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Press Release & Product Announcement Archive: 2020 (#4)

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PCBONLINE Blog: Comprehensive Guide to SMT Stencils

PCBONLINE Blog: Comprehensive Guide to SMT Stencils - RF CafePCBONLINE, a global high-end PCB manufacturer servicing electronics manufacturing (EMS) customers in defense, aerospace, medical, and other high-end industries, has posted a technical blog entitled, "Comprehensive Guide to SMT Stencils." It answers questions about what are SMT (Surface Mount Technology) and SMT stencils and what are they used for, where do you get SMT stencils for PCB assembly, what are the different types of SMT stencils, and how do you use SMT stencils? SMT (Surface Mount Technology) stencils are very important for PCB designing and manufacturing. If you can't decide which type of SMT stencil to go for and you need a detailed guide for this topic, then you're in the right place. This article will focus on every aspect of PCB stencils and by the time you reach the end...

Anatech Microwave September 2020 Product Update

Anatech Microwave September 2020 Product Update - RF CafeAnatech Electronics offers the industry's largest portfolio of high-performance standard and customized RF and microwave filters and filter-related products for military, commercial, aerospace and defense, and industrial applications up to 40 GHz. One each new cavity-type duplexer and triplexer have been introduced. The AD1542-1643D296 is an Inmarsat duplexer with 1524-1560 MHz and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz passbands, and the AD1800-2072-2250TR293 is a triplexer with 2025-2120 MHz, 2200-2230 MHz, and 1750-1850 MHz. Passband insertion loos is >15 dB on all, and insertion loss is <1 dB. Custom RF power directional coupler designs can be designed and produced...

Teledyne e2v HiRel Intros 25 GHz Frequency Doubler

Teledyne e2v HiRel Expands RF Line with New 25 GHz Frequency Doubler - RF CafeTeledyne e2v HiRel, part of the Teledyne Defense Electronics Group, today announced the latest addition to its rapidly expanding line of RF solutions, a new RF MMIC Frequency Doubler. Launching Teledyne e2v HiRel's new Frequency Multiplier product line, this Active Doubler, TDFM001000, is designed for high reliability signal chain applications in Space. It is particularly well-suited specifically for satellite transponders, transmit/receive modules, microwave-based communications, millimeter-wave point-to-point radio, and related processes. The TDFM001000 is a 7.5-25.0 / 15.0-50.0 GHz single ended input (no external balun required) GaAs MMIC doubler...

PCBONLINE Introduces Rigid-Flex PCBs

PCBONLINE Introduces Rigid-Flex PCBs - RF CafePCBONLINE's Rigid-Flex PCBs are boards with 3D design using a combination of flexible and rigid board technologies, and have characteristics of both soft and hard boards. Therefore, they can be used in electrical devices with special requirements, such as connecting a flexible area and a rigid area. Rigid-flex PCBS save the internal space of electrics, reduce the size, and improve electrical and mechanical performance of electronic devices. In PCBONLINE, rigid-flex PCB manufacturing and assembly are operated under strict quality control. The final board thickness ranges from 0.05 mm to 0.6 mm.

Fork Test Labs Intros Inexpensive Analog and Digital I/O Fixture

Fork Test Labs Intros Inexpensive Analog and Digital I/O FixtureFork Test Labs introduces the Fork programmable I/O interface board for test-engineers to automate fixtures - for only $95! Everyone knows or has seen big test stands, but few can use them because they are very expensive and not many engineers can put in hours or days to make it work as needed. So, we decided to create a platform for testing to help engineers in their everyday hard work. Just take Fork, PyTest and program the tests in Python. Features include 8 digital I/O, 8 analog inputs, 2 analog outputs, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, and 3 UART, SPI or I2C for connection with external devices...

BNC Webinar: Choosing the Perfect RF Signal Generator

BNC Webinar: Choosing the Perfect Microwave Signal Generator (Free Admission) - RF CafeBerkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC - like the connector) will present a free webinar on Wednesday, October 7th, 2020, entitled, "Choosing the Perfect RF/Microwave Signal Generator." Catch up with Berkeley Nucleonics and several special guests in the upcoming webinar to explore the inner workings of microwave signal generators. This in-depth webinar will provide a deeper look at basic specifications such as modulation, channels, power, accuracy, and speed. Senior Product Manager Junior Choe will do the presentation running from 10:00-11:00 am Pacific Time. Since joining the RF Group at Berkeley Nucleonics in 2014, Junior applies his years of industry experience and applications-focused technical expertise by listening to customer applications and addressing their current and future test and measurement solution needs...

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