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Planar Monolithic Industries (PMI) recently introduced seven - count 'em, 7 - new products in their extensive line of RF and microwave components. Included are a 1-18 GHz Channelized Receiver, a 2.0 to 18.0 GHz Switch-Amplifier, a 0.25 to 18.0 GHz 1P16T switch, a 30 MHz to 40.0 GHz LNA, a 0.5 to 18.0 GHz dual gain amplifier, a 0.1 to 27.0 GHz 5-bit attenuator, a 0.2 to 2.5 GHz SDLVA. Contact PMI today for more information.


PMI Model No. PRX-20-1G18G-850M-SF-V2, 1-18 GHz Channelized Receiver - RF CafePMI Model No. PRX-20-1G18G-850M-SF-V2, 1-18 GHz Channelized Receiver

Channelized Receiver - 20 Outputs Planar Monolithics Industries model number PRX-20-1G18G-850M-SFF-V2 is a channelized receiver with an RF input of 1 to 18 GHz. Twenty output channels allow simultaneous signals of 850 MHz in a 1 to 4.4 GHz IF band to be output for digitization. An internal reference is included to lock the various LO's to down convert the signal into the required frequency bands.

PMI PIMA-218-3S3A-32-NS3F-NSI - RF CafePMI Model No. PIMA-218-3S3A-32-NS3F-NSI, Switch-Amplifier IMA

PMI Model No. PIMA-218-3S3A-32-NS3F-NSI is an IMA (Integrate Microwave Assembly) that operates over the 2.0 to 18.0 GHz frequency range. Specifications are maximum insertion loss of 4 dB; a minimum isolation of 60 dB: Gain Flatness (States 2, 3, 4, & 5): 1 dB P-P for Every 1 GHz; P1dB (J3/J4) +32 dBm Typ. (High Gain Path); VSWR In/Out: 2.0:1 Max. Noise Figure (States 4 & 5): 6 dB Typ., 7 dB Max and (States 2 & 3) 19 dB Typ.: Noise Density < -155 dBm/Hz; Power Handling Capability +20 dBm CW Max; and Switching Speed: 1 us Max. (50% TTL to ±0.5 dB of Steady State). Includes a N-Type female connector, three SMA female connectors, and a 15 Pin Micro-D female connector in a housing measuring 4.00" x 2.00" x 0.75".

PMI Model No. P16T-250M18G-60-T-512-SFF-DEC-1W - RF CafePMI Model No. P16T-250M18G-60-T-512-SFF-DEC-1W, 1P16T Switch

PMI Model No. P16T-250M18G-60-T-512-SFF-DEC-1W is a Single Pole, Sixteen Throw, Absorptive Switch that operates over the 0.25 to 18.0 GHz frequency range. Specifications include maximum insertion loss of 7 dB; minimum isolation of 60 dB; VSWR In/Out, 2.0:1 Typ., 2.5:1 Max; Switching Speed, Rise/Fall: 50&nbsp;ns Typ., 10 ns Typ., Delay On/Off: 150 ns Max; Input Power: +30 dBm CW and Survival Power: 10 W Peak, 1 µs. This model is outfitted with SMA female removable connectors in a housing measuring 8.00" x 3.00" x 0.65".

PE2-12-30M40G-5R5-18-12-292FF - RF CafePMI Model No. PE2-12-30M40G-5R5-18-12-292FF, LNA

PMI Model No. PE2-12-30M40G-5R5-18-12-292FF is a 30 MHz to 40.0 GHz, low noise amplifier. Specifications include Gain of 12 dB Typ.; Gain Flatness, ±2.75 dB Typ.; Noise Figure, 5.5 dB Typ.; VSWR In/Out, 2.2:1 Typ.; and OP1dB, 16 dBm Min. Supplied in our standard PE2 housing 1.08" X 0.71' X 0.29” that can be used as a 2.92 mm (F) connectorized or a surface mount component.

PEC-40-25-0R518-20-12-SFF-TTLVG - RF CafePMI Model No. PEC-40-25-0R518-20-12-SFF-TTLVG, Dual Gain Amp

PMI Model No. PEC-40-25-0R518-20-12-SFF-TTLVG is a Dual Gain Amplifier that operates over the 0.5 to 18.0 GHz frequency range. Maximum input power of +20 dBm CW; a maximum VSWR of 2.0:1; Gain @ +25°C: Max Gain Position, +38 dB ± 4 dB Max and Min Gain Position, +23 dB ± 4 dB Max; Pout @ 1 dB Compression @ +25°C: Max Gain Position: +19 dB Min and Min Gain Position: +17 dB Min; Noise @ +25°C: Max Gain Position: +5.0 dB Max. (Above 1.0 GHz) and Min Gain Position: +7.5 dB Max. (Above 1.0 GHz); and Gain Switching Time: <500&nbsp;ns. This model contains SMA female connectors in a housing measuring 2540" x 1.000" x 0.383".

DTA-100M40G-30-CD-1-OPT27G - RF CafePMI Model No. DTA-100M40G-30-CD-1-OPT27G, 5-Bit Attenuator

PMI Model No. DTA-100M40G-30-CD-1-OPT27G is a 5-Bit Programmable Attenuator that operates over the 0.1 to 27.0 GHz frequency range. Typical insertion loss of 6.0 dB; typical VSWR of 2.5:1; Mean Attenuation Range 30 dB; Accuracy of Attenuation ±2.5 dB Typ.; Minimum Attenuation Step: 1.0 dB; Power Handling Capability +24 dBm CW Max; Input 1 dB Compression: +20 dBm Typ.; and Switching Time: On Time 1.0 µs Max. and Off Time: 0.5 µs Max.

PMI SDLVA-0120-70-0225 - RF CafePMI Model No. SDLVA-0120-70-0225, SDLVA

PMI Model No. SDLVA-0120-70-0225 is a SDLVA that operates over the 0.2 to 2.5 GHz frequency range. Dynamic Range: >65 dB; Log Linearity: ±1.2 dB Typ., ±1.5 dB Max. @ -60 to 0 dBm and ±1.5 dB Typ., ±2.0 dB Max. @ -65 to +5 dBm; Minimum Logging Range: -60 dBm (-65 dBm Typ.); Maximum Logging Range: 0 dBm (+5 dBm Typ.); VSWR Input: 2.0:1 Max. (1.5:1 Typ.) Tangential Sensitivity: -60 dBm Min. (-65 dBm Typ.); Limited IF Output: -16 dBm Typ.; Maximum RF Input Power: +10 dBm, +15 dBm Typ.; and Log Video Output: Output Coupling: DC, Maximum Output Voltage: 2.7 V, Rise Time: 25 ns Max, Fall Time: 30&nbsp;ns Max, DC Offset: 0.1 V Nominal (Adjustable), Slope: 20 mV/dB Nominal, Propagation Delay: 10 ns Max., 7 ns Typ. and Video Load: 100 Ohms ± 10%. This model has SMA female connectors in a housing measuring 3.75" x 1.50" x 0.50".  


About Planar Monolithics Industries (PMI)

Planar Monolithics was founded basically to take advantage of the growing demand in monolithic-based products using the hybrid MIC/MMIC technology innovations that are mushrooming in a big way all over the world. High performance and reliable products can be obtained by using this technology. Planar Monolithics will meet these requirements. Planar Monolithics organization has been setup to design, develop, manufacture, test, and market complex state-of-the-art hybrid RF/microwave and monolithic integrated circuits (MIC/MMIC) and components, and hybrid MIC/MMIC supercomponents and subsystems. Planar Monolithics provides its unique products for applications in space, military, communications, telecommunications, commercial, and consumer electronics systems.


Sebastian Palacio

Director of Sales & Marketing

Principal Applications Engineer

Planar Monolithics Industries, Inc.

7311-F Grove Road

Frederick, Maryland  21704, USA

CAGE Code: 05XQ0

Phone: (301) 662-5019

Cell: (301) 455-9897

E-Mail: spalacio@pmi-rf.com

Website: www.pmi-rf.com



Posted May 25, 2021

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