RF Frequency Converters

Multi-Octave RF Upconverter (MORF™)

– Programmable IF Input: 2 – 70 MHz

– Programmable RF Output: 2 – 3000 MHz

 

NuWaves Engineering Multi-Octave RF Up Converter

ConvertaWave™ RF Downconverters

– Automatic Gain Control / Manual Gain Control

– 100 kHz or 1 Hz tuning resolution

 

NuWaves Engineering ConvertaWave RF Frequency Converter

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Extend the Range of Low Power UAV Radio

Extending the Range of a Low Power UAV Radio

Low-power UAV radio systems, though designed for short distance communications, can be an inexpensive and reliable means of communications over greater distances – especially when the application is small UAS platforms. Many of these radios come with a variety of options including programmable bandwidths, RF power settings, and modulation type. Usually the bandwidth and modulation

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Full-Duplex

Cost Effective Full-Duplex Systems Utilizing a Semi-Custom Approach

The requirements of modern datalinks in the UAV and large airframe market present challenges for systems designers. Many modern communication systems often require full-duplex operation, and several systems may be operating on a single airframe. At the same time size, aerodynamic and radar signature concerns can limit the ability of designers and integrators to add

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NuWaves_NuPower_12B01A RF Power Amplifier 18 W PSat

Balancing Linearity and Efficiency in a Power Amplifier

Achieving both high linearity and high efficiency together in a Radio Frequency (RF) Power Amplifier (PA) system is challenging. Typical designs for highly efficient PAs (i.e., greater than 40% DC power efficiency) involve operating devices in their non-linear range, i.e., at or near compression (saturation). A PA operating in its nonlinear region inherently creates distortion

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