Shaping the passenger experience, a different kind of showroom with LAT

With the help of its partners, LAT transforms a DDR S-Bahn train into a modern meeting room. Antonics supplies the antennas for this unique showroom concept.
The LAT Group has developed a modern showroom concept near the RAW headquarters in Berlin. With the support of several partners, including Antonics GmbH and IT am Fahrzeug (organizational unit for vehicle maintenance of the DB), a former DDR S-Bahn train carriage was technically modernized: From passenger displays to transmission technology (5G antennas) and passenger WiFi. In addition to the original seating, the carriage now has a meeting room and a bar. The 1929 series 476 railcar will be available for rent for events and customer meetings. On-site workshops will also be held, where corporations, family-owned companies and start-ups from the mobility sector can meet to unleash creativity and exchange ideas.

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New ODU satellite simulator

Atlantic Microwave, leaders in Satcom RF testing equipment, has launched a brand-new modular ODU Satellite Simulator.

The SatSim utilises the versatile Genus universal platform to provide configurable loop-back testing across multiple bands including C, X, Ku, and Ka-band. The engineering team can configure the Satellite Simulator to your custom frequency requirements, as well as provide bespoke additional features if required.

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VNA Extender configuration guide

The STO series of VNA frequency extenders increases the reach of coaxial Vector Network Analyzers to millimeter-wave frequencies. Three different STO configurations are offered for waveguide bands from 50 to 330 GHz. The most versatile STO configuration is the Transmit/Receive (TX/RX) version. More specialized versions include the Receive-Only (RX) and Transmit/Reference (TX/Ref) configurations. Options include increased test-signal power. A level-setting attenuator for amplitude control is standard in TX/RX and TX/Ref models.

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What is ARINC 600?

The term ARINC 600 is often seen in discussions about the aerospace industry. While it may be one ARINC standard among several, the ARINC 600 plays a key role in the manufacturing and design of avionic equipment, and has done so for almost 30 years. ARINC, which stands for Aeronautical Radio, Incorporated, was originally a company that provided transportation communications and systems engineering solutions across several industries, and was eventually incorporated into Collins Aerospace.

Radiall’s NSX ARINC 600 series is recognized globally for its wide range of solutions in a mix and match approach that allows custom harnesses to be created based on customer needs. NSX is also backward compatible with the last generation of ARINC 600 connectors while maintaining high reliability and high performance output

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New software and firmware updates

Discover the latest gui and firmware updates from Anapico. You can download the latest versions directly from the download section of their website or use the download links below.




Using COTS components to configure application-specific subassemblies

Eravant can ease the prototyping process by providing block diagrams for a variety of sub-assemblies commonly found in mmWave systems. Many design examples include technical notes that describe basic operating principles. Block diagrams often indicate product families that comprise various subsystem components. Many block diagrams also include suggested part numbers from Eravant’s wide selection of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products. By emphasizing bandwidth as the primary design goal for its COTS product families, Eravant ensures that the right components are available for a wide range of prototyping needs.

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drone defense technology

In recent years, the market for UAS (unmanned aircraft systems) has exploded. Technology has advanced significantly, and a wide range of unmanned aircraft systems have come of age. In particular, the emergence of drones represents a challenge for the military and aerospace sectors.
Drone Threats: Today, drones can be used for a variety of reasons, from conducting search operations to providing food services. Unfortunately, they are not always used for good. In fact, its most threatening use is for military reconnaissance. Drone operators often use them for surveillance and targeted attacks. They have the ability to collect data and information about transportation, which takes advantage of the security of the military aerospace sectors.

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Space Connectors and Space Switches

Since 1974, Radiall has participated in more than 300 satellite programs and has established a strong reputation for space connectors and space switches. Today, Radiall leads the industry when it comes to quality, reliability and performance. Our qualified products include coaxial connectors, cable assemblies, microwave components, and switches.

Space Market Expectations: The global satellite telecommunications market is constantly changing, increasing the demand for durable and compact products. We are now seeing a shift from the classic TV broadcast application to an IP-based broadband market that requires high-performance and adaptable satellites.

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New medium cell antennas 0201-100404s and 0202-100404s

Amphenol introduces the new 0201-100404s and 0202-100404s medium cell antennas. This range of compact antenna solutions has proven itself in 4G/5G densification and also as a great alternative to macro cells, not only in dense urban areas but also in remote areas.

Main features:

– Ideal for multi-carrier or 4×4 MIMO deployments.
– They have an easily removable lifting ring.
– They are ready for 5G.
– One is a tri-sector configuration, the other is a pseudo omni configuration.

For more information, see datasheet 0201-100404s and 0202-100404s

It’s not too late to add base station antennas below the Christmas tree – or in your masts 😁
Due to our European manufacturing sites we can deliver within 4 weeks without forecast !

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22 GHz compact multi-channel phase-coherent frequency synthesizer

AnaPico Switzerland has released a compact frequency synthesizer that generates precise and stable frequencies from 100 kHz to 22 GHz. The unique feature of the APMSYN22 synthesizer is that multiple units can be chained together to implement phase-coherent, multi-channel sources for various applications. The unit is easy to use and, due to its small size, can be integrated into RF/microwave systems of various shapes and arrangements.

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ODU Modular Satellite Simulator

Our new ODU satellite simulator offers maximum configurability. Available in tri-band and quad-band to meet your custom specifications, it provides loop testing for multiple bands and ground stations from a single unit. This SatSim ODU, encapsulated in an IP65-rated weatherproof enclosure, is ideal for mounting on poles, external surfaces, and outdoor applications.

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4-Way Broadband Combiner MCM 700 – 2700MHz CDMA

New 4 way combiner including 4G (LTE) Now we launch our new super broadband combiner to cover all cellular bands including new 4G LTE system. CDMA, GSM, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS, WiFi, LTE.

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Filtronic collaborates in the launch of the North East Advanced Material Electronics group

The formal launch of the North East Advanced Material Electronics (NEAME) cluster group has been announced today, with Filtronic as a founding member. NEAME’s mission is to highlight and promote the region as a center of excellence for the design and manufacture of advanced compound semiconductor technology. The cluster – led by CEOs and other senior officials from the Northeast electronics industry – aims to provide a central voice both to raise the profile of the region and to help its members address its major challenges and opportunities profitably.

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2022 IEEE MTT-S Election of the members of the Board of Directors

The August issue of IEEE Microwave Magazine is out. This issue talks about packaging and much more, with articles on interconnections and passive components. We also have a great set of columns for you. For an overview of this number, see the “Editor’s Desk” column. And for all the background on the articles, check out the Guest Editor Dashboard.
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We would like to inform you about our latest gui and firmware updates. You can download the latest versions directly from the download section on our website or use the download links in this newsletter.

Firmware updates:

APULNXX | V0.4.193 | July 2022 | download

APSYN140(-X) | V0.4.193 | July 2022 | download

  • Improved self test.
  • New default settings for frequency and phase modulation

APMSXXG | V0.4.193 | July 2022 | download

  • Fixes an issue regarding the max settable frequency on specific devices

APPH | V0.4.177 | July 2022 | download
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GUI updates:

APSIN, APMS, APULN, APSYN, APUASYN | V2.129 | July 2022 | download

  • Add interactive IO dialog for sending SCPI commands to a DUT, is accessible via device menu and via Ctrl+I keyboard shortcut.
  • UI display improvements.

APPH | V.1.3.17 | July 2022 | download

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Our partner Anapico would like to inform you about their latest datasheet and firmware updates. You can download the latest version directly from the download section on their website.

TRESCAL signs an alliance with ANAPICO

Trescal, a global leader in ISO/IEC17025 accredited calibration services, announced its partnership with AnaPico, the Swiss manufacturer and supplier of RF and microwave test and measurement instruments. This partnership will benefit AnaPico instrument owners who can now verify and correct their instruments with Trescal in France, thus reducing downtime and transfer costs.

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Filtronic introduces active E-band diplexers with integral AP and LAN

The designer and manufacturer of RF-to-mmWave components and subsystems, today announced the launch of the Hades range of active diplexers, designed to enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to manufacture cost-effective E-band radios with significantly higher RF performance. major, for use in military or commercial telecommunications applications, including high-altitude airborne and platform systems (HAPS).

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Low Noise Factory: For quantum computing. A 30% performance improvement on isolators and circulators. New Narrow Bandwidth Isolators and Circulators from LNF. This is very interesting. By growing narrow bandwidth ferrites in a triple junction, the isolation goes from 50dB to 70dB. Improves insulation by 30% in single, dual and triple junctions. If you increase the low-end frequency, the performance improves significantly and the size will be reduced. In this version LNF built a model from 4.3 to 4.9 GHz. The size is based on the low end frequency. Think of the possibilities with this engineering breakthrough. More to come on this topic.

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Innovative solutions for modular avionics

The modular design concept often conjures up images of cubic sections, all fitted neatly into a single unit. Modular solutions are designed to meet efficiency requirements, create smoother interoperability, and simplify the task at hand. This is certainly the case in the world of avionics. Modular avionics solutions offer a variety of benefits for aircraft design, construction and functionality, and in particular for the Modular Avionics Unit (MAU). This part of an aircraft contains hardware that supports avionics network systems, and to keep weight low, density high and cost low, Radiall has designed innovative technologies to meet these needs.

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New product: APMSYN22

AnaPico Switzerland recently introduced a new compact size broadband frequency synthesizer for accurate and stable signal generation in CW and pulse form, covering a frequency range from 100 kHz to 22 GHz, with a fast switching time of approximately 5 µs, the output power from -40 to 25 dBm. The phase noise at 1 GHz and 20 kHz offset is -132 dBc/Hz. Multiple units can be connected for phase-coherent channels.
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Phase Noise Measurement at 1 THz Using Cross-Correlated Down-Conversion

The increase in operating frequencies for radar and communications is driving the test and measurement industry to offer solutions to characterize phase noise in these higher bands. The development of test systems at mmWave and higher frequencies is important for research and will become essential for production testing. This article shows a highly flexible and cost-effective solution for measuring phase noise, demonstrating a practical approach that can be used in the sub-THz range.

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Ultra low noise microwave signal generator from 8 kHz to 12.75, 20, 26 and 40 GHz

The APULN is a fast switching, ultra-low noise microwave signal generator that covers a continuous frequency range from 100 kHz (8 kHz with option) to 12.75, 20 GHz, 26 or 40 GHz, respectively, with a resolution less than 0.001 Hz resolution.

The APULN provides a precisely leveled output power range and high spurious suppression. Advanced frequency synthesis combines the highest switching speed with ultra-low SSB phase noise and fine frequency resolution and resolving power.

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Atlantic Microwave Launches New Miniature Signal Generator

Atlantic Microwave, leaders in Satcom RF test equipment, have released the new miniature signal generator for frequencies from 25 – 15000MHz in the L, S and C band.

The miniature ethernet controlled signal generator provides versatile and economical solutions where there is a need for microwave frequency input for testing purposes at remote locations, antenna sites, equipment cabins and laboratories related to satellite communications, radar, EW systems, scientific apparatus and similar applications.

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Filtronic, the designer and manufacturer of RF-to-mmWave components and subsystems, announces the launch of the Hades range of active diplexers, designed to enable original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to manufacture cost-effective electronic band radios with superior RF performance. significantly larger, for use in military or commercial telecommunications applications, including high-altitude airborne and platform systems (HAPS).

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Filtronic presents a new range of active diplexers at IMS 2022

Filtronic, the designer and manufacturer of RF-to-mmWave components and subsystems, announced that it has introduced its new expanded range of E-band millimeter wave transmit and receive products at the leading Microwave industry event.

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Interconnection solutions for Contra-UAV technology

The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), also known as a drone, is not a new invention. With the first attempts at prototypes as early as the 19th century, UAV technology has come in leaps and bounds since those early models. 21st century drones are compact in size, easy to maneuver, cost-effective to produce, and highly agile. These attributes make the drone an increasingly popular tool for a variety of functions, from use in the film industry to military defense. However, with all good things come obstacles; In the years that the drone has become increasingly ubiquitous, so has the need for technology to neutralize the negative effects of drone use.

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The future of SatCom in Defense Communications

In the world of military communications, radio has stood the test of time as the most reliable method of communication. Whether portable or vehicle mounted, radio systems are known for their reliability, durability, and utility in the field. Since its initial use in World War I, radio as a defense communication system has been favored as the primary means of communication for field applications. However, the need to innovate and revolutionize technology is inevitable with an increase in demand for one particular technology: satellite communications systems, or SatCom.

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RF Cable Assemblies for Quantum Computing




Radiall has entered the burgeoning quantum computing market, which promises to revolutionize the computing industry in the coming years. Currently, there are only prototypes of quantum computers, and many research institutes around the world continue to study and develop this technology.
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Types of Microwave Components at Radiall





Radiall develops and manufactures a wide range of coaxial microwave components, including terminations, attenuators, couplers, power dividers, switches and custom components. Our range covers a wide spectrum of frequencies from DC to 50 GHz as well as low to high power.
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The future of computing






Quantum computers use the power of quantum mechanics to make a huge leap forward in technological advances. Let’s take a look at what quantum computers are and how they can be used now and in the future.
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Technological research and therapeutic trends

Advances in miniaturized interconnects and optical cabling have launched a design revolution in the field of medical devices, from high-precision laser surgical tools to small, portable connected health devices.

Today’s modern medical therapeutic instruments benefit from faster speeds, wider bandwidths, fiber optics, RF and mmWave microwaves, and miniaturization. These trends and technologies will help connector sales to the therapeutic equipment industry exceed $1 billion at a CAGR of 5.6% by 2026.

Radiall’s optical interconnect solutions for medical devices include standard interfaces (LC, ST, F-SMA), optical terminals, optical connectors, and custom optical assemblies and subsystems for medical oxygen sensors, intra-aortic balloon catheters, and laser treatment devices. Radiall’s fiber interconnect solutions are based on physical contact (PC) and expanded beam (EB) technologies, including its innovative EB-LuxCis expanded beam optical connector.

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Get to know the connector: ARINC 600

What are ARINC 600 rack and panel connectors?

ARINC 600 connectors are standardized rack and panel connectors used primarily for avionics applications. This modular packaging standard provides mechanical, electrical, and environmental interfaces between line replaceable units (LRUs) and racks or cabinets. It takes the form of a rectangular molded insulator in a metal or composite housing, each of which is provided with application-specific contact combinations in various configurations that support high-speed data, power, signal, and fiber optics ( with adapters). The casings are usually mounted by screws or welding. ARINC 600 connectors are available in twinax, coaxial, and quadrax configurations.

The ARINC 600 is a significant offering available from many connector companies, especially those with experience in the aerospace and military markets.

Configuration advantages:

ARINC 600 connectors can be specified with application-specific insert arrangements for fiber, coaxial and power connections, including twinax and quadrax, Ethernet, Firewire, 100 Base-T and Fiber Channel formats. Inserts are typically field replaceable and many versions provide blind mating. For more information, click here.



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Radiall offers a wide range of coaxial interconnection solutions for Space (flight segment). From low power attenuators to high power terminations, Radiall has the experience and ability to design comprehensive solutions for the most demanding environments.

Here are some of their products:

Coaxial connectors
It has a wide range of 50 Ohm coaxial connectors with a frequency range up to the Q band (up to 50 GHz).

Coaxial attenuators
Its low-power coaxial attenuators are ESA (European State Agency) qualified, available up to 31.5 GHz with SMA 2.9 interface).

Coaxial Terminations
Radiall offers ESA rated high and low power coaxial loads. The product offering includes the following low power loads: SMA, SMA 2.9, TNC and SMP / SMP-LOCK.

Coaxial couplers and dividers
It designs passive couplers and power dividers that support up to 200 W (CW) of RF Power at its input: directional couplers, hybrid couplers, and 2-4 – 8-way splitters.

Connectorized coaxial cables
High-performance, lightweight, low-loss, highly flexible and high-power connectorized coaxial cables are ideal for a wide variety of solutions for the Space market.

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