The International Microwave Symposium has wrapped up for another year of networking, account meetings, program discussions, and learning about new technologies and processes for everything RF/Microwave. This years show in Boston had a great layout, and host city. The breakouts, technical sessions and engagements were curated conveniently as well.
SAGE Millimeter, a leader of millimeter wave antennas, components, sub-assembly designs, and manufacturing, based in Torrance, California uses MilliBox, the affordable and modular radiation pattern test chamber, to qualify their antenna designs and production. “MilliBox gives us the level of speed, flexibility and performance we need to enhance our in house antenna testing capabilities at reasonable price” said Yonghui Shu, founder and CTO of SAGE Millimeter.
Nova Microwave Inc., our supplier of high-quality passive RF/microwave circulators and isolators, recently announced the release of the DKIU3325 broadband isolator.
The new DKIU3325 isolator operates from 26.5 to 40 GHz and it can handle 5 W of forward average power. This high performance isolator is available with 2.92 mm (K) connectors.
Visit ElectroTechnik/Nova Microwave in Booth 150 at IMS2019.
The QF team will once again be in attendance at IMS this year alongside our lineup of suppliers. Feel free to reach out (email@example.com) and schedule a meetup to discuss our services and linecard. We'll be there all week June 3rd-7th.
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Microelectronics Products & Services (Northrop Grumman) #823
Milliwave Silicon Solutions MilliBox #2000 (5G Pavilion)
Trans-Tech / Skyworks #424
Nova Microwave / Res-Net #150
Microwave Applications Group #1013
Polyfet RF Devices #224
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New from our friends at Milliwavess - the 3D Gimbal is at the center of all Millibox products. Wiring of the DUT is done with on axis pass-through channels to prevent tangling. The Device Under Test is mounted on the laser guided 3D gimbal rotating platform. The 3D gimbal is controlled over a simple USB connection with open source software (source provided) containing all the functions and API to run and plot a full spherical (or partial) radiation pattern graph up to 1 degree resolution (64000 points). The outcome of the plot is a Comma Separated Value.
And now a bit of 5G news from Anritsu and Qualcomm:
From Northrop Grumman:
REDONDO BEACH, Calif. – Aug. 22, 2018 – Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have set a new standard for wireless transmission by operating a data link at 100 gigabits per second (Gbps) over a distance of 20 kilometers in a city environment.
The two-way data link, which featured active pointing and tracking, was demonstrated Jan. 19, 2018 in Los Angeles.
Milliwave Silicon Solutions, inc. is pleased to announce that it entered a representation agreement with QuantumFlow for Southern California and Arizona for its MilliBox product line. MilliBox is the first affordable, compact and modular OTA radiation pattern test tool designed by and for mmWave engineers.