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21st Century design engineers are faced with daunting challenges! They have new technical concepts to master, new multi-disciplinary skills to learn, and especially, new demands to achieve maximum productivity.

Our Mission
High Frequency Electronics has rapidly become a valuable resource to meet the needs of today’s engineers who are developing high frequency and high speed systems for applications in wireless and wireline communications, navigation, computing, imaging, industrial processes, military and civilian defense ... and more. Our most important tasks are these:

  • Help engineers master new technologies and techniques with editorial content that ranges from fundamental tutorial to advanced theory—essential concepts and practical methods for the design, development and manufacture of components, circuits and systems.
  • Broaden our readers’ knowledge by covering high frequency technologies that cross the boundaries between digital, analog, RF, microwave, mm-wave and optical applications.
  • Enhance engineers’ productivity by presenting the components, modules, subsystems, test equipment and design tools from which they must wisely choose—and by facilitating contact with the companies that provide and support these products.

Targeted Readership
Our magazine and web publications are written for engineers, engineering managers, corporate management, educators and other technical professionals whose work requires them to understand the unique set of principles that are required for successful design, development, production and testing of products using high frequency technologies.

Both Print and Online Media
Today’s engineers are avid users of the Internet, yet they also rely heavily on the books, magazines and scholarly journals that make up their reference libraries. Both media have unique advantages. With our integrated approach, both print and online media are used to deliver core information to our readers. Readers can choose their preferred medium.

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New Products

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Type N Female Bulkhead Precision Adapters

Frequency Range: DC to 18 GHz (Mode FREE) Electrical: 50 Ohm, Low VSWR & Low Insertion Loss VSWR: 1.15:1 Max @ 18 GHz (Typical VSWR 1.05:1 through 18 GHz) O-Ring seal captivated within the flange body groove Materials: Passivated 303 Stainless Steel or Nickel Plated Brass available Dielectrics Fluorocarbon (PTFE) Available for immediate delivery – Same day shipping for all stock

SGMC Microwave
sgmcmicrowave.com

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Training Course: RF Wireless Circuits, Systems, and Test Fundamentals

We are pleased to offer a new course in the RF Mentor Academy Subscription program: RF Wireless Circuits, Systems, and Test Fundamentals with Rick Fornes.

This course provides RF engineers, system designers, manufacturing engineers and other professionals with the essential concepts needed to understand effectively RF and wireless products. This program provides a thorough understanding of RF parameters and as they apply to Wireless applications. At the system level, this course combines theory with real-life examples, providing participants with a complete foundation in understanding architectures - the physical layer requirements and RF measurement techniques.

Besser Associates
besserassociates.com

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Frequency Synthesizer Test Boxes Now Available with Power Leveling

Micro Lambda Wireless Inc. announced the release of frequency synthesizer test boxes with either 31.5 dB or 63 dB power leveling covering frequencies from 2 GHz to 20 GHz. Standard frequency models are available covering 2 to 8 GHz, 8 to 20 GHz and 2 to 20 GHz. Special customer defined frequency ranges within the entire frequency range are available on special order. Standard models are specified to operate over the 0 to +65 C temperature range.

Availability: 6-8 weeks from receipt of order.

Micro Lambda Wireless
microlambdawireless.com

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BGA Socket Design: Wide Temperature Applications

Ironwood Electronics introduced a new BGA socket design using high performance elastomer capable of 94GHz, very low inductance and wide temperature applications. The GT-BGA-2145 socket is designed for 50x50 mm package size and operates at bandwidths up to 94GHz with less than 1dB of insertion loss. The socket is designed to dissipate 200 watts using a heat sink and an axial flow fan. Contact resistance is typically 30 milliohms per pin. The socket is mounted on the target PCB with no soldering, and uses very small real estate allowing capacitors/resistors to be placed close by.

Ironwood Electronics
ironwoodelectronics.com

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G-Band Transmitter

G-band transmitters provide cutting edge performance in the ever-increasing universe of G-band (4400 to 5000 MHz and 5090 to 5250 MHz) applications. Available now with power output of 5 or 10 watts and in models covering video, telemetry (analog), and digital versions. They are designed to meet the most stringent performance requirements of the airborne environment. Prices are unmatched in the industry.

Emhiser Research designs and manufactures a complete line of airborne and ground-based telemetry equipment. Emhiser Research, Inc. now has a research, development and production facility in the picturesque town of Verd, NV (ten miles west of Reno). This facility is configured for total program management from the design and prototype stages through full production.

Emhiser Research
emhiser.com

March 2021

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The March 2021 Online Edition is now available for viewing and download!

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94GHz Socket for LGA56

Ironwood Electronics introduced new LGA socket design using high performance elastomer capable of 94 GHz, very low inductance for ATE applications. The GTP-LGA-1002 socket is designed for 10x10 mm package size and operates at bandwidths up to 94 GHz with less than 1dB of insertion loss. Contact resistance is typically 30 milliohms per pin. Socket is mounted on the target PCB with no soldering, and uses very small real estate allowing capacitors/resistors to be placed close by. This socket utilizes swivel lid for initial setup. Once test program is verified, lid and protruded screws are removed.

https://www.ironwoodelectronics.com/press/94-ghz-socket-lga56.html

Qorvo® to Create State-of-the-Art Semiconductor Packaging Center

Qorvo® has been selected by the U.S. government to create a State-of-the-Art (SOTA) Heterogeneous Integrated Packaging (SHIP) RF production and prototyping center. The SHIP program will ensure that microelectronics packaging expertise and leadership is available for both U.S. defense contractors and commercial clients that require design, validation, assembly, test and manufacturing of next-generation RF components.

The exclusive SHIP Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), worth up to $75 million, was awarded to Qorvo by the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Crane Division. This program is funded by the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering’s (OUSD R&E) Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Program (T&AM), and is administered by the Strategic & Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted System (S²MARTS) Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), managed by National Security Technology Accelerator (NSTXL).

Under the SHIP program, Qorvo will design and deliver the highest levels of heterogeneous packaging integration. This is essential to meet the size, weight, power and cost (SWAP-C) requirements for next-generation phased array radar systems, unmanned vehicles, electronic warfare platforms and satellite communications.

 

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eBook: A Designer’s Primer on Radar Systems

Combined with advances in phased-array antennas and integration technologies, radars are moving beyond military/aerospace markets to address a host of commercial applications. This primer showcases how NI AWR software provides designers with the advanced modeling and simulation technologies needed to meet the challenges of all types of radar system design.

awr.com/resource-library/designers-primer-radar-systems

A Designer’s Primer on 5G Communications

Recent advances in NI AWR software are helping designers develop the antenna and RF front-end components that are making 5G a reality. This primer offers content on the innovative wizards and synthesis technologies that enable engineers designing 5G communications systems to deliver cost-effective, high performance, and high-reliability products to market.

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