Hittite announces the release of a double balanced dual mixer that can be configured as an I/Q modulator or an image reject mixer in wireless infrastructure, fixed wireless, and wireless local loop applications. The HMC340LP5 has an RF/LO frequency range of 1.7 to 4.5 GHz. This passive, monolithic, diode-based mixer offers an input IP3 of +20 dBm, and can be used as an upconverter, downconverter, biphase (de)modulator, or phase comparator....
Citel announces a new 5.8 GHz coaxial surge lightning arrester. Its 50KA power capability makes it ideal to protect tower amplifiers, tower top electronics (TTE)and GPS systems against the worst lightning surges. Thanks to its low insertion loss, less than 0.2 dB, it will not interfere with the normal performance of equipment....
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Agilent announces an film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR) duplexer for handsets, data cards, and other wireless products operating in the U.S. PCS frequency band. The duplexer makes it possible to design slimmer mobile phones, and allows for additional handset features such as a camera module, GPS locator, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Agilent Eesof EDA introduces ADS 2004A, the fastest version of ADS to date. The software sets standards for productivity and ease-of-use for common design tasks. In addition it provides new layout verification capabilities, a patented optimization technology and is supported on the RedHat Linux operating system.
FMA announces that the MB86064 dual 14-bit DAC now features a conversion rate of 1GSa/s. Fujitsu's double data rate (DDR) LVDS interfaces help to enable the increased data rate. Combined with its proprietary loop-clock facility, this enables realizable solutions when combined with either FPGA or ASIC data generators.
Hittite introduces a 9.9 to 12.7 GHz Active X2 frequency multiplier which is suitable for use as an LO multiplier in microwave radio, VSAT, radar, and ECM applications, and in OC-192 clock recovery circuits. The HMC369LP3 provides +4 dBm of output power. All undesired fundamental and sub-harmonics are suppressed to 30 dBc with respect to the output signal level, while the low additive SSB phase noise of 𤩾 dBc/Hz at 100 KHz offset, helps the user maintain good system noise performance.
OPHIR RF is pleased to announce amplifier model 4022. This high power amplifier produces 200 W of CW power over the frequency range of 2.7 to 3.2 GHz. This unit was designed for S-band radar applications, such as military radar, airport surveillance, and maritime navigation radar. The 4022 comes standard with RF input overdrive protection, as well as the ability to withstand an infinite load VSWR mismatch, all in a 5U high rack-mount chassis.
This filter from K&L Microwave combines suspended substrate and chip/wire technology to meet the following specifications: 3.0 dB cutoff at 1.0 GHz, <1.0 dB insertion loss at 1.1 GHz to 6.0 GHz, >30 dB at DC to .75 GHz and 2.0:1 VSWR at 1.1 GHz to 6.0 GHz. This unit utilizes plated thru boards for a repeatable and stable response.
Peregrine Semiconductor's PE4259 RF SPDT switch provides single control input, ESD tolerance of 2 kV HBM, insertion loss of 0.3 dB/1 GHz, IP3 of 60 dBm/2 GHz, and isolation of 32 dB/1 GHz. Patented technology reduces up to five blocking capacitors and a control line compared to similar GaAs devices.
Linear Technology introduces two high linearity upconverting RF active mixers with integrated RF transformers. The LT5519 operates over the 0.7 to 1.4 GHz range, while the LT5520 covers the 1.3 to 2.3 GHz frequency bands without requiring external matching components. These devices have applications in cellular basestations, cable modem, and video-on-demand headend equipment and high performance satellite transceivers.
The SM2040-37 is a 2.0 to 4.0 GHz solid state GaAs amplifier designed for use in military and wireless markets. This module has a linear gain of 37 dB and 5 W of output power at the P1dB compression point. It operates from a single supply voltage of +12 V at 2.7 A of quiescent current. Features include over/reverse voltage protection, thermal protection with auto reset, and TTL logic on/off control.
Suitable for industrial, commercial and telecom applications, the subminiature MCX and micro-miniature MMCX connectors from SV Microwave feature snap-on mating for quick connect/disconnect. Straight and right angle plug versions are available in both series for flexible cable from RG-174 to RD-316, plus RG-405 and SR 0.
Maxim introduces the MAX2825/MAX2826/MAX2827 family of single-chip RF transceivers designed for 802.11a/g, 54Mb/s, OFDM radio applications. Manufactured using Maxim's SiGe BiCMOS process, these transceivers improve receiver sensitivity performance by 5 dB in 11g 54 Mb/s mode when compared to existing CMOS-based designs.
Designed to meet the needs of base station cavity filters, MEC's dielectric material is used in cellular infrastructure networks. This solution offers a dielectric constant of 35, and depending on the application, a Qo (unloaded) of greater than 40,000 (at 2 GHz), allowing the cavity filter size to be reduced while achieving low insertion loss.