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One Stop for Boards and Connectors

Amphenol Printed Circuits' Brian Guidi provides a high-level overview of the company's PCB and PCA products for the military, aerospace, and defense industries.

3D Coil Receiver Antenna for VR/AR Claimed as Smallest Available

Arriving on the market at approximately 60% the size of similar products, the 3DCC03 series is designed to meet the growing demand for miniaturization of EM motion tracking sensors...
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Wideband MMIC Balun Transformer Targets 2- to 18-GHz Apps

Mini-Circuits' MTX2-183+ wideband MMIC balun transformer has an impedance ratio of 1:2, applicable for applications from 5G MIMO to EW systems ranging up to 18 GHz.
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What’s a QuarterBack Connector?

SV Microwave’s QuarterBack connectors use a quarter-turn bayonet style nut with a locking feature for standard SMP interfaces.
Passives Cram More Power into Ever-Smaller Packages

Passives Cram More Power into Ever-Smaller Packages

The trend throughout the high-frequency industry is to design passive components that can handle higher power levels with effective thermal management in tighter spaces
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The Differences Between Transmitter Types, Part 1

Whether coming from your pocket or high up in the stratosphere, massive amounts of data are on the move at all times, and the ubiquitous transmitter makes it all happen.
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Terminations Maintain Security on SMA Ports

A trio of terminations provides ultra-secure protection to 26.5 GHz for coaxial test ports.
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Metamaterials Sculpt UWB Bandpass Filter

By combining left- and right-handed transmission lines with conventional microstrip circuitry, it is possible to achieve a wide passband for an UWB bandpass filter.
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Dielectric Antenna Adds Photomixer for Terahertz Emissions

An easy-to fabricate dielectric rod waveguide (DRW) antenna was developed with an integrated photomixer for emission of millimeter-wave and terahertz radiation.