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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What is Noise Figure and How to Improve it with a Low Noise Amplifier

Noise Figure (NF) describes the amount of noise a component, amplifier, or an entire radio receive chain contributes to the RF signal being received. Electrical noise is combined with the RF signal as it is generated by the RF transmitter and propagated through space. This signal is then captured by the receiving antenna and guided

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NuWaves GPS-III Triplexer helps multipaction

NuWaves’ Recent Filter Development That Addresses Today’s Biggest Issue and Bottleneck in GPS Satellite Communications

NuWaves recently finished development on a high-powered triplexer to support GPS-III communication services. NuWaves’ triplexer is a unique and advanced piece of hardware that serves a specific purpose in satellite communications. GPS operating frequencies have the unfortunate fate of residing in a narrow range of frequencies that induce an effect known as multipaction. Multipaction is

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Why 50 ohms?

A common concern for radio frequency design engineers is providing sufficient margin in a module or system to survive the real-world application in which their work will eventually operate. Our engineering team is constantly dealing with the trade-offs of meeting the myriad of customer specifications while ensuring that our designs are robust enough to survive

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