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Surface Mount Oscillator Features Reduced Size

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Fox Electronics has introduced a new surface mount oscillator that features package size to meet the demand created by severely reduced space restrictions for the wireless and portable markets. The new Fox F500 Series SMD oscillator measures 5 × 3.2 mm with a low profile of 1.4 mm, making it ideal for use in micro-miniaturized versions of wireless and portable electronic devices....

Extended Access Screw Terminal

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Keystone Electronics offers a new line of elongated screw terminals for those applications that require connections to be made high above the PC board. Typical applications are power supplies, multi-board stacks, and where termination must be made outside the product. The extra height makes access to this screw terminal easier than conventional screw terminals, a particular advantage in high density applications....

Thermally Conductive Gap Fillers

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Stockwell Rubber Company announced the availability of die cut parts from two newly developed thermally conductive gap filler materials. These two new compounds provide an effective path between heat sources and heat sinks in a variety of electronic and telecommunications applications. TC2000 Gap Filler provides a means of making intimate contact between components and heat sinks where a large gap is generated in assembly design or where ...

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Miniature Radial Multi-Position Switch

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Dow-Key Microwave (a subsidiary of Dover Corp.) recently released a Micro Miniature Radial Multi-position (SP3T to SP6T) Switch designated P/N 567-5308. The switch performs up to 18 GHz. DC characteristics include 24 - 32 V DC (28 V DC nominal operating current is 130 mA typical @ 20 ° C). The switch is equipped with an actuator, providing a "normally open" mode of operation....

Automated Design Tool for Configurable Power Supplies

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Vicor introduced VCAD (Vicor Configurable Automated Design), an automated design tool that gives power designers more flexibility and real-time control over the design and manufacture of power solutions. This step toward true mass customization facilitates a rapid response to unique applications by giving designers the ability to explore a variety of solutions that meet their unique electrical and mechanical requirements....

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Surface Mount Crystal Oscillators

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

PTI (Piezo Technology, Inc.) has introduced a broad array of crystal-based oscillators directed at the wireless systems infrastructure marketplace. The XO5080 OCXO family targets those applications where the requirements can only be met with a crystal based oven-controlled oscillator (OCXO) and addresses the user requirement for lower life cycle costs....

Integrated GaAs pHEMT MMIC Receiver

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Mimix Broadband announced the introduction of a totally integrated gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) receiver on a single chip. This device is a three stage low noise amplifier (LNA) followed by an image reject fundamental mixer using Lange couplers to optimize bandwidth....

Linear Power Amplifier for 802.11b

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Maxim Integrated Products introduced their linear power amplifier (PA) designed for 2.4 GHz WLAN applications. The MAX2242 PA is packaged in the ultra-small 3 3 4 ultra-chip-scale package (UCSP) measuring 1.5 mm 3 2.0 mm, making it ideal for portable WLAN radios built in small PC card and Compact flash card form factors....

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Microwave Frequency Synthesizers

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

The MFS series of low-power Microwave Frequency Synthesizers from Elcom Technologies, Inc., consumes 8 watts of power making it ideal for applications requiring wider operating temperatures for use alongside smaller power supplies. The compact devices employ a single module design implemented with CMOS ASIC's, advanced MMIC's and a dedicated microprocessor....

Single Box L-I-V Test Solution

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Keithley announced its Model 2520 Pulsed Laser Diode Test System for electrical characterization of laser diodes in pulse mode up to 5 A peaks. It allows pulse widths as short as 500 nS with rise and fall times less than 60 nS, while protecting the laser diode with output short and voltage compliance functions....

Test System Meets Requirements for cdma2000

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Spirent Communications announces the introduction of the TAS cdma2000 Interference Lab (TAS CIL). TAS CIL is a powerful test system specifically designed to meet the receiver testing requirements for cdma2000 wireless terminals and base stations. The TAS CIL combines the features of the new TAS5600C Universal Interference Emulator with the impairments found in the TAS4600A Noise & Interference Emulator....

Bluetooth Test Set

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Anritsu Company introduces the MT8850A Bluetooth™ Test Set that meets the industry's demand for Bluetooth test instrumentation by conducting measurements in accordance with RF Test Specification V0.09 and using the Bluetooth protocol stack for full implementation of test-mode signaling. Combining fast and accurate RF measurement capability with compact size and affordability, the MT8850A is an excellent tool for production test of Bluet...

RF Test Interface System

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Dow-Key Microwave's newest product is a high power (5001 and 5002) RF Test Interface System developed to support the RF testing of WCDMA base stations. The high power segment of this system is designed to meet a very demanding requirement for passive intermodulation of 110 dBc @ 2 - 20 W. The System routes and conditions RF signals from the inputs and outputs of the DUT (Device Under Test) to the test equipment allowing for test automatio...

Handheld Wireless Receiver

April 30, 2001 6:15 am | Comments

Cricket is a handheld, wideband, wireless receiver designed specifically for sweeping and optimizing Local Area Networks (LANs). The instrument measures coverage of FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) CDMA networks which operate on the IEEE 802.11 standard allowing the user to measure and determine the Access Point, PER, and RSSI signal levels aiding in locating the hub and access points throughout a building....

Microcontroller

April 26, 2001 7:38 am | Comments

Atmel released a microcontroller with reprogrammable non-volatile memory. The T89SC256C is an 8/16-bit secure microcontroller based on 80C251 enhanced architecture, software compatible with any existing 80C51-based application. Its on-chip compact Flash memory of 256 KBytes, together with its embedded fast Arithmetic Crypto Processor, and its security features, allow this product to develop any application where security, fast computation, ...

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