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Ferrites in Miniature Sizes

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

KOA Speer Electronics introduced a new, smaller size as an addition to its full line of ferrite components. The smaller, lightweight 0402 components demand less board room while offering high stability and reliability. The 0402 size is available in the multilayer ferrite inductor (MHI) and multilayer ferrite chip bead (MCB) styles....

Phase Locked Loop Offers Solution for MMDS Market

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Z-Communications announced a new phase-locked loop (PLL) module designed for the MMDS network market. The PLL2716A is designed to cover 2715 to 2717 MHz with a 1 MHz step size while delivering good phase noise performance. This PLL offers a clean spectral signal of -100 dBc at a 10 kHz offset and -123 dBc at a 100 kHz offset or, equivalently, a RMS phase error of 1....

SMPS Stacked Capacitors

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

AVX manufactures MIL-PRF-49470 qualified SMPS stacked capacitors. The company offers a comprehensive range of these stacked capacitors for high reliability applications. AVX's SMPS MIL-qualified capacitors are available with capacitance ratings from .056 mF up to 270 mF. Designed for high current, high power and high temperature applications, these stacked capacitors have very low ESR (Equivalent Series Resistance) and ESL (Equivalent Ser...

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USB Device for Wireless Networks

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Agere Systems announced that the ORiNOCO™ USB (Universal Serial Bus) Client received both the Wi-Fi and USB Compliance Test certifications. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) awarded USB certification and the USB logo to the ORiNOCO product ensuring that it has passed comprehensive testing for functionality, quality, interoperability and strict compliance with the USB standard....

Coaxial Relay

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Matrix Systems Model 76A00 Coaxial Relay incorporates a built-in RF or Video Amplifier. This makes it convenient when assembling non-blocking matrices or when a gain block is needed in conjunction with a coaxial relay. The module is self-terminating, allowing it to mate with power splitters which always need to be terminated....

Filtered Connectors

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Pulse announces a new line of single port PulseJack™ RJ-45 connectors with integrated magnetics and telephone network voltages (TNV) circuit protection. The new connector integrates isolation transformers and line side protection creating a single port T1/E1 solution. This PulseJack™ family of RJ-45 connectors successfully passed rigorous tests conducted by Contech Research, a leading independent connector evaluation firm....

Sub Mount DC/DC Converters

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

di/dt, Inc., the new technology leader in DC/DC power conversion, today announces the QL48 family of DC/DC converters, the industry's first quarter-bricks designed specifically to power low voltage silicon devices in telecommunications, data communications and server applications. These 30 A converters provide high-efficiency single stage conversion directly from a 48 V bus to sub volt levels, thus eliminating the cost, board space, and eff...

RF Power Amplifier

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

LCF Enterprises has developed a high performance 20 Watt RF Power Amplifier that covers the frequency range from 225 MHz to 600 MHz and 28 dB of gain. Features include automatic current limiting, forced-air cooling, current meter, over-current and thermal protection. The amplifier is also available as a DC module in a small, high efficiency package....

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Open Socket Terminators

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

dataMate Products is announcing the availability of a new open-socket terminator for the latest high-performance computers which use multiple Intel Pentium® III processors. This new terminator fits in any unused processor socket and terminates the system's high-speed buses to maintain proper operation....

Gigabit TVS Device

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

ProTek Devices has introduced the GBLC03 Series, a high frequency, transient suppression protector for handheld systems, wireless telecommunications, PDAs, PCMCIA cards, and digital cameras. The GBLC Series is available in both unidirectional (for unbalanced lines), and bi-directional (balanced lines) configurations; with voltage ranges of 3....

Digital Attenuator

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Alpha Industries introduces the AA113-310 IC, a 6-bit digital attenuator with driver that features low loss, high attenuation accuracy, and a single positive voltage control per bit. The high performance and low frequency of the AA113-310 IC make it well suited for IF gain control circuits in base stations, as well as for wireless data, broadband and wireless local loop applications....

Low Noise VCO

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Z-Communications announces the introduction of the V585ME24, an answer for many applications among demanding low noise cable modem systems. Generating frequencies that span 1568-1971 MHz within 1-20 Vdc of tuning, this high performance device will further compliment any phase lock loop and provides an incomparably clear signal in the marketplace....

TVS/Filter Combination Network

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

ProTek Devices has introduced the STF701, a TVS/filter combination network designed to reduce EMI/RFI noise on data I/O ports and provide transient voltage protection for handheld electronic systems such as PDAs, notebooks and pagers. Ideal for both protection and noise suppression on transceivers operating up to 100 MHz this device is designed for use on digital circuits less than 5 volts....

Leaded Packages

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

StratEdge announces the availability of the Low Cost Commercial (LCC) family of DC to 23 GHz amplifier packages for C and Ku band VSAT applications. These ceramic packages feature two or more RF leads and multiple DC leads, providing easy and cost effective attachment to the next level of the system while still maintaining the integrity and electrical performance of the integrated circuit....

Electro-Mechanical Switch

August 30, 2001 9:28 am | Comments

Teledyne Wireless has introduced a new electro-mechanical switch that operates at 75 Ohms within the DC to 3.0 GHz frequency range. The new SPDT switch is designed for applications requiring optimum RF performance and long life addressing the communications, test and measurement, aerospace and industrial markets where high-speed and high data rates are significant....

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