Multi-level RF match for semiconductor manufacturing
Reno Sub-Systems (Reno) has introduced Velocity Multi-level RF matching technology, a technology that can match process impedance changes in microseconds and match sequential multiple power levels with precision.
Crystal oscillator offers low g-sensitivity performance
Frequency control specialist, Euroquartz has launched an ultra-low phase noise voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) from US manufacturer Greenray Industries.
Sentinel recorder for military signal intelligence
Pentek has announced a major addition to its popular family of Talon signal recording and playback systems, the RTR 2654 26.5GHz RF Sentinel Intelligent Signal Scanning rackmount recorder for military signal intelligence. The RTR 2654 combines the power of a Pentek Talon Recording System with a 25.6GHz RF tuner and Pentek's Sentinel intelligent signal scanning software
RF and Microwave measurement insights seminar
This presentation from Keysight is intended to be a tutorial on spectrum and signal analysis. It is written for those who are unfamiliar with spectrum analysers and vector signal analysers, and would like a basic understanding of how they work, what you need to know to use them to their fullest potential, and how to make them more effective for applications.
High frequency waveguide straights, bends and twists
Pasternack has just launched a new series of waveguide straight sections, bends and twists that are commonly used in satellite communication, radar and airport security system applications. Pasternack’s new waveguide transmission components feature high frequency ranges from 90 to 220GHz in three waveguide bands.
Miniaturised rubidium atomic clock improves performance
As reliance on precise frequency and timing increases due to the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNUS) enabling 5G communication networks, data centres and other mission critical infrastructure, smaller size and high-performance atomic clock technology has become essential to support both military and commercial applications.
RFID to accelerate deployment of smart labels in medical devices
PragmatIC and Schreiner MediPharm have entered into a strategic partnership to add smart labels based on PragmatIC’s ConnectIC family of flexible integrated circuits into Schreiner MediPharm’s product portfolio.
500W LDMOS transistor saves space, cuts costs
The BLP05H9S500P LDMOS-based power amplifier transistor from Ampleon is designed for use in industrial heating, defrosting, plasma lighting and medical applications. Operating at a frequency range of between 423 to 443MHz, the device can deliver up to 500W output power in pulsed or continuous wave modes and enables so far untapped drain efficiency levels of typically 75%.
Wideband RF transceiver for base station developers
Analog Devices has introduced a new wideband transceiver within its RadioVerse design and technology ecosystem. The ADRV9026 is designed to support base station applications including single and multi-standard 3G/4G/5G macrocell base stations, massive MIMO (M-MIMO) and small cell systems.
High power attenuators with range of frequency coverage
Pasternack has launched a new line of ten, 25, 50 and 100 Watt RF attenuators with operating frequencies up to 18GHz depending on the configuration. Pasternack now offers 31 high power, fixed attenuators which offer attenuation levels of three, six, ten, 20, 30 and 40dB. Additionally, in-series connector gender interfaces are available in male-female configurations with both SMA and Type-N connector options.