Products Filtered by - RF & Microwave

Within the world of electronics developments in RF & Microwave can be crucial to design engineers. At New Electronics we are aware of the importance of staying abreast of the recent advances in and the impact it can have on your role, that’s why we have collated all the latest news in one place.

SiGe based amplifier outperforms other devices

The LTC6432-15 from Linear Technology is a wideband fully differential amplifier with 15dB gain. According to the company, recently acquired by Analog Devices, it offers a linearity of up to +50.3dBm at the output third-order intercept (OPI3dB), an output 1dB compression point (OP1dB) of +22.7dBm and a 3.2dB noise figure at 150MHz.

Linear launches dual 10GHz differential amplifier

Linear Technology has launched the LTC6419, a dual 10GHz gain bandwidth product differential amplifier that comes with a very low input voltage noise density of 1.1nV/vHz, delivering an improved SNR performance for wideband signal amplification.

Bluetooth low energy portfolio expanded

Delivering more available memory, Bluetooth 5-ready hardware, automotive qualification and an ultra-small wafer-chip-scale package option, the CC2640R2F and CC2640R2F-Q1 have been added to Texas Instruments’ scalable SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC264x wireless MCU family.

Bluetooth and NFC module for rapid EIoT development

Alpha Micro has begun distributing a certified Bluetooth Low Energy v4.2 and near field communication module, the Laird BL652. The compact stand-alone module is said to offer multiple interfaces and an easy-to-use application development environment for secure connectivity integration without impacting power budgets or space limitations.

Bluetooth 5 compatible silicon RF IP

A Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) RF from CSEM is said to have been fully validated as Bluetooth 5 compatible. The IcyTRX silicon RF IP was developed through a partnership with Rohde & Schwarz.

Home automation reference designs

Two wireless occupancy sensor and smart outlet reference designs from Silicon Labs address the home automation market. According to the company, the designs – pre-certified by the US FCC and UL – include all the hardware, firmware and software tools required to create connected home products based on its ZigBee ‘Golden Unit’ Home Automation (HA 1.2) software stack and the EFR32MG Mighty Gecko SoC.

Artesyn launches 700W DC/DC converter module

Artesyn Embedded Technologies has launched the ADH700 series, a 700W half brick DC/DC converter module. The first model to be made available will offer a 28V nominal output and has been designed to support the popular use of LDMOS technology used in high power wireless base station deployments.

Wideband signal analysis solution

The RSA7100A wideband signal analysis solution from Tektronix can store up to two hours of data from an 800MHz bandwidth feed. Covering frequencies ranging from 16kHz to 26.5GHz, the device is said to address a broad range of analysis needs.

Long range receiver for the IoT

The latest radio chip for the IoT from STMicroelectronics is said to deliver high energy efficiency allowing smart connected objects to operate for up to 10 years without replacing batteries. With receiver sensitivity of -130dBm, the chip can operate over distances up to several hundred kilometres.

Gateway to simplify IoT solution development

The FX30 from Sierra Wireless is said to be the smallest, most flexible and rugged programmable cellular gateway. It provides a pre-certified, integrated embedded platform to connect any machine to any IoT application or cloud – enabling fast, scalable and global deployment of IoT solutions.

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