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  1. RF Booster Amplifier for Tactical Radio Equipment: AR-55L Datasheet
    11/5/2018

    This datasheet includes general, mechanical, and environmental specifications for AR Modular RF’s AR-55L. This RF booster amplifier is ideal for integration into tactical radio equipment and covers the 1200 to 1900 MHz frequency range.

  2. Tactical Networking Amplifier: AR-20 (KT And KT-DUAL) Datasheet
    11/5/2018

    The Model AR-20 is a portable, lightweight, fully automatic band-switching RF booster amplifier for multi-band VHF/UHF Tactical Radio equipment employing legacy, proprietary and emerging waveforms. The AR-20 produces 20 Watts from a 1 to 2 Watts PEP radio input and covers the frequency band of 30-512 MHz.

  3. 20 Watt, PEP UHF And L-Band Rifleman™ Amplifier: Model AR-20R Datasheet
    11/5/2018

    The Model AR-20R is a portable, RF booster Rifleman™ amplifier designed for tactical radio equipment covering the 225 - 450 MHz, 1250 - 1390 MHz, and 1750 - 1850 MHz frequency bands. The AR-20R amplifier operates at 24 to 28 VDC for RF sensing, T/R switching, Automatic Level Control (ALC), protection against antenna mismatch and over-temperature. Protection against accidental polarity reversal is also provided.

  4. 30 - 88 MHz Tx/Rx Booster Amplifier: AR-50SE Datasheet
    11/5/2018

    The AR-50SE is designed as a fully automatic band-switching RF booster amplifier for multi-band tactical radio equipment. Covering the 30 to 88 MHz frequency band, this amplifier uses high speed auto switching filters to assure harmonic suppression.

  5. 30 - 88 MHz Tx/Rx Booster Amplifier: AR-50SE
    11/5/2018

    AR’s Model AR-50SE is designed as a fully automatic band-switching RF booster amplifier for multi-band tactical radio equipment. Covering the 30 to 88 MHz frequency band, this amplifier uses high speed auto switching filters to assure harmonic suppression.

  6. Understanding Low Noise Spread-Spectrum Crystal Oscillators
    11/2/2018

    In the past, shielding and filtering were the most prevalent method used to control EMI. This method, however, can get very expensive and can be ineffective at times. The present trend is to control EMI at the source, using a single clock oscillator with spread-spectrum technology. This white paper discusses the theory of using low noise spread-spectrum crystal oscillator technology, and how it can be used to better control EMI in new technologies.

  7. CTS OCXO Brochure
    11/2/2018

    CTS offers a complete line of high-performance oven-controlled crystal oscillators (OCXOs) that are available in a broad range of frequencies and stabilities and conform to industry standard packages. The company also offers a unique family of ultra-low-power OCXO designs (120mW) suitable for battery powered applications. CTS OCXOs deliver higher performance advantages with their wide temperature ranges, high frequencies, lowest powers, and industry leading phase noise and stability.

  8. 375 MHz To 6 GHz 50 Watt Directional Coupler: 50C-064-XX Datasheet
    11/2/2018

    Model 50C-064-XX is a wideband 50 Ohm directional coupler operating 375 MHz to 6 GHz.  This directional coupler can handle 50 Watts of RF input power.  It has 50 Ohm SMA female connectors and is available with 10dB, 20dB or 30dB coupling values.

  9. Webinar: Triggering And Decoding Of Automotive Ethernet
    10/31/2018

    In this webinar, Rohde & Schwarz explains how they made it possible to debug 100BASE-T1 automotive Ethernet as CAN networks are debugged. Examples will be shown on how bus analysis via triggering and decoding helps in developing ECUs with automotive Ethernet interfaces.

  10. 2-26 GHz GaN Low Noise Amplifier: CMD290 Datasheet
    10/31/2018

    The CMD290 is a wideband GaAs distributed low noise amplifier operating the 2 to 26 GHz range for applications requiring low noise figure performance and high input power survivability. Delivering 12.5 dB of gain with a corresponding noise figure of 2.3 dB and an output 1 dB compression point of +19 dBm at 13 GHz, this LNA offers RF input survivability of 2 Watts.