Sirenza Unleashes Miniature Stripline Couplers

Oct. 22, 2004
Sirenza Microdevices (Broomfield, CO), a company generally associated with amplifiers and oscillators, has added a series of "P package" stripline couplers to its existing lines of 3-dB hybrid couplers. The new couplers are housed in industry ...

Sirenza Microdevices (Broomfield, CO), a company generally associated with amplifiers and oscillators, has added a series of "P package" stripline couplers to its existing lines of 3-dB hybrid couplers. The new couplers are housed in industry standard packages measuring 6.35 x 5.08 mm. The first two products are the 1700-to-2000-MHz model AM03P and the 2000-to-2300-MHz model AP03P. In spite of their miniature size, the couplers are rated for power-handling capability to 25 W. According to Tim Schamberger, vice president and general manager of Sirenza's Signal Source Division, "the addition of these P package couplers to our existing stripline products provides our customers with another cost- effective coupler solution for a wide variety of high-performance, power amplifier applications." More information on the P package couplers is available by calling the company at (303) 327-3030 or visiting the web site. Sirenza --> http://lists.planetee.com/cgi-bin3/DM/y/eA0JtlqC0Gth0BMRD0AE

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