Product Showcase

  1. RF And Microwave Components
    3/22/2017

    Teledyne Microwave Solutions is a worldwide leader in the design, development, and manufacture of RF and microwave components. Our broad line of components operate in the 100 kHz to 26GHz range and include Attenuators, BAW Devices, Detectors, Isolators and Circulators, Linearizers, Mixers, and VCOs. For over 50 years our components have played key roles in sophisticated airborne and satellite communications equipment, navigation and guidance systems, radar and sonar equipment, telemetry electronics, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems, and high performance commercial test equipment.

  2. Dual-Channel Switch LNA Module: QPB9318
    3/17/2017

    Qorvo offers the new QPB9318 highly integrated front-end module with operation in the 2.3 – 2.7 GHz frequency range for TDD base station, wireless infrastructure, small cell BTS, and pre-5G/5G massive MIMO applications. This LNA module integrates a two-stage LNA and a high power switch in a dual-channel configuration.

  3. Advanced Miniature Military Connector Solutions: ODU AMC® High-Density Series
    3/16/2017

    ODU-USA offers a new ODU AMC® High-Density connector solution designed specifically to meet all the requirements of line-of-sight communication, radio technology for army and navy systems, satellites, and first responder usage. Applications include those with helmet-mounted cameras, headsets, computer/PAN, GPS, body diagnostic sensors, wrist-worn displays, and soldier communication systems.

  4. 45 – 1218 MHz GaAs/GaN Power Doubler Hybrids
    3/15/2017

    Qorvo offers the RFPD340 and RFPD3580 hybrid power doubler amplifier modules for CATV amplifier systems and DOCSIS 3.1 compliant applications in the 45 MHz to 1218 MHz CATV range. The devices employ GaAs pHEMT die and GaN HEMT die, and provide extremely high output up to 76.8 dBmV composite power or 67dBmV virtual level.

  5. 45 – 1218 MHz GaAs/GaN Power Doubler Modules
    3/15/2017

    Qorvo offers a family of power doubler amplifier SMD modules operating from 45 MHz to 1218 MHz, and providing excellent linearity and superior return loss performance with low noise and optimal reliability.

  6. Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of RCS
    3/14/2017

    It is a reality that in the last decade signature control engineering has received growing attention from worldwide navies. Among these signatures, RCS (Radar Cross Section) is probably one of the most recognized ones, even to the uninitiated, due to its strong visible impact on the shaping of a ship’s superstructure.

  7. EMA And IDS Working Together To Solve Complex EM Challenges At US DoD E3 Conference 2017
    3/14/2017

    EMA and IDS are participating in the 20th DoD Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Program Review, which provides an information exchange forum for DoD Components, the Federal Government, and Industry E3 and Spectrum professionals. The DoD E3 Program Review will be held at the Lackland AFB in San Antonio, TX, the week of April 3-7, 2017.

  8. Pulsed L-Band Multi kW Scalable Amplifier Family
    3/9/2017

    Empower RF now offers the new scalable pulsed L-band amplifier family, ideally designed for fixed gain applications where the operator must have the ability to increase or decrease the output power based on varying the RF input level without having to read output power from costly external DDCs, cables, power meters, and power sensors. These amplifiers include expandable system hardware architecture to save on costs and enable the addition of power amplifier blocks in the future.

  9. Front-End Solution For Cellular/Smartphone Applications: SkyOne® Ultra 3.0
    3/6/2017

    Skyworks introduces the SkyOne® Ultra 3.0 as its newest SkyOne® front-end solution for premium mobile device and smartphone manufacturers worldwide utilizing Skyworks' powerful SkyBlue™ enabling technology. SkyOne® Ultra 3.0 solutions are composed of the following:

  10. Radar And Infrared Signature Management Capabilities
    3/2/2017

    Modern military aircraft increasingly rely on staying undetected as long as possible, and to detect their targets before they are detected themselves. If detected, an aircraft will want to present as small a target as possible to make target identification difficult, and to increase countermeasure effectiveness. The primary means of avoiding detection is to appear invisible by reducing the aircraft radar (RCS) and infrared (IR) signatures. This is done by considering the RCS and IR signatures during the design process.