Corry Micronics offers a series of high power RF amplifiers operating in frequencies ranging from 869 GHz to 2170 GHz, and with nominal output power of 32 W or 45 W. Signal types include GSM, LTE, and UMTS models. Control and monitoring features are available.
Small Form Factor SATCOM Solutions
Traditional ground station satellite communication systems in the Ka-band have relied on an indoor to outdoor configuration. The outdoor unit includes the antenna and a block down conversion receiver that outputs an analog signal in the L-band.
Revolutionizing Radar Design With Electronically Reconfigurable GaN Power Amplifiers6/18/2021
This article demonstrates for the first time a robust commercially available high power amplifier based on multi-band transmitter design using a patented reconfigurable PA technique demonstrated by Charles Campbell.
Bringing The Bible To Life With Ultra-Wideband6/18/2021
Museum of the Bible (MotB), located in Washington, D.C., brings to life the history, impact and stories of the Bible. Using cutting-edge technology, the MotB creates an experience unlike any other museum in the world.
Transient EM/Circuit Co-Simulation In XFdtd: A Closer Look At TVS Diodes For ESD Protection6/9/2021
This paper introduces XFdtd’s transient EM/circuit co-simulation capability, which combines the strength of 3-D full-wave electromagnetic simulation with the flexibility of circuit solvers.
RF Field Probe Calibration And Usage6/2/2021
RF field probes are a required piece of test equipment used for measuring the intensity of radiated RF fields. The use of a field probe may seem straightforward; however, there are numerous aspects of using field probes that can affect the accuracy of RF measurements.
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