The Model ATS700M11G is a wide band, high gain, stacked log periodic antenna that provides a minimum gain of 6.5dB over isotropic over the frequency range 700 MHz to 10.5 GHz. The Model ATS700M11G supplies the constant high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room. The Model ATS700M11G is also designed to perform emissions measurements. The Model ATS700M11G is compact and light weight for ready mobility, yet is built tough enough for the extra demands of outdoor use and easily mounts on a tripod. The Model ATS700M11G is ideal for the IEC-61000-4-3 standard due to its excellent field uniformity. The antenna is supplied with full calibration data.
Measuring RF power in a field environment can be a simple task which can be accomplished accurately and inexpensively. It can also involve a great deal of care and proper training to ensure equipment is accurately measured. Either way accurate field power measurements will ensure transmitting equipment is operating properly...
The masking effect of cable loss may cause your antenna to "appear" to perform more efficiently than is actually the case. In fact, it is possible to measure apparently acceptable VSWR or return loss levels even though your antenna may be completely out of operation. The purpose of this article is to provide an understanding of cable loss masking effect and explain how to avoid these pitfalls...
As broadcast network systems are planned and integrated, coverage predictions, as well as the prediction of the possibility of co-channel interference are based upon several factors, including geographical terrain, antenna gain and directionality, and transmitter output power. The introduction of new digital modulation formats into broadcast settings has necessitated a re-thinking of the methods that are used for the measurement of transmitter power
This white paper describes the design of a single stage 5W X-band GaN power amplifier by using a low-cost SMT packaged transistor.
Consumers expect a high standard of network connectivity. Even though our global data consumption has risen from petabytes per month to exabytes per month, users do not want to experience any issues. While Wi-Fi is used to offload the cellular network, high-demand applications continue to cause strain, and smartphone manufacturers continue to pressure carriers to make network enhancements to offload data traffic.
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Toshiba Corporation’s Semiconductor & Storage Products Company recently announced the development of “TaRF8”, a next generation TarfSOI (Toshiba advanced RF SOI) process optimized for radio-frequency (RF) switch applications that achieves the lowest-class of insertion loss in the industry.
Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced recently the availability and full design support capabilities for a GaAs MMIC low-noise, wideband amplifier from Analog Devices, Inc.
L-com Global Connectivity, a preferred manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, announced today that it has developed two MIMO sector antennas that provide true 180-degree coverage.
The latest addition to the MtronPTI range of solid-state high-power amplifiers is the compact PA1029 module, which delivers a microwave power output of 50W over frequencies from 2.2 to 6GHz, making it ideal for use in vehicle-mounted counter-IED jamming systems.
Anritsu Company introduces two options for its MN4765B series of O/E calibration modules that help to create a highly accurate, flexible, and cost-effective solution for the characterization of optoelectronic devices such as modulators, photo receivers, and integrated optical transceiver modules.
ADLINK Technology, Inc., a leading global provider of cloud-based services, intelligent gateways, and embedded building blocks for edge devices that enable the Internet of Things (IoT), today introduced its new platform as a service (PaaS) Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) Cloud application enablement platform (AEP), which offers a comprehensive industrial IoT cloud solution from a single source.