Product Showcase

  1. RF Booster Amplifier For Radio Equipment: AR-50-SAT75
    11/5/2018

    The AR-50-SAT75 RF booster amplifier operates at 50 Watts PEP, 30 - 512 MHz and 75 Watts PEP 220 - 324 MHz and is ideal for integration into tactical radio equipment. The AR-50-SAT75 uses six high speed auto switching filters to assure harmonic suppression and is SINCGARS, HAVEQUICK, HPW, DAMA, IW, and ANW2 compatible.

  2. 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.

  3. 2-26 GHz GaN Low Noise Amplifier: CMD290
    10/31/2018

    Custom MMIC offers the CMD290 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.

  4. Zigbee/Thread/BLE Smart Home Communications Controller: QPG6095
    10/31/2018

    Qorvo’s QPG6095 Zigbee/Thread/BLE Smart Home Communications Controller provides a fully integrated solution for ultra-low power wireless communications for Smart Home devices such as thermostats, motion sensors, smart plugs, key pads and door/window sensors. The controller is compliant with the IEEE Standard 802.15.4 for Zigbee and Thread, and the Bluetooth Core Specification version 5.0 3 for Bluetooth Smart, providing robust spread spectrum data communication with a highly secure encrypted and authenticated data flow.

  5. 75Ω SP6T 5 MHz To 2000 MHz Switch: QPC6762
    10/31/2018

    Qorvo introduces the QPC6762 single-pole, six throw (SP6T) switch designed for use in CATV, satellite set top, and other high-performance communications systems. This 75Ω Silicon on Insulator (SOI) switch operates in the 5 MHz to 2000 MHz frequency range and offers a high isolation symmetric topology with excellent linearity and power handling capability.

  6. 0.4 to 6.0 GHz DPDT Low Insertion Loss/High-Isolation Switch: SKY13699-21
    10/25/2018

    Skyworks’ SKY13699-21 is a silicon-on-insulator (SOI) double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) switch designed to provide high-linearity, low insertion loss, and high isolation for 5G NR and LTE systems, and main/diversity antenna swapping applications.

  7. 805 – 2200 MHz Wideband LDMOS Two-Stage Integrated Power Amplifier: PTNC210604MD
    10/24/2018

    Wolfspeed offers the PTNC210604MD wideband, two-stage, LDMOS integrated power amplifier with on-chip matching for broadband applications. It incorporates internal matching for operation from 1805 to 2200 MHz, and dual independent outputs with 20 W and 40 W of output power each. It is available in a 14-lead plastic overmold package with gull wing leads.

  8. 0.1 To 40 GHz Digital Attenuators: 4209 Series
    10/24/2018

    RFMW, Ltd. introduces the API Weinschel 4209 series of digital attenuators interfaced with popular, high frequency test equipment. The 4209-31.5-1 is equipped with 2.92 mm Female connectors while the 4209-31.5-2 offers 2.4 mm Female connectors. Both the 4209-31.5-1 and 4209-31.5-2 provide 31.5 dB of attenuation range in 0.5 dB steps and operate from 100 MHz to 40 GHz.

  9. Wireless InSite 3D Wireless Prediction Software
    10/24/2018

    Wireless InSite® is a suite of ray-tracing models and high-fidelity EM solvers for the analysis of site-specific radio wave propagation and wireless communication systems. The RF propagation software provides efficient and accurate predictions of EM propagation and communication channel characteristics in complex urban, indoor, rural and mixed path environments.

  10. WaveFarer Automotive Radar Simulation Software
    10/23/2018

    WaveFarer™ is a high-fidelity radar simulator for drive scenario modeling at frequencies up to and beyond 79 GHz. Near-field propagation and scattering methods compute raw radar returns from target objects while considering multi-path interactions from ground reflections and other structures.