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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sUAS

Countering Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)

Once relegated to the skilled thumbs of a hobbyist or teenager with a Styrofoam toy airplane in the backyard, small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) have become accessible to a much broader audience. With the advent of brushless electric motors and high energy density lithium batteries, the consumer sUAS market has experienced unprecedented growth. Advances in

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MIL STD 461 testing in the Anechoic Chamber.

What is MIL STD 461 Testing?

The Department of Defense (DoD) purchases a vast array of electronic and electrical devices that must be integrated into various platforms with many other devices and function without degraded performance (electromagnetic susceptibility), and conversely, must function without causing degradation of performance for other devices (electromagnetic emissions). Similarly, electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a commonly used term

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NuWaves Engineering C Band RF Filter Custom Quick Turn Miniaturized

Why is RF Filtering so Important?

Why is RF filtering so important? Simply put, filters reduce the interference in the environment that affects the performance of the communication system, and reduce the interference caused by the communication system. The lack of RF filtering can affect the performance of the UAS in a number of ways: Communication range is reduced due to

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