Crocodile CDMA Transmitter
The Crocodile™ is an ANSI-95 CDMA transmitter that is ideal for simulating a CDMA Base Station with its Pilot I and Q modulated output and assignable PN Offsets
Tortoise Multi-Band Stimulus Transmitter
Tortoise™ is a lightweight, (under 20 lbs) DC powered transmitter system composed of dual independent, transmitter modules giving the user freedom to transmit on any 2 frequency bands from anywhere without expensive and bulky additonal transmitters. Each Tortoise™ is housed in a high impact ABS water resistant case. Each transmitter module has a built-in agile frequency synthesizer, dynamically controlled power amplifier and remote control of all transmitter parameters via an IR remote controller. Remote adjustments include power level, channel or frequency assignment and transmit On/Off.
Long-Range Handheld Transmitters
The Linx HHLR Long-Range Handheld Transmitter is ideal for general-purpose remote control and command applications requiring long transmission distances. The unit has been pre-certified for FCC Part 15 compliance, which reduces costs and time to product introduction. Available in 315, 418 (standard), or 433.92MHz, this long-range handheld remote is capable of up to 1,000-foot transmission ranges when combined with the LR Series receiver...
MS Keyfob Transmitters
The Linx MS Series Keyfob transmitter is ideal for remote control and command applications. Available in 315, 418 (standard), or 433.92MHz versions, it has been pre-certified for FCC Part 15, Industry Canada, and European CE (433.92MHz) compliance. This dramatically reduces development cost and time to market. The high-performance synthesized design provides superior frequency accuracy and minimizes body proximity effects...
Millimeter Receiver/Transmitter for 60 GHz Radio Applications
Hittite’s HMC6000 and HMC6001 silicon transceiver chipsets are ideal for metrocell/picocell backhaul, WiGig (IEEE 802.11ad) multi-Gbps solutions including wireless cable replacement (HDMI, USB 3.0, DisplayPort), wireless docking stations, video/magazine kiosks, wireless sensors and other 60 GHz radio applications.
R&S® ESW EMI Test Receiver
The R&S® ESW is an EMI test receiver featuring the widest dynamic range with a high 1 dB compression point and high sensitivity due to its low inherent noise. Designed to combine the functions of a full-featured analyzer and an EMI test receiver in one instrument, this device is capable of operation in the 2 Hz to 8 GHz, 2 Hz to 26.5 GHz, and 2 Hz to 44 GHz frequency ranges, and is ideal for demanding EMI certification measurements required in automotive and A&D markets.
0.5 – 18 GHz High Performance Receiver: QR026
Teledyne’s QR026 is a high performance receiver designed to offer wide and synthesized capabilities from 500 MHz to 18 GHz, and frequency extensions up to 40 GHz. Its modular architecture allows it to be configured as a single, dual, triple, or quad channel unit, which can be used in many applications including electronic intelligence, electronic support measures, defensive aids suites, and combined ELINT/ESM sensors within ground, airborne, and naval environments.
Gator Class A Stimulus Transmitter
Each Gator™ Transmitter is housed in a high impact ABS water-resistant case. It has a built-in agile frequency synthesizer, dynamically controlled power amplifier and a built-in modem and DTMF (touch-tone) decoding allowing remote control of all transmitter parameters via a phone line or cellular telephone
Transmit/Receive Module For Monopulse Radar
The AS-TRM-Ku-10W is a compact and lightweight transmit/receive module that features high reliability, a rugged design, power and temperature monitoring, 50 Ohm input/output impedance, bias sequencing, fast TX/RX switching, and more. Each transmit chain and receive chains consist of a high-Q cavity bandpass filter, an LNA, and a limiter. This transmit/receive module is well suited for monopulse radar applications. For specifications and a mechanical outline, download the datasheet.
L-Band Planar Array Antennas
These transmit and receive L-band planar array antennas feature 14 dB gain, a wide bandwidth, linear polarization, and low return loss. They’re ideal for use in point-to-point applications, in RF transmitters and receivers, and in satellite communications.