AR Modular RF’s AR-5000 Series comprises wideband, Class A/AB linear amplifiers designed for use with modern digital modulations. Engineered with a flexible system architecture, AR-5000 Series amplifiers are tailored to meet specific user needs over the frequency range of 80 kHz to 1000 MHz and power range of up to 1000 Watts CW and 4000 Watts peak. In this video, Joe Craig introduces the first model in the AR-5000 series.
This webinar discusses a number of development and deployment strategies for Xilinx’s RFSoC FPGA presented by Pentek. Topics include a hardware overview and product strategies, signal performance and calibration, as well as available development tools and platforms.
With the expansion of 5G NR for mobile connectivity, industrial and manufacturing applications such as robotics, IoT, and smart factories with automation come into play. This video demonstrates how Wireless InSite predicts the coverage and interference and accounts for the multipath in complex environments such as heavy-industrial factories, warehouses, server farms, and more.
There are always emerging threats in the defense sector, and a lot of it has to do with millimeter-wave type technology in electronic warfare (EW), electronic countermeasure, Satcom, and airborne data links. dB Control has designed and built millimeter-wave technologies to assist OEMs and better outcomes in defense applications.
HUBER+SUHNER introduces the CT cable product family for phase critical applications, creating a stable and reliable interconnect solution to satisfy a huge range of customer applications where phase stability is key. This video introduces these products that provide industry-leading phase vs. temperature performance, as well as a unique range of cable constructions to fulfill any customer demands.
George Solomon from CPI, Beverly Microwave Division presents several tips and considerations for the selection of optimum power combiners in solid state power amplifiers. Some of these considerations include low loss efficient power combining, graceful power degradation, and different design approaches.
Wolfspeed has positioned itself to offer solutions to these challenges by delivering products made with silicon carbide, and by announcing their $1 billion investment in silicon carbide and GaN technologies.
Scott Burnside, senior antenna and RF engineer at Northrop Grumman, explains how Altair Feko and HyperStudy can be combined to design and optimize antennas for land vehicles, helicopters, and aircrafts.