Microwave Photonic Systems offers a series of L-Band, fiber optic, photonic links designed to provide extended range satellite communications signals. The 50150A1MTX and 50125A1MRX use a high performance architecture which utilizes the latest technologies for optical amplification and dispersion compensation in many applications including antenna remoting, SATCOM, telemetry, and wireless/PCS.
These transmit and receive L-band planar array antennas feature 14 dB gain, a wide bandwidth, linear polarization, and low return loss. They’re ideal for use in point-to-point applications, in RF transmitters and receivers, and in satellite communications.
The R&S® ESW is an EMI test receiver featuring the widest dynamic range with a high 1 dB compression point and high sensitivity due to its low inherent noise. Designed to combine the functions of a full-featured analyzer and an EMI test receiver in one instrument, this device is capable of operation in the 2 Hz to 8 GHz, 2 Hz to 26.5 GHz, and 2 Hz to 44 GHz frequency ranges, and is ideal for demanding EMI certification measurements required in automotive and A&D markets.
The AS-TRM-Ku-10W is a compact and lightweight transmit/receive module that features high reliability, a rugged design, power and temperature monitoring, 50 Ohm input/output impedance, bias sequencing, fast TX/RX switching, and more. Each transmit chain and receive chains consist of a high-Q cavity bandpass filter, an LNA, and a limiter. This transmit/receive module is well suited for monopulse radar applications. For specifications and a mechanical outline, download the datasheet.
These Digital Frequency Discriminators (DFDs) and Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers (IFMs) are ideal for electronic countermeasures, signal intelligence, radar warning receivers, the capture of signal RF pulse events, and identification of frequency agile radar.
Microwave Photonic Systems presents the new MP-2350 Series of L-band fiber optic IFL transmitters/receivers designed with hot-swappable plug-in modules supporting L-band over fiber optic transport with user configurable gain control. These devices operate in the 850 MHz to 2150 MHz frequency range, and are used for many applications including antenna remoting, SATCOM, wireless/PCS, and telemetry.