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  1. Multichannel Radar Signal Emulator (MRSE) System For Testing Radar In Space Applications
    8/21/2019

    D-TA Systems’ 4-channel standard MRSE-2000 system is designed to provide a phase coherent multichannel radar signal emulator platform that could simulate the backscatter returns from a distant flying target to a multiple channel radar system. This simulated RF output over the 4 channels would be used by the end-user to test their SUT for detecting and tracking long range radar targets. They will do this by utilizing waveform design diversity, beampattern, and scan pattern diversity on all the 4 channels.

  2. Solid State Pulse High Power Amplifier: AMP4039P-2 Datasheet
    8/21/2019

    The AMP4039P-2 is a solid state pulse high power amplifier for high-power C-band applications requiring high reliability and ruggedness. This small form factor rack mounted system operates in the 5.4 – 5.9 GHz range and features instantaneous bandwidth and built-in protection circuits.

  3. Strategies To Manage Obsolescence In Aerospace And Defense
    8/21/2019

    Test engineers spend as much as 50 percent of their time dealing with obsolescence in their test program sets (TPSs). This webinar by National Instruments discusses how to overcome the challenges faced in obsolescence, and explores best practices in operations implementation, hardware acquisition, and software design to reduce the sustainment burden of handling obsolescence in test systems long before the equipment goes end of life.

  4. 2.0 – 18.0 GHz TWT Amplifier: dB-4311 Datasheet
    8/19/2019

    The dB-4311 TWT Amplifier (TWTA) is designed to operate within the 2.0 – 18.0 GHz frequency range and provide up to 300 W CW output power for electronic countermeasure (ECM), electronic warfare (EW) simulation, and multi-band communication applications. Additional features include high-band characteristics, excellent reliability, proprietary low-noise, and high-efficiency designs to operate the RF signal path.

  5. 2.0 – 18.0 GHz TWT Amplifier: dB-4311
    8/19/2019

    The dB-4311 TWT Amplifier (TWTA) is designed to operate within the 2.0 – 18.0 GHz frequency range and provide up to 300 W CW output power for electronic countermeasure (ECM), electronic warfare (EW) simulation, and multi-band communication applications.

  6. 2.0 – 6.0 GHz TWT Amplifier: dB-4345 Datasheet
    8/19/2019

    The dB-4345 TWT Amplifier (TWTA) is designed to operate within the 2.0 – 6.0 GHz frequency range and provide up to 325 W CW output power for electronic countermeasure (ECM), electronic warfare (EW) simulation, and multi-band communication applications. Additional features include high-band characteristics, excellent reliability, proprietary low-noise, and high-efficiency designs to operate the RF signal path.

  7. 2.0 – 6.0 GHz TWT Amplifier: dB-4345
    8/19/2019

    The dB-4345 TWT Amplifier (TWTA) is designed to operate within the 2.0 – 6.0 GHz frequency range and provide up to 325 W CW output power for electronic countermeasure (ECM), electronic warfare (EW) simulation, and multi-band communication applications.

  8. Packaging For mmWave Devices — Why Do We Need It, And How Do We Do It?
    8/19/2019

    Several package types can be used at mmWave frequencies, so the choice will depend on the specific application. However, some general design rules apply to all forms of packaging.

  9. Shielded Enclosure Leak Detection System (SELDS): CL-105A/CL-106A Datasheet
    8/15/2019

    AR’s CL-105A/CL-106A Shielded Enclosure Leak Detection System (SELDS) is designed to make relative shielding effectiveness measurements by passing a current along the surface of an EMI enclosure. It provides a convenient means of testing the electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of EMI enclosures by looking at the most likely points of degradation. The system consists of a Model CL-105A Transmitter, Model CL- 106A Receiver, headphones, and a rugged carrying case.

  10. Shielded Enclosure Leak Detection System (SELDS): CL-105A/CL-106A
    8/15/2019

    AR’s CL-105A/CL-106A Shielded Enclosure Leak Detection System (SELDS) is designed to make relative shielding effectiveness measurements by passing a current along the surface of an EMI enclosure. It provides a convenient means of testing the electromagnetic shielding effectiveness of EMI enclosures by looking at the most likely points of degradation. The system consists of a Model CL-105A Transmitter, Model CL- 106A Receiver, headphones, and a rugged carrying case.