Antenna Factor is pleased to announce the addition of two new frequencies to its RAH Series antenna line. The previously available frequencies of 315, 418, 433 MHz and 2.45 GHz are now joined by 868 MHz and 916 MHz versions. These compact rightangle antennas are ideal for products requiring a compact, aesthetically-pleasing antenna in a right-angle form factor

Bird Technologies, TX RX Systems brand has expanded their Signal Booster Family to include the Bird Channelized Signal Booster (SBIII), ranging from 450-512 MHz! It provides Public Safety grade reliability and coverage in challenging disadvantaged RF conditions.

To suit the needs of our customers, HUBER+SUHNER has developed this innovative solution. EACON stands for a simple, flexible and fast way to assemble microwave cables and connectors in the field without compromises to the best performance.

DLI’s Gain Equalizers are designed as a small, low cost solution to your gain slope challenges. DLI’s EW series is designed to address this issue from DC to 18 GHz in a package smaller than an 0302 capacitor. Components are designed for surface mount pick and place equipment or epoxy mount. Available in tape and reel packaging for high volume applications.

Johanson Technology, Inc (JTI) offers the 2345FB39A0050 WiBro/WiMax Filter Balun for the Mobile WiMax market (802.16e). This 50:50 Balun and Bandpass filter integrated passive component covers the 2.3 to 2.390 GHz band

The TM series "RF Orange" cable is a cost effective solution for numerous production or general purpose test applications including ATE/ATS and BERT/scalar/spectrum. The GrooveTube® technology offers excellent phase and amplitude stability with flexure.

RLC Electronics recently announced the expansion of its QPL Series of qualified switches. The company's series of QPL Single-Pole, Double-Throw, Surface-Mount Switches are qualified to MIL-DTL-3928. The switches are identified as part numbers MIL-DTL-3928/29-01 through -12 on the QPL listing

Anritsu Company offers a wide range of power meters and sensors that cover dynamic broadband and wideband frequency ranges. Wideband peak power meters are built to provide accurate peak power measurements, and address important issues of power control, peak power, and timing. Different models of microwave USB power sensors conduct accurate modulated power measurements on many types of signals including but not limited to WCDMA, LTE and WLAN. These devices are compatible with other Anritsu instruments and may be used in many wireless, communications, and aerospace applications.