The Model AM782-751D319 from Anatech Electronics is a compact ceramic duplexer with passbands of 746 to 756 MHz and 777 to 787 MHz. The RoHS-compliant, 50-Ω filter measures just 34 × 18 × 5 mm, but handles as much as 2 W power per passband. It exhibits worst-case insertion loss of 1.2 dB per passband, and promises at least 50-dB isolation between passbands. The duplexer achieves at least 14-dB return loss in both passbands. It is designed for operating temperatures from −20 to +70°C.
Designed for use from 100 MHz to 3.8 GHz, model GRF6011 from Guerrilla RF is a failsafe single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch well-suited for L-band satellite communications (satcom) applications. It is supplied in a miniature six-lead DFN-6 package measuring just 1.5 × 1.5 mm. It operates on a supply voltage of +3 to +5 V dc and a single control voltage of +3 V dc, drawing about 300 mA supply current. In switch mode, the component exhibits 0.33-dB insertion loss with 25-dB isolation. The 1-dB compression point is +20.5 dBm and the input third-order intercept point (IIP3) is +51 dBm. In failsafe mode, the insertion loss is 0.4 dB and the isolation is 22 dB. The 1-dB compression point is +29 dBm and the IIP3 is +49.5 dBm. The switch handles maximum input power to +36 dBm at operating temperatures from −40 to +105°C.
Model CMIAT400M3GA153CH from Corry Micronics is a broadband attenuator with three separate channel configurations for applications from 400 to 3,000 MHz. With 15- to 19-dB attenuation from 400 to 700 MHz, and 14- to 16-dB attenuation from 700 to 3,000 MHz, it is ideal for wireless infrastructure and Fourth-Generation (4G) cellular communications applications. It exhibits ±0.05-dB attenuation flatness across any 20-MHz portion of the bandwidth and boasts low passive-intermodulation (PIM) performance of −160 dBc. The three-channel attenuator handles 100 W average power per channel, with a peak power rating of 3 kW per channel, and provides more than 80-dB isolation between channels.
Mini-Circuits' Model MBDC-13-63HP is a high-power bidirectional coupler with at least 15-dB directivity from 2 to 6 GHz. It provides 13-dB coupling with low mainline insertion loss of 0.25 dB and power-handling capability to 100 W, all in a package size of only 0.56 × 0.20 × 0.051 in. The miniature coupler passes dc current and achieves excellent input and output return loss of typically 23 dB. The coupling flatness is typically ±1.3 dB across the frequency range. The bidirectional coupler is suitable for wireless communications and satellite-communications (satcom) applications, and features an operating-temperature range of −55 to +105°C.
The latest addition to the NuPower line of compact power amplifiers from NuWaves Engineering is model 12K08A, designed to provide 100 W output power at L- and S-band frequencies from 1,700 to 2,500 MHz. Based on gallium-nitride (GaN) solid-state device technology, the amplifier achieves its rated output power with just 0-dBm input power, by merit of generous 50-dB gain. Supplied in an aluminum chassis, the amplifier is small enough at 7.25 ×4.00 × 0.80 in. to fit a wide range of air- and ground-based tactical or test applications.
Rakon's Model RVG1490L is a voltage-controlled crystal oscillator (VCXO) with low phase noise (low jitter), available with frequencies from 1.0 to 2.2 GHz for optical coherent networking and other critical applications. The RoHS-compliant oscillator comes in a surface-mount package measuring just 14 × 9 mm and with single sinewave, differential sinewave, and LVPECL outputs. It exhibits phase noise of typically −101 dBc/Hz offset 1 kHz from a 1.96-GHz sinewave carrier and −145 dBc/Hz offset 100 kHz from the same carrier. Typical jitter is as low as 15 fs integrated from 10 kHz to 20 MHz from the carrier. The VCXO, which provides +4 dBm typical output power for a single sinewave output signal, has an operating temperature range of −40 to +85°C.
Synergy Microwave's Model STM-6000 is a broadband triple-balanced mixer suitable for frequency upconversion and downconversion from 1 to 6,000 MHz. It has an RF and local-oscillator (LO) frequency range of 1 to 6,000 MHz, and an intermediate-frequency (IF) range of 1 to 4,000 MHz, with typical conversion loss of 8.5 dB to 3,000 MHz and 10.5 dB to 6,000 MHz. The isolation between LO and RF ports is typically 34 dB. The isolation between LO and IF ports is typically 30 dB, while the isolation between RF and IF ports is typically 24 dB. The mixer handles nominal LO power of +15 to +23 dBm and exhibits a typical 1-dB compression point of +11 dBm. The surface-mount mixer has an input third-order intercept point (IIP3) of typically +21 dBm and an operating-temperature range of −40 to +85°C.
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