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Ceramic Trimmer Capacitor Line

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

TUSONIX ceramic trimmers are offered in a variety of styles and capacitance ranges and mounting configurations. The Tusonix 528 and 538 trimmers, which are all ceramic construction with optically flat interfaces, use nonferrous and silver-plated terminals and other metal parts to provide conductivity and problem-free soldering....

Drop-In Isolators and Circulators

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

RADITEK's newest stripline drop-in model, the SS series, covers 700 to 3600 MHz at 10% bandwidth with industry standard sizes. Capable of handling 110 watts of reflected power these units are ideal for Cellular/PCS projects....

Custom Design TCXO

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Rakon Limited have released a TCXO with enhanced stability features of sub ppm stability performance, over a wide industrial temperature range of – 40°C to 85°C. This through hole temperature compensated crystal oscillator has a wide range of frequencies from 8.2 to 32 MHz, with a clipped sinewave output....

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Medium Power Packaged PHEMT

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

The FP50SOT343 is designed for commercial systems using low noise amplifiers and oscillators operating over the RF and Microwave Frequency ranges. It features a low noise figure of 0.5 dB at 2 GHz making it suitable for use in receivers in WLL/RLL, WLAN, and GPS. This device is also suitable for PCS and GSM base station front-ends....

Bluetooth Baseband IC Series

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Fujitsu announced a pair of new Bluetooth™ Baseband ICs for hands-free cellular phones and other mobile wireless applications. Fujitsu's new MB86C00 and MBG011 baseband ICs comply with the Bluetooth v1.1 specification. They provide all baseband signal processing and protocol hardware required by Bluetooth radios, and support a variety of external RF ICs....

Integrated Circuit for GPS Applications

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Fujitsu and Global Locate Inc. jointly introduced a fast, low-power receiver that lets wireless phones receive GPS satellite signals indoors. Designed to add location capabilities to wireless products, the GL-16000 GPS Baseband Processor has 500 times more hardware correlators than a typical GPS receiver, providing fast start-up, with a time-to-first-fix of 250 milliseconds....

DMM/Switch System With RF Switch Capability

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Keithley has introduced two RF multiplexer modules for its Model 2700 and 2750 Multimeter/Switch Systems. The Model 7711 and 7712 RF Switch Modules give manufacturers of telecommunications devices and related products economical, wideband signal routing solutions that complement the DC/low frequency switching and measurement capabilities of the 2700 and 2750 mainframes....

Thermal Test Environment

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Temptronic ThermoFixture was designed and developed for a wide range of application from component, module, and PCB testing to characterizing high performance devices and assemblies at temperature, the ThermoFixture accessory provides a moisture-free test environment for the DUT while integrated with the ATE tester and thermal airstream system for a turnkey system....

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Bluetooth Modules for WPAN

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

National Semiconductor introduced the LMX9814 Bluetooth™ WPAN (wireless personal area network) module to enable Class 2/3 Bluetooth connectivity in today's portable communications and computing devices. The LMX9814 measures just 10.1 by 14 by 1.9 mm and is ideally suited for the demanding requirements of portable products such as mobile phones, PDAs and laptops....

Surface Mount RF Grounding Pads

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Embedding GPS capability into wireless handsets is one way service providers can meet Phase II E-911 requirements. Flat patch antennas are generally used for GPS implementation, and W.L. Gore & Associates has introduced GORE-SHIELD SMT RF grounding pads as a low cost, high signal fidelity alternative to electrically connect these antennas to the printed circuit board....

Enclosure Vents

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

W.L. Gore & Associates offers their PREVENT™ enclosure vents. The vents are comprised of a ePTFE membrane structure that allows an enclosure to "breathe" with changing temperature, preventing pressure differentials from building up that can damage seals and gaskets. The vents provide free passage of air or gasses, while excluding liquids and particulate contamination....

Rapid PCB Prototyping for RF and Microwave Circuits

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

The LPKF ProtoMat® L60 circuit board plotter is designed to provide quality and accuracy for high performance RF and Microwave circuit prototypes. This system offers a working area of 49.1× 14.75. The LPKF ProtoMAt L60 fabricates all types of printed circuit boards, including FR4, RO 4000, and RT duroid®....

GPS Receiver Module

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Murata introduced a new Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver (RX) device for enhanced 911 wireless phones, GPS and telematics manufacturers. Using design engineering, the GPS RX (part number LMRX3JBA-082) combines five separate components into one package, cutting cost and size compared to discrete solutions....

High Reflective Thin Film Transistor LCD

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas announced the availability of a 3.5 High-Reflective Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display (HR-TFT LCD). This highly portable display features brightness levels, color, and low power consumption in a thin, lightweight form factor, making it ideal for handheld applications, industrial, medical and marine electronics, point of sales/kiosks, test and measurement equipment and video monitors....

Wirless LAN Chip Set for 802.11g

April 4, 2002 8:30 am | Comments

Intersil announced a WLAN chip set designed to support the new 802.11g high-rate WLAN Draft Standard. Intersil's PRISM GT chip set will enable wireless networking systems to attain data transmission speeds up to 54 million bits per second (Mbps), while remaining backward compatible to the existing installed base of over 15 million Wi-Fi systems worldwide....

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