Test And Measurement Products

  1. E-Field Generators For EMC Testing
    5/22/2007

    AR E-field generators offer exceptional uniformity between the elements. Our ATE10K30M uses low inductance high-power internal load resistors to terminate RF power, and offers well-matched input VSWR. The ATE10K100M is our own patent-pending folded-dipole type design. And we haven't yet found a test object the ATE10K30M-1 can't handle

  2. Microwave USB Power Sensor (MA24218A)
    12/30/2015

    The MA24218A is a power sensor designed with “triple path” architecture that provides True-RMS measurements for CW, multi-tone, and digitally modulated signals from 10 MHz to 18 GHz over 80 dB of dynamic range. The sensor employs high-performance digital processing which enables measurement speeds of >1,600 continuous power readings/s continuous and >11,000 buffered readings/s. It is intended to be used to increase throughput and reduce cost-of-test in any lab, high-volume manufacturing and field environment.

  3. Wideband Frequency Synthesizer 29 To 3840 MHz: KY3840A
    3/14/2012
    The KY3840A is a wideband frequency synthesizer that operates in the 29 to 3840 MHz frequency range that features 1 Hz tuning resolution, +10 dBm output power, an internal temperature monitor, a 6 millisecond tuning time, a selectable frequency external reference input, a single +15 Vdc supply, ±1.0 ppm internal reference stability, and more. This frequency synthesizer will operate from either the internal TCXO reference or an external source. For embedded applications, it can be controlled via a 4-wire serial interface. Alternatively, the synthesizer can be controlled using a PC with an RS-232 serial port.
  4. Expandable Microwave Matrix
    5/8/2013

    The 60-750/751 is an LXI Microwave Switching platform controlled through an LXI compliant Ethernet connection. The matrix is available in a variety of configurations and frequencies up to 20 GHz and features a “Loop Through” option to create even larger matrices.

  5. Force Protection - Threat Detection Sensors
    10/18/2011
    Cobham designs and manufactures PinPoint™ Shot/Sniper Detection Systems for military applications.
  6. Narda Programmable Microwave Signal Source
    5/1/2008
    This Narda IMA is a programmable signal source that digitally creates frequency-modulated waveforms and applies them to a carrier that can be varied +/-30 MHz in less than 100 ns. Its unique characteristics make it well suited for use as a fast-hopping signal generator, programmable noise source, or arbitrary signal generator.
  7. Fast-Switching Synthesizer: FST-3000-XA
    11/21/2012

    This fast-switching synthesizer operates in the 2500 MHz to 3000 MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving test and measurement equipment, simulator systems, or as a local oscillator in advanced radar receiver systems.

  8. Microwave And RF Test Assemblies: GORE® PHASEFLEX® Series
    7/13/2018

    The GORE® PHASEFLEX® Series offers the smallest, lightest, internally ruggedized microwave/RF test assemblies for high density interconnection in RF and uW modular applications as well as in high speed digital testing. These assemblies feature ON cable construction and provide consistent, repeatable measurements with electrical performance up to 18, 26.5, 40, or 50 GHz.

  9. Two-Path Diode Power Sensors
    11/4/2011

    Rohde & Schwarz has designed two different two-path diode power sensor with excellent price/performace ratio and differing frequency ranges. With a dynamic range of 80 dB for measurement of CW and modulated signals and a maximum power of +20 dBm, these Power Sensors are very useful measurement instruments for a vast number of measurement tasks.

  10. 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.