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AR’s New Hybrid Power Module
AR’s Hybrid Power Module (HPM), 37HM6G18-40, is a Broadband Power Amplifier, which operates from a single DC voltage and covers 6 to 18GHz. It delivers a minimum of 5 Watts output power and 42 Db small signal gain with excellent gain flatness and harmonics. The HPM has a built-in over voltage protection and is a Class A design. It is extremely load tolerant and can be used as a Microwave Power Amplifier for both the Military and Commercial Industries. Download datasheet.
See AR’s full line of Hybrid Power Modules at the IMS-MTT Symposium, Booth #1415.
By Delcross Technologies
Multiple RF system set-ups on larger platforms are especially susceptible to performance degradation due to potential interference generated in between systems. The broadband ambient noise generated from the electronics in each system can complicate matters even further. This application note offers examples of how EMIT simulation software can be used to predict ambient noise in large platforms with multiple RF systems.
The VATTENPDC GPS RF Active Variable Attenuator is a one-input, one-output device with a variable attenuation range from 1 dB to 25 dB, user selected. The device is available in a miniaturized housing.
New Low PIM Attenuator From JFW!
This low PIM fixed attenuator covers the 698-2700 MHz frequency range and is available in 5, 6, 10, 20, and 30 dB attenuation values. It has a +0.75 db maximum attenuation accuracy, and a+0.5 db typical attenuation accuracy. Like other attenuators, it’s ideal for applications involving signal conditioning and level control. For more information on its features and specifications, download the datasheet.