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Hi-Rel Relay Switches

Hi-Rel Relay Switches Rated up to 5M Lifecycles Fairview Microwave, Inc. has released a new line of electromechanical relay switches that improve system capabilities and simplify design with a solderless, reliable connection able to withstand the elements, shock and vibration. Typical applications include Hi-Rel electronics, commercial aviation, military communications, broadcast systems, medical equipment, Satcom, test and instrumentation. Fairview’s new line of electromechanical relay switches consists of 44 different 12 and 28 V designs offered in SPDT, SP3T, SP4T and SP6T configurations that support either latching, failsafe or normally open actuators with usable features such as indicators, terminations or TTL logic. They operate in frequency ranges from DC to 26.5 GHz and feature a D-SUB multi-pin connector interface for secure and reliable DC voltage and command control functions. These switches are designed to be compact and rugged, supporting N-type or SMA connectors. Typical performance includes 90 dB isolation levels and 0.15 dB insertion loss. Power handling capability is rated up to 600 watts. They are highly reliable with an operational temperature of -20 to +70 °C and a rating of up to 5M lifecycles when used in a make before break (cold switching) condition. All models in this line are RoHS and REACH compliant and guaranteed to meet MIL-STD-202 test conditions for vibration and shock. ■ Fairview Microwave, Inc. www.fairviewmicrowave. com 6LoWPAN Sub-GHz Mesh Network Radiocrafts announced a complete wireless IP mesh solution based on fully integrated RF modules. 6LoWPAN is a lightweight version of IPv6 allowing the user to access each sensor and controller from the internet using IP addressing. The radio protocol uses IEEE 802.15.4 g/e providing bi-directional communications with short transmission pulses that enables dense networks with high reliability and very low power consumption. A complete RIIoT network includes sensor nodes based on the RC1882CEF-IPM module. The module can be configured as any of the required network nodes, a border router, a mesh router or a leaf node. The new Wireless IP Mesh solution is low cost, does not require any license or subscription, and is very low power. Key features of RIIM: • 868 or 915 MHz frequency • mesh network topology • IPv6 addressing of each leaf node • supporting several hundred nodes in a network • very low power consumption, 5-year lifetime on a 2000 mAh coin cell battery • universal sensor/actuator ICI interface (no external MCU required) • up to 20 km range, Line of sight, High Power option • up to 29 mesh hops supported • Ethernet access to the RIIM network • cloud compatible via the CBOR protocol ■ Radiocrafts AS www.radiocrafts.com Fixed 1520 MHz Synthesizer Z-Communications, Inc. announced a new RoHS compliant fixed frequency phase locked loop model SFS1520C- LF operating in the L-band. The SFS1520C-LF is a plug and play PLO allowing for quick integration and designed to produce a fixed signal at 1520 MHz when utilized with an external 10 MHz reference oscillator. This simple to use PLO features a typical low phase noise performance of -100 dBc/Hz, -110 dBc/Hz, and -133 dBc/Hz at the 1 kHz, 10 kHz and 100 kHz offsets, respectively. The SFS1520C-LF is designed to deliver a nominal output power of 3 dBm while operating off a supply of 5 Vdc and drawing 28 mA and a phase locked loop voltage of 3 Vdc while drawing 10 mA. This unmatched product features a typical harmonic suppression of 20 dBc and spurious suppression of 65 dBc. It is housed in Z-COMM’s standard PLL-V12C package measuring 0.6 x 0.6 x 0.22 in. The SFS1520C-LF is also ideal for automated surface mount assembly and is available in tape and reel packaging. ■ Z-Communications, Inc. www.zcomm.com 64 hf-praxis 5/2019

RF & Wireless Version 4.0 of Comprehensive EMC test software emcware Comprehensive EMC test software including Radiated Susceptibility, Conducted Immunity and Radiated and Conducted Emissions capability. Compliant for IEC-61000-4-3 radiated immunity and IEC-61000-4-6 conducted immunity, MIL STD 461/462, RS103, CS114, RE102, CE102, Automotive standards, RTCA/DO160 Section 20 & 21 Specifications. This version includes improvements to the Equipment Management and Test Setup windows, as well as improved Equipment Driver structures. Due to the changes in the Equipment Driver Structure, this version will not uninstall a previous version of the emcware. Software Design The emcware Suite is designed to be user friendly yet extremely flexible. It is broken up into modules based on different types of EMC testing. Within each module there are predefined standards. The ability to create custom test standards is also provided. Contained within the emcware is a built-in Equipment List Manager. This tool allows for equipment to be entered one time and then accessed from within any of the modules. The Equipment List Manager also keeps track of calibration dates and can warn the user when the calibration date of a specific piece of equipment is approaching. EUT Monitoring NEW! Use custom equipment or a National Instruments DAQ card to monitor and report the status of the equipment under test (EUT). The National Instruments DAQ device can monitor Analog or Digital levels from the EUT or reset the EUT using the Digital Outputs. Custom equipment, in conjunction with dynamic link library (DLL) files, allows for complete EUT monitoring and control. Instrument control is provided through AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation’s extensive driver library. Creation of new drivers for equipment that is not currently supported is available upon request. Drivers can also be created and imported by the user in the form of dynamic link libraries (DDL) files. For a list of supported remote interfaces, see the Equipment Interface section. Signal Routing The emcware® is designed to allow the user to select between manual and automatic signal routing. Automatic signal routing is implemented using one or more AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation Model SC2000 System Controllers. User Security Levels NEW! Define equipment and test setups as a System Administrator, then change the security level to Restricted User to ensure secure testing. Extensive report generation capability is built into each module. These reports can be customized by the user. All reports are created in Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel. Help Instructions A detailed help utility is included with the emcware®. The contents of the help instructions can be searched by keyword or topic. Open the help file using the context-sensitive help buttons located throughout the user interface. The emcware is fully functional for a period of 60 days from the date of install. Registration is required to obtain a license for operation beyond 60 days. ■ AR Deutschland GmbH www.ar-deutschland.com New Millimeter Wave Noise Sources for Over-the-Air Testing of 5G Devices Noisecom introduced new models of the popular NC3600 Calibrated Noise Source product line for over-the-air testing of 5G chipsets and millimeter wave devices. These new High Excess Noise Ratio (ENR) noise sources cover frequencies up to 45 GHz providing a known source for characterizing 5G devices in the millimeter wave bands. The high ENR characteristics of the NC3600 noise sources makes them the ideal source for making measurements in applications where the test setup can have significant losses from antennas, cables, and the air, such as in test chambers and enclosures used for overthe-air testing. Typically, these tests are set up using expensive microwave and millimeter wave signal generators, but NC3600 High ENR noise sources in these frequency bands are now available at a fraction of the cost, dramatically reducing the cost of test. As chipsets for 5G devices become more highly integrated devices with embedded power amplifiers and antennas with frequencies increasing to millimeter wave bands, conducted power measurements are now physically impractical or even impossible to perform. These new multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) devices provide minimal access to physical test points making conducted measurements impossible, requiring the use of radiated or over-the-air testing techniques. The new NC3600 millimeter wave noise sources, along with the broad range of other noise sources developed by Noisecom are playing a significant role in over-the-air test systems and 5G communications. With the ability to extend beyond the traditional cable-based methods, Noisecom is demonstrating its innovation and readiness for future testing requirements in wireless communications. ■ AR Deutschland GmbH www.ar-deutschland.com hf-praxis 5/2019 65

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