November 8, 2018
Amplitude will be exhibiting at the Long Island Power Electronics Symposium on November 8, 2018. The Long Island Power Electronics Symposium & Exhibits is the area's premier annual event that brings together the local power electronics community. The event will take place on Thursday, November 8, and attendees may arrive anytime and leave anytime from noon to 8:00 PM. The venue is the . . .
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd and its group company Sumitomo Electric Device Innovations USA, Inc. (SEDU) will participate in the 2018 International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2018) held in Philadelphia, USA. SEDU is a leading provider of advanced RF(radiofrequency), wireless and optical communications solutions. Its latest offerings include S-band and X-band GaN HEMTs . . .
We are pleased to announce that Agile Calibration has received its Certificate of Accreditation from Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc. (PJLA). PJLA who hereby declares Agile Calibration accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard: ISO/IEC 17025:2005.
Rosenberger North America developed the series WSMP® connector based on the SMP series. They are designed in very small dimensions and very high frequencies up to 100 GHz.WSMP® connectors are about 45 % smaller than SMP connectors, and feature a high packing density, have a push-on . . .
Mini-Circuits is committed to meeting our customers' needs as the evolution of wireless standards continues to push application requirements to higher frequencies. The new BW-V series of precision fixed attenuators expands the coverage of our product line up to 50 GHz, supporting applications including . . .
Advanced Fiber Resources (AFR) debuted its latest addition to the AFR family of products, a Metalized Fiber Cable during a recent trade show. A metal film is deposited on the fiber surface using a sputtering process. Metalized fiber can be soldered into a package to achieve a hermetically sealed environment that also provides a highly reliable interconnection for optical devices. The fiber is . . .