Newsletter | February 27, 2024

02.27.24 -- Charting The Sky: Space Domain Awareness In An Evolving Space Landscape


Charting The Sky: Space Domain Awareness In An Evolving Space Landscape

Space agencies around the world are gearing up for a busy year with numerous launches on the docket. Space domain awareness is crucial to ensure the safety and security of space operations, as well as for detecting, characterizing, and countering threats to space systems.


How GaN Semiconductors In Defense Power Supplies Affect Capacitor Selection

Explore the advantages of GaN semiconductors, including lower heat generation and a smaller footprint, and the crucial role ceramic capacitors play in optimizing these systems.

How Can AWGN Increase The Performance Of Directed Energy Weapons?

Discover the use of additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) to mitigate DEW challenges, leading to improved reliability and power scaling of advanced laser weapons.


How MMIC Filters Are Enabling The Development Of Next-Gen Systems

Examine key metrics for modern competitive filter technology achieved through GaAs MMIC process as well as the capabilities of MMIC filters.


Revolutionizing Presence Detection For In-Cabin Automotive With Ultra-Wideband Radar

BroadWave Technologies Introduced A Mixed Connector Power Divider

Ceragon Networks Set To Deliver Multiple Industry-First Innovations At MWC 2024

WiGL, Energous To Bring Touchless Wireless Power Transfer Networks To Market

TELUS, Samsung To Build Canada’s First 5G Virtualized RAN, Open RAN Network

Wi-Fi 7 Solution Now Available For Advanced Wireless Testing

Mavenir Demonstrates Narrowband Non-Terrestrial IoT Network Connectivity

TELUS Selects Wind River Studio For Canada's First Virtual And Open RAN

pSemi Announces Volume Production Of High-Isolation SP4T Switches

MosoLabs Simplifies 5G Private Networks With 5G RedCap Adapter

Hitek Systems Introduces Agilex® 7 SoC FPGA-Based Radio Development Platform


High-Performance Microwave Power Modules

dB Control’s high-efficiency, conduction-cooled microwave power modules (MPMs) provide extremely dense packaging across the 2–45.5 GHz frequency band.


Microwave Power Module: PTX8808/PTX8811

The PTX8807/PTX8808 MPM integrates a high-power Ka-band helix mini travelling wave tube (TWT) with a matched high-density switch mode power supply to produce a single "drop-in" microwave amplifier unit.

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Communications & Power Industries

2.5 - 4 GHz S-Band Receive VGA Module: QPM2101

The QPM2101 is a GaAs multichip module (MCM) designed for S-band radar applications within the 2.5-4.0 GHz range.

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