up-converter is presented as well as the circuit configuration of the narrow band negative resistance amplifier. The design and experimental results are presented for a 0.5% bandwidth negative resistance amplifier at 800 MHz; using this unique circuit design. These devices and circuits can be used for electronic warfare applications such as surveillance, electronic reconnaissance, jamming and frequency hopping. By Dr. Alfred I. Grayzel, Dr. Ashok (Ash) K. Gorwara, Paul Kuhn, Planar Monolithics Industries, Inc.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

SAS-560 - Passive Loop Antenna

SAS-560 - Passive Loop Antenna

The SAS-560 passive Loop antenna was built for MIL-STD 461 RE 101 testing. This passive loop antenna has 36 turns enclosed in an electrostatic shielded loop.
High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ G2V1: 50 to 1000 MHz, 40 dB Gain

High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ G2V1: 50 to 1000 MHz, 40 dB Gain

The HILNA™ G2V1 is a high intercept low noise amplifier that features low noise (less than 1 dB of Noise Figure with a OIP3 of +32 dBm) and high gain (40 dB operating from 50 MHz to 1 GHz).

Space-Qualified SAW Devices

Phonon has been producing an extensive legacy of space-qualified SAW devices since 1987. All products are built to each customer’s individual requirements. Products can be built for either commercial or military space applications. Our space-qualified products are all built to MIL-PRF-38534 Class K reliability.

Multiplexer for Radar, EW, and ELINT: NF29525

Multiplexer for Radar, EW, and ELINT: NF29525

The NF29525 is a multiplexer with an integrated low noise amplifier. It covers the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range and has been specifically designed for agile receiver front ends and directional finding systems.

High Powered, Pole Placed Bandpass Filters

High Powered, Pole Placed Bandpass Filters

These pole placed 8 section surface mount high-powered bandpass filters are ideal for UHF Military Radio Applications. They can be supplied as RoHS compliant or with lead based solder. Availability for the Bandpass filters is immediate. They features small size, low loss, and high isolation.
Complete Die, Hybrid And Subsystem Services

Complete Die, Hybrid And Subsystem Services

Teledyne Microwave Solutions's acquisition of Avnet MTS, which includes the High Reliability and Value Added product lines, offers customers one-stop shopping for complete assembly, RF and DC testing, environmental screening, and Lot Acceptance testing.

EXCLUSIVE ANNUAL RESOURCE

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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 Company

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

   

 

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