IN MY OPINION
In Memoriam: Jerry A. Bleich
By Karen Hoppe

What can you say about a friend and colleague like Jerry Bleich, who left this world far too soon,
with more life to be lived, more love to share, adventures to plan, and future family joy to experience?
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MILITARY MICROWAVE DIGEST


MMD March 2014
New Military Microwave Digest

ON THE MARKET


Band Reject Filter Series
Higher frequency band reject (notch) filters are designed to operate over the frequency range of .01 to 28 GHz. These filters are characterized by having the reverse properties of band pass filters and are offered in multiple topologies. Available in compact sizes.
RLC Electronics


SP6T RF Switch
JSW6-33DR+ is a medium power reflective SP6T RF switch, with reflective short on output ports in the off condition. Made using Silicon-on-Insulator process, it has very high IP3, a built-in CMOS driver and negative voltage generator.
Mini-Circuits


Group Delay Equalized Bandpass Filter
Part number 2903 is a group delayed equalized elliptic type bandpass filter that has a typical 1 dB bandwidth of 94 MHz and a typical 60 dB bandwidth of 171 MHz. Insertion loss is <2 dB and group delay variation from 110 to 170 MHz is <3nsec.
KR Electronics


Absorptive Low Pass Filter
Model AF9350 is a UHF, low pass filter that covers the 10 to 500 MHz band and has an average power rating of 400W CW. It incurs a rejection of 45 dB minimum at the 750 to 3000 MHz band, and power rating of 25W CW from 501 to 5000 MHz.
Werlatone


LTE Band 14 Ceramic Duplexer
This high performance LTE ceramic duplexer was designed and built for use in public safety communication and commercial cellular applications. It operates in Band 14 and offers low insertion loss and high isolation to enable clear communications in the LTE network.
Networks International

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INDUSTRY NEWS
 


Agilent Technologies and Cascade Microtech to Collaborate to Streamline Wafer-Level Measurements

Agilent Technologies and Cascade Microtech have formed an alliance to provide validated RF measurement solutions that streamline wafer-level semiconductor measurements while delivering guaranteed configuration, installation and support. Specifying and configuring a wafer-level RF measurement system can be challenging and time-consuming, often requiring equipment to be sourced from multiple suppliers and then configured and verified on-site by the customer. As a result, the time to first measurement can be long. Wafer-level measurement solutions from Agilent and Cascade Microtech allow semiconductor customers to perform accurate and repeatable DC and RF measurements, device characterization and modeling, a reduced time to first measurement.

The new wafer-level measurement solutions combine Cascade Microtech's wafer probe stations, probes and calibration tools with Agilent's test instrumentation and measurement and analysis software. Each solution configuration is pre-validated to ensure it meets customers' specific application needs, then validated again after installation by Cascade Microtech. Guaranteed configuration means that any parts missing from the configured solution will be provided by either Agilent or Cascade Microtech free of charge.

The two companies are also collaborating to deliver workflow solutions software based on Agilent's WaferPro-XP measurement software that together with Cascade Microtech's Velox probe station software allow customers to develop complete wafer test suites for a variety of measurement needs.






 

 

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Uncertain Times for DefenseWill OpenRFM Shake Up the Microwave Industry?
By Barry Manz

Throughout the history of the RF and microwave industry there has never been a form factor standardizing the electromechanical, software, control plane, and thermal interfaces used by integrated microwave assemblies (IMAs) employed in defense systems. Rather, every system has been built to meet the requirements of a specific system, which may be but probably isn’t compatible with any other system. It’s simply the way the industry has always responded to requests from subcontractors that in turn must meet the physical, electrical, and RF requirements of prime contractors. Read More...


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