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Countermeasures for Aerial Drones

Countermeasures for Aerial Drones (Artech House) - RF CafeArtech House today announced the publication of Countermeasures for Aerial Drones by Garik Markarian and Andrew Staniforth. This comprehensive resource explains the development of UAVs, drone threats, counter-UAV systems, and strategies to handle UAVs, focusing on the practical aspects of counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems and technologies. Theory, technical and operational practice with insights from industry and policing are covered, and the full rogue drone threat landscape and counter-drone technologies and systems is explored. The book provides insight into counter-drone strategy, developing effective counter-drone strategies and measures, as well as counter-drone programs and the regulatory frameworks governing the use of drones. An New Release price of $111 is being offered for a limited time...

Modelithics Releases the COMPLETE+3D Library™ v20.8 for Ansys® HFSS™

Modelithics® Releases the COMPLETE+3D Library™ v20.8 for Ansys® HFSS™ - RF CafeModelithics, is pleased to announce the release of version 20.8 of the COMPLETE+3D Library for use with Ansys HFSS. The library contains over 325 highly scalable Microwave Global Models™ for capacitor, inductor, and resistor families from many popular vendors, plus a collection of nearly 300 Modelithics' 3D geometry models for inductors, capacitors, filters, packages and connectors. This library now represents a total of 22,000 individual components with circuit and/or 3D EM models. Version 20.8 adds nine new part value-, pad-, and substrate scalable models and over eighty new full wave 3D electromagnetic models. New scalable circuit models include new models for AVX's MP01...

Triad RF Systems' Stephen Barthelmes Interview by everythingRF

Triad RF Systems' Stephen Barthelmes Interview by everythingRF - RF CafeStephen Barthelmes of Triad RF Systems talks amplified radios, Doherty techniques, SDR, and UAVs with everythingRF. We talk about everything from amplified radios and Doherty techniques to software defined radio (SDR) systems and UAVs in an interview with everythingRF this week. everythingRF: Can you give us a brief history about Triad RF? Stephen Barthelmes: Triad RF was established in 2010 when the idea for the company began. In 2013, Dave, Dean and I got together to begin the development of RF products that were underserved by the market. By bringing the decades of knowledge that we had accumulated together, we implemented solid processes in sales, design and manufacturing that produced products that were cutting edge in performance and cost. We also understood the market pressures for increasing RF power to enhance data transmission while simultaneously improving overall efficiency. We stepped up to that challenge by creating some of the most linear and efficient amplifiers in the market...

Anatech Electronics November 2020 Newsletter

Anatech Electronics November 2020 Newsletter - RF CafeSam Benzacar of Anatech Electronics, an RF and microwave filter company, has published his November newsletter that features his short op−ed entitled "Do You Think 5G is Challenging? Meet 6G!," which delves into what can be expected based on current planning. "Like its predecessor, 6G is more than simply an upgrade in data rates and capacity, as it will attempt to deliver downstream data rates up to 1 Tbye/s and operate at frequencies in the so-called sub terahertz region, just below where lightwave frequencies begin. It will make extensive use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to enable applications that 5G presumably will not have been addressed in the next decade." . Also included in the newsletter are a few industry headlines...

ConductRF Hand Formable RF Cables at DigiKey

ConductRF Hand Formable RF Cables at DigiKey - RF CafeConductRF hand-formable RF coaxial cables are available off the shelf from DigiKey. ConductRF FM series of Hand Formable RF cable assemblies provides system designers with a versatile solution that allows RF cables to be physically routed and set in to position during installation. Standard lengths and connector types feature performance up to 18 GHz. Low loss, tinned braided cable of 0.086" diameter with shielding of >100 dB. 100% factory tested for VSWR & insertion loss. RoHS & Reach compliant. Ideal for internal module linking and great for RF Testing. When compared to traditional semi-rigid options, these cables can provide increased installation flexibility at a substantially lower cost. Made in the USA!

Triad RF Intros Bi-Directional SSPA for CW/FM and QAM Signals

Triad RF Systems Intros Bi-Directional SSPA for CW/FM and QAM Signals - RF CafeTriad RF Systems has announced the development of a dual, bi-directional amplifier that supports 2X2 MIMO radio applications. Model TTRM2005D is a solid-state-power amplifier (SSPA) that operates at a frequency of 2,200-2,500 MHz. It is designed for military and commercial use and supports a variety of signal types, from simple CW/FM signals to complex, highly modulated carriers such as 64 and 256QAM. The technical features of each channel on this dual bi-directional amplifier includes a transmit signal gain of 25 dB, a receive signal gain of 12 dB, a receive signal noise figure of 2.5 dB, and ~20 W BPSK power x2 (40 W off total RF power). Supply voltage is an ultra-wide 12−30 VDC...

PCBA Manufacturing Process Video

PCBONLINE Blog: The PCBA Manufacturing Process Video - RF CafePCBONLINE, a one-stop custom PCB/PCBA manufacturer for prototypes, small-batch, and massive production, has a short video showing their PCBA manufacturing process. It begins with the solder paste application using an SMT component attachment pad stencil, shows the pick-and-place operation (always a mesmerizing things to watch), progresses to the temperature profiled reflow oven and if needed for through-hole components a wave soldering step, then goes to machine vision and human inspection, and finally an electrical test is performed. Any necessary rework is performed by a trained technician. For many electronics product manufacturers, PCB assembly is necessary and vital to their products. PCBONLINE, a one-stop PCB/PCBA manufacturer since 1999...

Lectrix to Host "Engineering the Conversation" Online Conference

Lectrix to Host Engineering the Conversation Online Conference - RF CafeElectronics industry sales and marketing expert Lectrix is hosting "Engineering the Conversation" on December 8 & 9, 2020. Engineering the Conversation is a free, 2-day online conference for professionals managing sales and marketing in the B2B electronics industry. "So much has changed on the sales and marketing side of the industry in the last 9 to 10 months, that there is a lot to be said and learned from each other," said Graham Kilshaw, CEO of Lectrix. "This virtual conference is a community event for the electronics industry; it allows attendees to interact and network with speakers and each other to exchange the latest ideas and solutions on how to respond to the pandemic..."

Sky5® Front-End Module for Mid- and High-Band 3G, 4G, and 5G Mobile Apps

Skyworks Sky5® Front-End Module for Mid- and High-Band 3G, 4G, and 5G Mobile Applications - RF CafeSkyworks is pleased to introduce the SKY58085-11, a Mid- and High Band Front-End Module (FEM) supports 3G / 4G / 5G mobile devices and operates efficiently in 3G / 4G / 5G modes. The module has separate 3G / 4G / 5G PA blocks operating in the mid- and high bands, a silicon controller containing the MIPI® RFFE® interface, RF band switches, MB and HB antenna switches, bi-directional couplers, and integrated filters for Bands 1, 2, 3, 7, 34, 39, 40 and 41. RF I/O ports are internally matched to 50 ohms to minimize the need for external components. Extremely low leakage current maximizes device standby time. IC die and passive components are mounted on a multi-layer laminate substrate. The 62-pad LGA assembly, encapsulated...

Withwave Intros 2.4 mm to 3.5 mm Adapter Series

Withwave Precision 2.4 to 3.5 mm Adapter Series - RF CafeWithwave's Precision 2.4 mm to 3.5 mm Adapter Series are designed based on precision microwave interconnection technologies. These adapters are manufactured to precise microwave specifications and constructed with either male or female gender sides. The precision microwave connector interfaces ensure an excellent microwave performance up to 34 GHz. Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR: 1.25:1 (max) to 34 GHz, Body: Stainless steel (passivated), Center Contact: Gold-plated brass...

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