Pioneering the next wave in wireless technology
Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand and a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter-wave products, has announced its groundbreaking frequency multiplier and divider series, setting a new benchmark for precision and efficiency in the industry.
This stellar series boasts the inclusion of active frequency dividers with an input frequency sweep from 6.5 GHz to 16.5 GHz. Not to be outdone, the output frequencies ambitiously dart between 13 GHz and a whopping 33 GHz. A salient feature is the requirement of a DC bias, ensuring optimal frequency differentiation every single time. Their flexibility shines through, offering divisions by 2, 4, or 8.
Additionally, the active frequency multipliers are adept at amplifying input frequencies, projecting output bands from 13 GHz to 29 GHz.
The ingenuity lies in the packaging − these marvels are snugly fitted within compact coaxial packages, making them perfect for varied applications. Each model sports the trusted SMA connectors, a testament to Pasternack’s unwavering commitment to quality.
Durability remains paramount, with these models boasting of a construction robust enough for the stringent MIL-STD-202 environmental challenges.
This series resonates with diverse market bands, from VHF and UHF to L, S, C, X, and even the formidable Ku bands. For projects where budgets dictate choices, Pasternack promises unparalleled value.
“Our new models are a boon for innovative prototype creations and proof-of-concept designs,” said Product Line Manager Kevin Hietpas. “Especially noteworthy is their alignment with the 5G domain, promising unparalleled performance. Their compact and rugged nature ensures they are an asset for any application.”
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