Newsletter | May 4, 2024

05.04.24 -- Best Of April: mmWaves | Next Gen Radar | Measuring Power & Harmonics


How The Military Is Using mmWaves

Defense invests in mmWave tech for radar, ECM, and communication due to wider capacity, security, and high bandwidth, crucial for modern warfare.


Building The Next Generation Radar For The U.S. Army LTAMDS

Case Study | Mercury Electronics

Discover how early collaboration between Raytheon Missiles & Defense (RMD) and Mercury Systems, to build the next-generation radar for the U.S. Army, led to LTAMDS success. 

Overcoming Radar Simulation System Challenges

Article | dB Control

Examine the challenges faced by EW system engineers in testing the effectiveness of their designs — in terms of technical demands, in-house capability, and, of course, cost.

RF Test Setup For Measuring Power & Harmonics

Application Note | Exodus Advanced Communications

Power measurement is accomplished by using a high-power calibrated coupler or attenuator, which gets attached to the amplifier RF output connector. Harmonics are recorded similarly by increasing the input drive from the signal source. 


Mercury Announces Early Access Program For New Direct RF Multi-Chip Module

Keysight Test Tool Provider For FiRa 2.0 Technical & Test Specifications Validated

Pasternack's New RF Terminations Bring High Power For Demanding Applications

Fairview Microwave Boosts RF Component Availability With Waveguide Power Dividers

Ezurio Announces The SonaMT320

$26.6 Million In New Orders Awarded To dB Control


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