Neues Webinar "Triangulation with SignalHawk"

Bird Webinar

Upcoming Webinar: Spectrum Analyzer Basics | Bird SignalHawk
Friday, June 26th, 2020 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CEST

Join Bird as we discuss defeating RF Interference with Bird SignalHawk AOA. What is AOA? Angle of Arrival, a feature providing the ability to triangulate the location of an interferer on a map for signals between 9kHz and 6GHz. Let us walk you through how it works, what you need to know and what equipment you need to be successful.

Spectrum Analyzers are very useful tools for RF component testing, broadcast monitoring and RF troubleshooting, add in triangulation and you now have the ability to go into remote locations to accurately pinpoint the signal origination.

Stop unwanted, accidental or prohibited inference today!

• What is Angle of Arrival?
• What are the applications of AoA?
• How does it work?
• What equipment is required?
• How do we do it?

Registration is open: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1579493940978341647

Previous Webinar Recordings can be viewed at ⇒https://birdrf.com/Resources/Webinars.aspx


L-Band-Verstärker bis 850W gepulst

Polyfet TB277C_LY2542LR

The LY2542LR is the latest transistor released from Polyfet RF Devices’ new 50VDC family of push-pull LDMOS transistors. The LY2542LR is an internally matched, discrete transistor in a push-pull package designed to operate across 1.2-1.4GHz. When operated at 50VDC, with a 300uS pulse width, and 12% duty cycle the LY2542LR delivers a minimum of 850W P1dB (925W Psat) of power across this band.

Its drain breakdown voltage rating of min 120VDC allows for reliable drain voltage operation of up to 50VDC. The LY2542LR has been tested and characterized in the Polyfet, 1.2-1.4GHz evaluation amplifier called TB277C (pictured above). A datapackage can be downloaded here: ⇒TB277C


Leistungssensoren bis 44GHz (50GHz)


The Ladybug LB5944A power sensor is a high accuracy, platform independent RF & Microwave Power Sensor for general purpose average power or True RMS and scalar measurements. The sensor features exceptionally fast measurement speed, a broad dynamic range, and the widest set of options for programmatic and embedded applications in the industry. LadyBug’s feature rich Power Meter Application is provided with each sensor. Time domain trace visibility is included and aids in setting markers. The sensor is useful in research & development, manufacturing & service applications including radar, satellite and telecommunications.

Recommended for average power measurements on signals with any modulation type including: 802.11ac, gsm, cdma 2000, CDMA (IS-95), TDMA, Multi-Tone, OFDM, CW, QAM and more. The model LB5944L extends down to 9kHz and enables the sensor for many EMC standards.

Details can be found ⇒here

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