The task of testing and characterizing RF/microwave/millimeter-wave devices is growing increasingly more complex and time consuming. These new devices need to be characterized so that statistical models can be developed for sophisticated system and circuit design software.
This year’s IMS showcased everything from radar generators to power sensors and everything in between. Click through the gallery to see the latest devices and products on display for use across microwave and RF markets.
This year’s IMS showcased everything from digital-to-analog converters to gallium nitride power amplifiers and everything in between. Click through the gallery to see the latest devices on display for use across microwave and RF markets.
Freescale's RF Power Tool System helps reduce the complexity of your RF component evaluation by combining c complete suite of RF test bench devices into a compact system, saving space and money....More
Riadh Said from Agilent Technologies talks with STEM high school students at IMS 2014 about how real-time spectrum analyzers work, and gives some examples of applications they could be used for....More
Jean-Jacques DeLisle, Technical Editor at Microwaves & RF, demonstrates Copper Mountain's small form factor USB-based vector reflectometer, which is useful for portable testing and direct testing on antennae feeds....More
High-powered, ultra-wideband, and high-frequency antenna are pushing the boundaries of what antenna test chambers can handle. To meet these demands, antenna test chambers and systems have grown smaller, tougher, and more accurate....More
Up to now, swapping out obsolete controllers that use the ANSI x3.28 protocol has proven impractical because production systems would require modification to work with a modern Modbus RTU-compatible controller....More