At this year’s show, a couple of mid-sized companies unveiled several new MMICs, showcasing their impressive performance along with the latest advances made in the technology.
Flexible cables are available with different diameters for a variety of frequency ranges that reach as high as 65 GHz.
Different timing options are available for satellite applications, such as GPS Disciplined Oscillators and atomic clocks—it all depends on the orbit.
The seemingly ubiquitous bypass capacitor is an important component in design, especially when dealing with high frequencies. But what’s the driving force behind its usage?
A host of interconnect solutions were on display throughout the IMS exhibition floor, offering ever-higher frequency performance and superior phase stability.
A rugged coaxial cable is available as cable alone or as cable assemblies with connectors of choice for applications through 50 GHz.
A line of miniature hybrid crystal oscillators provides stable output frequencies to 162.5 MHz for various satellite systems.