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Our Editorial Director, Publisher and Associate Publisher have more than100 years combined experience in the technology we cover, with more than 60 years of that time in technology publishing. With both engineering design and product marketing experience, we have the perfect combination to serve our engineering readers as well as our advertising clients.

High Frequency Electronics has the mission of providing an exchange of ideas among engineers. Our hands-on design experience and many years of industry participation allows us to wisely select the right mix of subject matter, at the right technical depth for engineers of all experience levels. We like to think of our magazine as delivering a “chapter a month” of essential tutorial, applications-oriented and advanced material — an ongoing textbook for the continuing education and professional development of our readers.

In keeping with our attention to substantive content, our magazine is designed to present technical material clearly, with a clean, highly readable layout. This approach has a benefit to advertisers — ads stand out prominently when articles do not have unnecessary artistic frills.

Every issue of High Frequency Electronics is available online — with exactly the same appearance as the printed issues, in the universally accessible PDF format. The Online Edition is interactive, too. Readers can simply click on an ad to reach that company’s web site. Our web site also includes news headlines, events listings, supporting information for authors and advertisers, plus new and renewal subscription services. Every past article we have published is archived for download by any interested web visitor. The Archives is the most-visited part of our web site!

We take pride in our professionalism, knowledge and cooperative attitude when dealing with advertisers. We can help you develop a marketing and advertising plan with the options of print ads, web site banners, direct mail, e-mail marketing, print brokering, and many other service options. Contact the advertising sales representative in your area, or inquire with the Publisher or Editorial Director. 

High Frequency Electronics reaches more than 20,000 “Design Engineers utilizing RF and Microwave Technology,” qualified within one year.  (Source:?BPA International, June 2010 Circulation Statement)

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New Products

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Comb Generators and Much More

Herotek's products are built to meet excellent performance, high reliability, and quick delivery. The product lines consists of components and subsystems in the DC to 75 GHz range, such as GaAs FET amplifiers, (Broadband, low noise and power), Detectors, Limiters, Switches, Comb Generators, Up and Down Converters, Harmonic Mixers, and Integrated Su assemblies such as multipliers. Standard as well as custom products are available.

Herotek is located in San Jose, California in a modern, 30,000 square-foot manufacturing facility, with dedicated and controlled assembly areas for MIC Microelectronic Assemblies.

Herotek
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Precision Right Angle Adapters

Do you have the Right Angle in Quality, Performance and Reliability? SGMC Microwave does!

SGMC Microwave has an extensive line of 2.4mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm, and SMA Precision Right Angle In-Series and Between-Series adapters suited for your application needs. Please visit our website or contact us direct to find out more about our Precision Right Angle Coaxial Connectors.

SGMC Microwave
sgmcmicrowave.com

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Tech Brief: Bandpass and Band-reject Microwave Filters

Using small conductive “loops” a YIG filter is coupled to and from a YIG sphere’s resonant magnetic field. The closer the loop, the wider the bandwidth. Bandwidth can also be expanded by increasing the number of YIG resonators and carefully “tuning” the RF coupling loops. In this brief, RF engineers will learn the three basic methods in which this coupling is applied: signal transfer; signal reflection; and oscillation feedback, and how this differentiates a bandpass from a band-reject filter.

Micro Lambda Wireless
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Portable Handheld MM-Wave Solution

OML’s mixer series, MxxHxDC, is specifically designed for handheld spectrum analyzers as a portable solution for millimeter wave spectrum analysis measurement. Utilizing the handheld spectrum analyzer tracking generator as an LO source and the built-in DC supply; this harmonic mixer provides you the ease of portable field measurement in a one box solution.

OML
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Coaxial Limiter

PMI Model No. LM-400M2G-20-1W-SFF is a coaxial limiter that operates over the 400 MHz to 2.0 GHz frequency range. This model offers a maximum of 0.7 dB insertion loss while handling 1 W CW maximum. The compact 0.65" x 0.53" x 0.22" housing is outfitted with SMA female connectors. 

Planar Monolithics Industries (PMI) has been in business for over 31 years as a manufacturer of electronic components for defense applications.

Planar Monolithics Industries
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September 2021

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New RF GaN X-Band Radar Solutions

Wolfspeed introduces four multi-stage GaN on SiC devices, extending its range of RF solutions for X-band radar applications. These new devices provide options for systems requiring high efficiency transmit solutions in challenging form factors. Offered in small, industry standard packages that allow designers to achieve maximum performance with smaller systems that consume less power.

https://wolfspeed.com/rf/products/x-band

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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