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Driver Amplifier
Eclipse Microwave’s EMD1211 is a GaAs
MMIC general purpose driver amplifier. This
amp module is
ideal for applications that require a typical
output of +30
dBm at 10 GHz
while requiring
only 300 mA
from a +12 V
supply.
Gain
flatness of this
device is less than 2.0 dB from DC to 20 GHz.
The EMD1211 comes in a small connectorize
module ideal for commercial and industrial applications.
Eclipse Microwave,
www.eclipsemicrowave.com.
TTL Amplifier
25.5 GHz with excellent gain flatness as well as
good temperature stability. The amplifier requires a single DC power supply +8.5 ~ 10.0 V.
The package size of the amplifier is 1.7" × 1.2" ×
0.40".
Wenteq Microwave,
www.wenteq.com.
Packages
QFN Packages
High temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC)
QFN packages
from Barry Industries feature
low-loss broadband transitions
for superior performance over
frequency. They
are tested to 40 GHz. HTCC construction provides for enhanced mechanical strength and
higher thermal conductivity compared with
LTCC. These hermetically sealable air cavity
packages conform to JEDEC MO-220 footprints. Lids are available from the factory.
Barry Industries Inc.,
www.barryind.com.
Sources
MSH-4627908-TTL is a 10 W amplifier optimized for the operating frequency range of 5.2
to 5.8 GHz with 28 dB min of gain and 6 A max
fully matched to 50 . TTL provides fast blanking and is customizable. This model is suitable
for a range of applications which include test
systems, defense or aerospace, and can be easily
modified to meet your requirements. It is designed to meet MIL-STD-883 and is manufactured in compliance with AS9100.
Microwave Solutions Inc.,
www.microwavesolutions.com.
Pulse Amplifier
RFHIC introduced its new GaN power amplifier, RRM2735160-35. This amplifier can revamp existing solutions or be designed for cutting-edge uses. Supremely designed for radar
systems operating in the 2.7 ~
3.5 GHz range,
this high performance amplifier
utilizes state-ofthe-art
GaNSiC transistors, achieving 35 dB gain (typical)
with drain efficiency of 40 percent (typical). It is
also matched for 50 input/output.
RFHIC,
www.rfhic.com.
TCXO
The new Conn or-Wi nfie ld
CSBxx
Series
are
surface
mount, 5 × 7
mm, 3.3 V, LVCMOS or clipped
sinewave temperature compensated crystal
oscillators (TCXO) designed to be emergency
beacon frequency references requiring tight
±0.2 ppm frequency stability and frequency
slope control of only ±0.7 ppb/min. The low
power dissipation of 6 mW allows it to power up
immediately with an accurate frequency. Class
1 devices operate over -40° to 55°C and Class 2
devices operate -20° to 55°C.
Connor-Winfield,
www.conwin.com.
VCO
Power Amplifier
Model AHP2475-03-3433-W42 is a temperature compensated waveguide power amplifier
offering 34 dB linear gain and 33 dBm typical
output power at
1 dB gain compression point
over the frequency range
from 24.0 to
140
Digital
Crystek’s CVCO55CC-3850-3850 voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) operates at 3850 MHz
with a control voltage range of 0.5 ~ 4.5 V. This
VCO features a typical phase noise of -110 dBc/
Hz at 10 kHz offset and has excellent linearity.
Output power is typically +7 dBm. Engineered
and manufactured in the USA, the model
CVCO55CC-3850-3850 is packaged in the
industry-standard 0.5" × 0.5" SMD package.
Input voltage is 8 V, with a max. current consumption of 35 mA. Pulling and pushing are
minimized to 1 MHz and 0.2 MHz/V, respectively.
Crystek Corp.,
www.crystek.com.
Frequency Synthesizer
PMI Model No. PFS-618-CD-1 is a high speed
frequency synthesizer that operates over the
frequency range
of 6 to 18 GHz.
This model covers the complete 6 to 18
GHz frequency
in 100 kHz steps
with an output
power of +10
dBm minimum. The unit is accurate to within
±1 MHz and settles within 1 usec maximum.
This model features low SSB noise and a low
spurious output of -55 dBc maximum. Harmonics are kept below -30 dBc.
Planar Monolithics Industries,
www.pmi-rf.com.
Waveguide Noise Sources
QuinStar Technology Inc. introduced the
QNS-FB15LE series of waveguide noise
sources. The QNS series waveguide noise
source comes in standard (Q,U, V, E and W) full
waveguide bands. The QuinStar QNS
series
noise
sources have 15
dB ENR with
0.015 dB/°C of
noise power output stability over
temperature and
0.15 dB/1 percent over bias
voltage. Typical ENR flatness is ±0.5 dB over any
10 GHz region and ±1.25 dB over the full band.
QuinStar also offers QIF series full band matching isolators as an option.
QuinStar Technology Inc.,
www.quinstar.com.
Miniature VCO
The DCO200400-5 is a broadband miniature
VCO covering from 2 to 4 GHz and sized only at
0.3 inches square. This tiny VCO boasts low
noise of -90 dBc/
Hz at 10 kHz
offset, making it
ideal for handheld test equipment and microwave point-topoint radio applications. The
output power of
-2 dBm minimum
comes
from a bias requirement of only +5 V at 46 mA
(max). Tuning requirement for the full band is
0.5 to 18 V. Second harmonic is suppressed by
12 dB minimum.
Synergy Microwave Corp.,
www.synergymwave.com.
MICROWAVE JOURNAL
MARCH 2014
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