Tortoise™ is a lightweight, (under 20 lbs) DC powered transmitter system composed of dual independent, transmitter modules giving the user freedom to transmit on any 2 frequency bands from anywhere without expensive and bulky additonal transmitters. Each Tortoise™ is housed in a high impact ABS water resistant case. Each transmitter module has a built-in agile frequency synthesizer, dynamically controlled power amplifier and remote control of all transmitter parameters via an IR remote controller. Remote adjustments include power level, channel or frequency assignment and transmit On/Off.
Dragon™ is a lightweight, (under 15 lbs!) dual-transmitter system. The Dragon system is composed of 2 independent, dual 5-watt transmitter modules giving the user freedom to transmit on any 2 frequency bands from anywhere without swapping out or purchasing expensive and bulky additonal transmitters

Analog Devices offers a range of frequency conversion products for markets such as wireless infrastructure, imaging, and wideband receivers.

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.

The AS-TRM-Ku-10W is a compact and lightweight transmit/receive module that features high reliability, a rugged design, power and temperature monitoring, 50 Ohm input/output impedance, bias sequencing, fast TX/RX switching, and more. Each transmit chain and receive chains consist of a high-Q cavity bandpass filter, an LNA, and a limiter. This transmit/receive module is well suited for monopulse radar applications. For specifications and a mechanical outline, download the datasheet.

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 VPS3499 is a 1 MW, S Band, Klystron transmitter that is available for weather radar. This microwave transmitter uses a CPI Klystron amplifier as the RF output device, and offers a compact, user-friendly, cost-effective microwave power source with excellent pulsed Doppler capability.