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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Locust Swarm

Preparing for the SWARM

Like a locust super-swarm in Madagascar, similar to a scene in BBC America’s “Planet Earth II” (image 1), commercial and government programs alike are aiming to employ “swarms” of UAV’s in domestic and overseas operations2. This includes counter-UAS systems, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, near-space and hurricane hunting drones. Swarms of UAVs can be controlled through autonomous

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Is Your Project on Schedule?

When working or leading a high technology project, a simple question related to the status of a program can become difficult one to answer. This difficulty is clearly seen by anyone who has been involved in the development, manufacturing and testing high performance radio frequency modules. As with any project, leadership must deal with the

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Ball Grid Array (BGA) Package Sideview

Ball Grid Array (BGA) Mounting

Ball grid array (BGA) is a method of surface-mount packaging used for integrated circuits (ICs), whereby the entire bottom surface of the IC is covered with an array of small solder balls to permanently mount devices such as microcontrollers, microprocessors, RAM devices, etc. to printed circuit boards. BGAs support a higher pin count compared to

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