Newsletter | November 21, 2023

11.21.23 -- Why Bugs, Golf, And Gavrilo Princip Could Be Why We Have Satellite Constellations


Why Bugs, Golf, And Gavrilo Princip Could Be Why We Have Satellite Constellations

Satellite constellations are being planned and launched by various companies to capitalize on the increase in commercial investment in LEO. In addition, the DoD is planning to launch satellite constellations to enhance the resilience of their satellite missions against interference and attacks from adversaries. So, what exactly is a satellite constellation?


Supercharging A VNA With An RF Switch Matrix

Learn how switch matrices can be used to extend the port count of VNAs to meet the testing demands of the latest wireless standards and sensing technologies.

Heterogeneous Integration (HI) For Electronics Design In RF And Microwave

Heterogeneous integration combines diverse electronic components into a compact system. Integrated passive devices (IPDs) play a crucial role in optimizing performance and manufacturing in HI.

Reliable Piezo Motion Devices For Industrial And Space Applications

While piezo stack actuators and the latest flexure actuators offer a wide range of product development capabilities, piezo ceramics provide more solutions for motion control.


Square Peg Communications Teams Up With The European Space Agency

Spire Global Successfully Launched 11 Satellites On SpaceX’s Transporter-9 Mission

Akoustis Receives Purchase Order For 3 BAW Filter Designs From 5G Mobile

GigaDevice Launches Brand New Wi-Fi 6 MCU Series - GD32VW553

Terran Orbital Releases Enhanced Versions Of Enterprise Bus

Anritsu And Bluetest Supporting OTA Measurements On IEEE 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7) Devices

Comtech Receives $20.0M Order From Spectra Group

L-com Releases SN And CS Fiber Optic Adapters And Connectors

Quantic Electronics To Showcase Mission-Critical Electronics At The 2023 AOC

ThinKom Inks Deal For Regional Jet Antenna Production


Market Research Webinar: Group Delay For An Ultra Wide Band Antenna

The Remcom application engineering team developed a method for analyzing group delay for a single-port antenna. Learn how group delay is determined directly from a single-port simulation.


26.5 - 40 GHz, 40-W Min Solid-State, High-Power Amplifier

The AMP4066-LCP1 solid-state, high-power amplifier operates in the frequency range of 26.5 - 40.0 GHz (CW or pulse), offering exceptional performance for EMI/RFI, lab, and communication applications.

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Exodus Advanced Communications

Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna: SAS-574

The Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna offers excellent performance over the frequency range of 18 GHz to 40 GHz. High gain, low VSWR, and input handling capability make this horn antenna an excellent general use performer. 

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A.H. Systems

Passive GaAs MMIC 18.5 - 21.2 GHz Bandpass Filter

The MFQH-00001PSM passive MMIC reflectionless bandpass filter is an ideal solution for small form factor, high rejection filtering.

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