Receivers/Transmitters

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Touch screen power signal transmitters for GSM 900 and DCS 1800 combine a signal generator and a 20 W power amplifier into one single lightweight unit

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.

Mimix Broadband provides a variety of receivers in various frequency ranges...
A set of hybrid transmitters has been unleashed for short-range wireless data applications
The Linx HHCP Compact Handheld Transmitter is ideal for general-purpose remote control and command applications. 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 compact handheld remote is capable of up to 1,000ft transmission ranges when combined with the LR Series receiver. The transmitter unit can be configured with 1 to 8 buttons and the keypad and labeling can be modified to meet specific customer requirements...

Rohde & Schwarz offers the new R&S®PR200 portable monitoring receiver engineered to effectively support spectrum monitoring and interference hunting tasks within the 8 kHz to 8 GHz frequency range. The receiver combines excellent RF performance with an intuitive user interface and offers an expanded range of functions for use in a variety of field operations with minimal size, weight, and power consumption.

This L-Band RF Analog Fiber Optic Transmitter features a wide bandwidth of 800 MHz to 2250 MHz, a high dynamic range, WDW compatibility, a low noise RF front-end, and more.

AM3023 is a miniature filter bank module with sub-octave filters covering the 100 MHz to 6000 MHz frequency range with a full 80-MHz overlap from 400 to 6000 MHz. The device contains a bypassable amplifier section and supports both transmit and receive applications.