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Rubidium Clock Oscillators

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Temex Components announces the availability of the new rubidium atomic clock, the MCFRS series that consumes less than 0.6 Amps during a very fast warm-up time of 10' at 25°C. They are available in the standard frequencies of 5 MHz, 10 MHz, and 20 MHz. The MCFRS consumes 8 watts of power, and exhibits low aging of ± 4 × 10 -11 /month....

Digital Signal Processor

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Motorola introduced the 56L307 digital signal processor, the newest member of its DSP56300 family. A migration of the popular 24-bit DSP56307 to HiP4 technology, the DSP56L307 offers performance of 290 DSP MIPS. The DSP56307 is widely adopted in multi channel networking communications applications ranging from packet telephony to wireless digital cellular base stations....

Prism Option for Off-the-Shelf Oscillator Series

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Fox Electronics has expanded one of its standards off-the-shelf crystal oscillator series with a new option designed specifically for use with Intersil Corporation's latest generation PRISM® 2.5 and 3.0, 11 Mbps chip sets. The new CMOS oscillator, designated the F4106-440/1.4 PRISM, is a major addition to Fox's F4100 series that complements Intersil's popular PRISM chip sets for wireless connectivity applications, including home comput...

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Dual System GPS Line

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Antenna Specialists, an Allen Telecom company, is expanding its Tele-Locator™ line of dual-system GPS antennas to include 3 dBd gain roof top mounting options for 800 and 900 MHz trunking. Model series ASP-1860TGPS combines active GPS location identification with broadband trunking for complete frequency coverage without tuning....

Evaluation Kit for Sampling Wireless Modem Chipset

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Intersil Corporation announced the availability of an evaluation platform to help OEM customers easily evaluate its new 155 megabit-per-second (OC3) modem chipset and reference design. Intersil's ISL83700 modem evaluation kit provides a means to configure, monitor and test the performance of Intersil's ISL8760 modem chipset in a lab environment....

7-16 RF Coaxial Connectors

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

A full line of 7-16 RF coaxial connectors that are now available with a positive locking quick-disconnect coupling for hard-to-reach applications is being introduced by Tru-Connector Corporation. Tru-Connector's QD16 Coaxial Connector is a 7-16 series of RF connector that features a male coupling with a positive locking, spring-loaded sleeve and integral balls which seat into a corresponding groove on the female to mate securely....

Handheld Spectrum Analyzer

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Anritsu Company has partnered with Wireless Valley Communications whereby Anritsu's MS2711A Handheld Spectrum Analyzer will feature Wireless Valley's SitePlanner® engineering systems. The agreement combines the industry's leading handheld measurement instrument wit the top software packages for designing, measuring, and maintaining in-building, campus-wide, and microcell wireless communications systems....

Single Instrument Solution

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Anritsu Company introduces the MG3690A synthesizer, a single-instrument solution that combines the bandwidths of separate RF and microwave signal generators with the spectral purity and frequency stability of a phase-locked source. The MG3690A's ability to achieve crystal-oscillator-like phase noise over the 0....

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Electronic Key

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

The dataMate business unit of Methode Electronics announces the availability of the industry's first program-as-needed electronic key, also known as a "software lock." This device consists of a DB9 connector with an EEPROM housed in a rugged overmolded case. Programmable by either the OEM or by dataMate, this electronic key can be used to enable software or software features, or to store "electronic signatures" such as when ...

Driver Amplifier

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Celeritek announced the availability of a new driver amplifier for external fiber optic modulators targeting high bandwidth applications. Celeritek's new wideband GaAs pre-driver amplifier is an excellent solution for external Lithium Niobate modulators. By providing more gain in the device, power consumption can be reduced as much as 75%....

SMA Connector and Adapter Line

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

RF Connectors has released two new additions to its SMA connector and adapter line designed for use with .085 and .141 semi-rigid coaxial cables. These 50 ohm connectors are perfect for applications with frequencies up to 18 GHz. The RSA-3510-1-085 is a right angle SMA male and the RSA-3560-141 is a SMA female bulkhead connector....

Cellular CDMA LNA

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

RF Micro Devices announced the availability of the RF2369 low noise amplifier (LNA) and power amplifier (PA) driver amplifier for the cellular Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) handset market. The RF2369 is a 3.0V switchable low noise amplifier with a bypass switch and very high dynamic range designed for digital cellular applications....

3-Way Power Divider Family

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Anaren Microwave announced the latest addition to its Xinger line of products with the introduction of the industry's first complete line of three-way power dividers for wireless communication bands from 800MHz through 2.6GHz. The small package is achieved by the use of an innovative multi-layer design that combines the typical in-phase power divider design with a broad side coupler design, thereby minimizing real estate....

Baluns

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Anaren Microwave announced two new versions of its popular surface mount, Xinger®-brand balun first introduced in the spring of 2000. Designed for push-pull amplifier, mixer and antenna applications, the new 3A525 (1.5-1.9 GHz) balun supports Japanese PDC and DCS wireless standards — while the 3A625 (2....

Receiver Component for Satellite Based Radio Networks

June 28, 2001 7:33 am | Comments

Anaren Microwave announced the introduction of its surface mount, Xinger®-brand quadrifilar helix feed network ("quadfeed") component for satellite radio receivers. Developed in cooperation with engineers at Washington D.C.-based XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., the miniature 2.320-2....

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