The MiniPOD™ line consists of a Twelve-Channel, Pluggable, Parallel- Fiber-Optics Transmitter, and a Twelve-Channel, Pluggable, Parallel-Fiber-Optics Receiver. These high performance fiber optics modules are ideal for short-range parallel multi-lane data communication and interconnect applications. The two different modules allow systems designers to different package options to optimize their cable management and board layout.
Microwave Photonic Systems presents the new MP-2350 Series of L-band fiber optic IFL transmitters/receivers designed with hot-swappable plug-in modules supporting L-band over fiber optic transport with user configurable gain control. These devices operate in the 850 MHz to 2150 MHz frequency range, and are used for many applications including antenna remoting, SATCOM, wireless/PCS, and telemetry.
The R&S®EFL240/R&S®EFL340 is a compact, portable TV test receiver for satellite, cable and terrestrial television. Its versatile measurement functions and its operating convenience are ideal for the installation of cable TV systems, satellite receiver systems, in-building distribution systems and antennas. Its favorable price makes the test receiver extremely attractive for these applications.
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.
Atlanta Micro’s AM9001A is a fully integrated, high dynamic range miniature digital tuner covering the 2 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range with an 80-MHz instantaneous bandwidth.
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.