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The ANSYS Behavioral Model Builder is a tool embedded within the ANSYS environment for creation of behavioral models based on reducing finite element descriptions created in the ANSYS multi-physics environment

The Model 20ST1G18A is a self contained, forced air cooled, broadband hybrid solid state and traveling wave tube (TWT) microwave amplifier designed for applications where wide instantaneous bandwidth, high gain and moderate power output are required. A reliable amplifier system provides a conservative 20 watts minimum at the amplifier output connector. Stated power specifications are at the fundamental frequency.

Qorvo introduces the new QPM1002 GaN MMIC front-end module (FEM) designed specifically for X-band radar applications in the 8.5 – 10.5 GHz frequency range. Combining a T/R switch, low-noise amplifier, and a power amplifier, this device delivers a small signal gain of 33 dB, delivers 3 W of saturated power, and 25 dB of large signal gain.

Times Microwave Systems SiO2 cable assemblies are a major advancement in Silicon Dioxide coaxial cable technology. Improvements have been made in the areas of cable design, cable manufacturing technology, glass seal technology, and the range of connector types available.

RFHIC, a manufacturer of active RF & MW components and hybrids with a heavy focus on GaN and GaAs technology, recently introduced a molded styled power amplifier (GaN on SiC) generating 20W and covering 20-1000MHz.
The S-Series SGA Signal Generator offers simplicity, portability, modularity, and RF performance at an attractive price. Aeroflex’s reputation for innovation in signal generators has been reaffirmed in the S-Series. The signal generators have been designed from the ground up to meet the expectations of today’s engineers for instant answers at the touch of a screen. Buttons, rotary controls, and deeply nested software menus have all been removed.
Narda West's X to Ka-band converter for space applications features an input frequency range of 7.7. to 8.3 GHz, and an output frequency of 24 to 28 GHz
4-Channel, 14-bit, 65 MHz DAC Board