Spacek Labs

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Spacek Labs

Spacek Labs, Incorporated, is a small, woman-owned business which designs and manufactures millimeter-wave and microwave components and sub-systems operating from 10 to 110 GHz.

Contact

212 East Gutierrez Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
https://www.spaceklabs.com/
(805) 564-4404
(805) 966-3249

More Info on Spacek Labs

Spacek Labs, Incorporated, is a small, woman-owned business which designs and manufactures millimeter-wave and microwave components and sub-systems operating from 10 to 110 GHz. Since 1982, Spacek Labs has been providing products to Government, universities, research institutions and private industry. Located in Santa Barbara, California, Spacek Labs occupies two adjacent industrial buildings with 10,000 square feet. With the exception of shock and vibration testing equipment, we own all the necessary manufacturing and test equipment needed to fulfill our contracts.  Our facilities include our amplifier design, development and assembly laboratory, 30 separate assembly/test benches ranging from 2 to 110 GHz with additional equipment and benches for project specific work stations as required. Our testing facilities include vector network analyzers with the ability to directly test up to 65 GHz and a 60 sq. ft. screen room (Faraday cage) for low-noise testing. We have the environmental equipment to temperature test our devices from -55°C to +165°C as well as in-house cryogenic test facilities capable of temperatures as low as 15 Kelvin. Our digital capabilities include 2D and 3D CAD, EM simulation and the ability to handle any file format for project management needs.

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Systems

Sort Through Frequency-Conversion Choices

Sept. 1, 2015
Many methods are available for translating frequencies higher or lower in many forms, including monolithic and discrete components and integrated assemblies with additional functions...
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Active components

Make the Most of Microwave Mixers

May 4, 2015
Frequency mixers provide a reliable means of translating signal frequencies higher or lower as needed, and across the wide bandwidths required in many RF/microwave systems.
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News

Filter Passes E-Band Signals

April 4, 2014
Filter Passes E-Band Signals
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Systems

Components Help Satcom Systems Fly

Feb. 26, 2013
Satellite-communications use continues to grow in spite of the cost of the components and systems.
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Passive components

Miniature Mixer Tackles K-Band

Jan. 10, 2013
A miniature frequency mixer is useful for downconverting K-band radar signals to an IF bandwidth from DC to 13 GHz.
This is an example of a broadband two-way power divider suitable for splitting signals in test setups. It spans 0.5 to 6.0 GHz and can handle as much as 250 W CW input power. (Photo courtesy of Narda Microwave East.)
This is an example of a broadband two-way power divider suitable for splitting signals in test setups. It spans 0.5 to 6.0 GHz and can handle as much as 250 W CW input power. (Photo courtesy of Narda Microwave East.)
This is an example of a broadband two-way power divider suitable for splitting signals in test setups. It spans 0.5 to 6.0 GHz and can handle as much as 250 W CW input power. (Photo courtesy of Narda Microwave East.)
This is an example of a broadband two-way power divider suitable for splitting signals in test setups. It spans 0.5 to 6.0 GHz and can handle as much as 250 W CW input power. (Photo courtesy of Narda Microwave East.)
This is an example of a broadband two-way power divider suitable for splitting signals in test setups. It spans 0.5 to 6.0 GHz and can handle as much as 250 W CW input power. (Photo courtesy of Narda Microwave East.)
Active components

Components Aid Broadband Testing

Jan. 7, 2013
Active and passive components with adequate bandwidths can become integral parts of RF/microwave test setups.

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Components

Products of the Week: Analog

Jan. 23, 2021
In this roundup, we will take a look at the latest analog hardware to hit the market before year’s end and their potential applications.

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Receiver Corrals 60 To 90 GHz

July 25, 2012
Millimeter-wave frequencies (30 to 300 GHz) were once considered out of reach for most applications due to the fine dimensions and tolerance of the circuits and components needed...
Industry Insights

Fresh Starts

June 13, 2012
AVX Corp.GAM Technology, the first tantalum smelter to achieve EICC/GeSI Conflict-Free Smelter validation, has joined the company's Solutions for Hope Project. GAM Technology ...
Content

Making Noise About Mixers

March 14, 2012
Upon first reading the article "Predict Mixer Noise Behavior" (January 2012), I did not see any significant problem in the author's mixer analysis. But the author's conclusionsand...
Components

MM-Wave Signals Serve Cell Sites

May 18, 2011
The large bandwidths available in certain millimeter-wave frequency bands makes them attractive for use in communications networks that must securely transfer large amounts of...
Components

MM-Wave Components Offer Wide Bandwidths

Aug. 19, 2010
Millimeter-wave technology is providing solutions to meet growing demands for high-data-rate and high-definition-video signals.
Components

Chebyshev-Style Low-Pass Filter Cuts Off At 36 GHz

May 18, 2010
Model CLPF30-9 is a Chebyshev-style lowpass filter that passes signals to 36 GHz with less than 1.5 dB insertion loss. At 40 GHz, it exhibits rejection of 30 dB. Rejection is ...
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Products

March 31, 2010
PMC/XMC Card Holds Transceiver The model 7158 data converter is a full-function transceiver module housed in a PMC/XMC format. Ideal for military and COTS applications including...
Markets

Millimeter-Wave Bands Support Diverse Uses

Aug. 13, 2008
Millimeter-wave frequencies, traditionally reserved for government and military uses, are being explored for a variety of commercial short-range wireless networking applications...
Components

MM-Wave Links Are Making Key Connections

Dec. 11, 2007
With the opening of millimeter-wave spectrum to commercial communications, a number of companies are developing practical solutions for high-speed data access.