Richardson Electronics Articles
Richardson Electronics Q2 sales climb 22%
Richardson Electronics has reported financial results for its second quarter ended November 26, 2022.
ULTRAVOLTAGE3000: voltage discharge for ultracapacitors
Richardson Electronics has announced a new product adding to its portfolio of green energy solutions. The new ULTRAVOLTAGE3000 is a voltage discharge tool used for removing stored energy in ultracapacitors.
Richardson to showcase green products at CLEANPOWER 2022
Richardson Electronics will be exhibiting its ULTRA3000 Pitch Energy Module and more at the CLEANPOWER event on the 16th to the 18th of May, 2022.
Richardson Electronics receives Gold Tier Supplier award
Richardson Electronics, announced it received a Gold Tier Award for exceptional performance and contributions to supply chain success for BAE Systems, Inc.’s Electronic Systems sector.
CLEANPOWER: Richardson Electronics
Richardson Electronics will be exhibiting in-person at the CLEANPOWER event on December 7-8, 2021, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, UT. Their patented ultracapacitor-based pitch energy module, the ULTRA3000, will be on display during the show in booth #1518.
Richardson Electronics expands its range of heat sinks
Richardson Electronics has announced a global distribution agreement with Wakefield Thermal Management products, expanding its range of heat sinks and related products for thermal management applications.
Richardson Electronics continues expansion of 5G & wireless
Richardson Electronics continues expansion of 5G and Wireless, test & measurement capabilities with maury microwave
Patent received for a pitch energy system
Richardson Electronics has announced the issuance of US Patent No. 11,073,130 (the ’130 Patent). The ’130 Patent is a result of Richardson’s solutions for replacing lead-acid batteries in wind turbine pitch systems.
FET-Jet calculator for optimised SiC devices
Richardson Electronics has announced the FET-Jet calculator by UnitedSiC, a tool to find the most optimised SiC device in the early stages of power design. UnitedSiC recently released the FET-Jet calculator, a tool that helps engineers in the early design stage find their ideal SiC device.
Microwave portfolio expanded with interconnect cables
Richardson Electronics has announced the availability of Junkosha’s MWX004 interconnect cables. Cables in the MWX004 series come with 1.0mm or 0.8mm connectors and include Junkosha’s patented ‘safety lock’ feature, which prevents bending and breakage of the center pin.
Power management with pulse discharge capacitors
Richardson Electronics has announced it is offering Cornell Dubilier’s new high-energy storage pulse discharge capacitors. Highly customisable, Cornell Dubilier’s pulse capacitors are designed to deliver large amounts of energy in short bursts, providing excellent high-energy storage for applications with high voltage charge/discharge cycles.
Richardson Electronics, MS Power ink global pact
A global distribution agreement has been signed by Richardson Electronics andMS Power, a manufacturer of bipolar semiconductor products. The agreement aligns with both companies commitment to provide the highest reliability and quality products into various applications including Motor Drives, Power Supplies, Solar and Wind Energy Systems, Smart Grid, and others.
Global agreement supports expansion of United Silicon Carbide's products
Richardson Electronics has announced a distribution agreement with United Silicon Carbide, a manufacturer for SiC devices located in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. This global agreement supports the expansion of USCi’s products to new customers.
Glitch-Free digital step attenuators & voltage variable RF attenuators
Richardson Electronics has announced the availability of a selection of wideband attenuators from Integrated Device Technology, (IDT). The F1912, F1950, F1951, F1953 and F1956 are part of IDT’s family of Glitch-Free digital step attenuators optimized for the demanding requirements of base station radio cards and communications infrastructure applications.
Advanced modules meet ultracapacitor applications
The complete family of iMOD X-Series modules for ultracapacitor applications from Ioxus is now available from distributor Richardson Electronics. The iMOD X-Series modules have a wide voltage range, can deliver and absorb a high current, operate from-40⁰C to +85⁰C and have a long life cycle.
ICs target radar and 5G applications
The expanded portfolio of core ICs for commercial AESAs from Anokiwave are now in stock at Richardson Electronics. Anokiwave has added two new devices to complete its family of X-band AESA core IC solutions for commercial radar and 5G communications markets. Each IC architecture in the family includes an integrated 4-channel beamformer, LNA and PA supporting 4 radiating elements.
X-band silicon quad-core IC suits radar applications
A new X-band silicon quad-core integrated circuit from Anokiwave is available from Richardson Electronics. The highly-integrated AWS-0101 is intended for radar and 5G phased array applications. The device supports four radiating elements, single-beam transmit and dual-beam receive, and includes all requisite beam-steering controls for 6-bit phase and gain control.
Richardson Electronics, IDT ink global pact
Richardson Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Integrated Device Technology (IDT). The distributor will offer IDT’s RF and RF timing products throughout North America, Europe and Asia. It has a large team of experienced RF specialists to work with customers interested in IDT’s rapidly expanding portfolio of innovation-driven RF products.
Quad-Core IC enables planar phased array radar
A new K-band silicon SATCOM Rx quad-core integrated circuit from Anokiwave is now available from distributor Richardson Electronics. The highly-integrated AWS-0102 is intended for satellite communications applications. The device supports four dual-polarisation radiating elements with full programmable polarisation flexibility. It provides 22dB gain with a noise figure of 3.4dB.
Couplers target defence, aerospace applications
The range of Xinger couplers for aerospace and defence applications from Anaren is now being shipped by Richardson Electronics along with full design support. Offering a wide bandwidth range, high isolation/directivity, low insertion loss and ENIG plating finish, these high-reliability hybrid and directional couplers are ideal for aerospace and defense applications where size, weight and power (SWAP) are critical.