u-blox takes continuous lane accurate positioning to challenging urban environments

u-blox takes continuous lane accurate positioning to challenging urban environments

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The ZED‑F9K GNSS and dead reckoning module improves positioning performance tenfold over standard precision technology.  

Thalwil, Switzerland – May 2, 2019 – u‑blox (SIX:UBXN), a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, has announced the u‑blox ZED‑F9K high precision multi‑band GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) module with built‑in inertial sensors. The module combines the latest generation of GNSS receiver technology, signal processing algorithms, and correction services to deliver down to decimeter‑level accuracy within seconds, addressing the evolving needs of ADAS (Advanced Driver‑Assistance Systems) and automated driving markets.

The ZED‑F9K high precision dead reckoning module builds on the u‑blox F9 technology platform. Compatibility with modern GNSS correction services further improves positioning accuracy by compensating ionospheric and other errors. The multi‑band, multi‑constellation RTK (Real Time Kinematics) receiver module receives GNSS signals from all orbiting GNSS constellations. A greater number of visible satellites improves positioning performance in partially obstructed conditions, while increased satellite signal diversity delivers faster convergence times when signals are interrupted.

Inertial sensors integrated into the module constantly monitor changes in the moving vehicle’s trajectory and continue to deliver lane accurate positioning when satellite signals are partially or completely obstructed as is the case when the vehicle is in parking garages, tunnels, urban canyons, or forested areas. When satellite signals become available again, the module combines inertial sensor data with GNSS signals to deliver fast convergence times and high availability of the decimeter‑level solution.

The result of this combination of the latest developments in GNSS technology, correction services, and inertial sensing is a tenfold increase in positioning performance over standard precision solutions.

By robustly providing lane accurate position information, the ZED‑F9K meets the needs of ADAS and autonomous driving applications, as well as head units and advanced navigation systems. The module’s accuracy and low latency also makes it ideal for automotive OEMs and Tier 1s developing V2X (Vehicle‑to‑everything) communication systems. By continuously sharing their location with other traffic participants, these V2X systems contribute to increasing overall road safety and reducing traffic congestion.

“We designed the ZED‑F9K to be a turnkey high precision GNSS solution that caters to the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s connected cars,” says Alex Ngi, Product Manager, Product Strategy for Dead Reckoning, u‑blox. “The ZED‑F9K is unique in that it integrates a multitude of technologies, from the GNSS receiver to the inertial measurement unit and relevant dead reckoning algorithms into a single device for which we can ensure performance throughout the customer product development cycle.”

Samples will be available upon request by July 2019.

About u‑blox

u‑blox (SIX:UBXN) is a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies for the automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Their solutions let people, vehicles, and machines determine their precise position and communicate wirelessly over cellular and short range networks. With a broad portfolio of chips, modules, and a growing ecosystem of product supporting data services, u‑blox is uniquely positioned to empower its customers to develop innovative solutions for the Internet of Things, quickly and cost‑effectively. With headquarters in Thalwil, Switzerland, the company is globally present with offices in Europe, Asia, and the USA.

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High precision positioning

High precision positioning

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Achieving centimeter-level accuracy by combining RTK technology and u-blox GNSS expertise.

High precision positioning can be achieved by combining Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), such as GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou, with Real Time Kinematics (RTK) technology. RTK is a technique that uses the receiver’s measurements of the phase of the satellite signal’s carrier wave. These measurements combined with corrections from a local or virtual base station allow the receiver to solve carrier ambiguities and provide centimeter level accurate position information to the end user, typically a moving device referred to as the rover.

The demand for scalable high precision technology is growing rapidly, as evident in the automotive world with next generation HUD and V2X applications, and in robotics with applications such as UAVs and robotic lawnmowers.

However, due to the complexity, size, power, and cost restrictions, existing high precision solutions have been unable to meet the demands of these markets.

Building on the success of our NEO M8P high precision GNSS module series and drawing on our extensive experience in GNSS positioning technologies, including dead reckoning, multi‑band, Real Time Kinematics, and GNSS correction services, we’ve created the u‑blox F9 platform. The platform delivers the next level of scalable GNSS high precision technology, which will pave the path for new navigation applications such as augmented reality and unmanned vehicle navigation.

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ZED-F9K module

High precision dead reckoning with integrated IMU sensors

Continuous lane accurate positioning under the most challenging conditions

  • Decimeter level accuracy for automotive mass markets
  • Ideal for ADAS, V2X and head‑up displays
  • Turnkey multi‑band RTK solution with built‑in inertial sensors
  • Low latency position update rate of up to 30 Hz

The ZED-F9K module with the u-blox F9 multi-band GNSS receiver features rapid convergence time within seconds. This mass-market component provides decimeter-level positioning with high availability, while making use of all four GNSS constellations simultaneously. It is the first dead reckoning module with an integrated Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) capable of high precision positioning. The sophisticated built-in algorithms fuse the IMU data, GNSS measurements, wheel ticks, and vehicle dynamics model to provide lane accurate positioning where GNSS alone would fail. The module operates under open-sky motorways, in the wooded countryside, in difficult urban environments, and even in tunnels and underground parking. In modern automotive applications, such as Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) where availability can improve the safety of our roads, ZED-F9K is the ultimate solution. The device is a turnkey solution eliminating the technical risk of integrating third party libraries, precise positioning engines, and the multi-faceted hardware engineering aspects of radio frequency design and digital design. The u-blox approach provides a transparent evaluation of the positioning solution and provides clear lines of responsibility for design support, while reducing supply chain complexity during production. ZED-F9K is ideal for innovative automotive architecture designs with limited space and power. The module provides accurate location services to the increasing number of intelligent Electronic Control Units (ECU), such as telematics control units, navigation systems, infotainment, and V2x safety systems. The module reaches a high navigation output rate of up to 30 Hz. The on-board processor augments fused GNSS position with additional IMU-based position estimates. Drivers experience responsive, lag-free user interfaces. ZED-F9K can output raw IMU and raw GNSS data for advanced applications. ZED-F9K modules are manufactured in ISO/TS 16949 certified sites and are fully tested on a system level. Qualification tests are performed as stipulated in the ISO 16750 standard: “Road vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment”.

Updates on Millimeter-wave 5G

Updates on Millimeter-wave 5G (Part 2)

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Many countries have yet to release, or license, mm-Wave spectrum for service providers to use or lease. The US, via the FCC, just auctioned seven 100 MHz blocks of spectrum in the FCC Auction 102. This mm-Wave spectrum covers the lower and upper 24 GHz spectrum, between 24.25 GHz and 24.45 GHz, and 24.75 GHz and 25.25 GHz. 2904 out of 2909 licenses were won, establishing what is commonly deemed as a success of the second high-band auction [1, 2]. FCC Auction 101, the first high-band auction, licensed spectrum in the 28 GHz range, and where only available for a portion of the country. The 20 GHz mm-Wave may be the most likely spectrum for 5G to start, at it appears that there is more action around the globe toward enabling the 20 GHz spectrum for commercial use.

However, there are currently some early “5G” services purely for Fixed Wireless Access that operate other areas of the mm-Wave spectrum. For example, internet provider Starry, uses frequency bands between 37 GHz and 40 GHz to provide their service, which reportedly has a capacity of 5 Gbps and a coverage radius of 2km. This type of internet service is not traditional cellular service from a base station to a mobile device, but instead a last-mile internet connectivity and service that delivers internet to fixed customer transceivers placed on buildings.

Early 5G build outs and tests all appear to be sub-6 GHz (mid-band) or low-band (sub-1 GHz), with only hints that some wireless operators may use mm-Wave spectrum alongside sub-6 GHz in select urban areas in the future. For example, Verizon’s early 5G deployments in Minneapolis and Chicago only offer sub-6 GHz 5G, and though impressive, are only suggested to reach average speeds to 450 Mbps. There also appear to be substantial service issues with Verizon’s 5G, where service is spotty and far from full, or even adequate, and coverage [3].

One of the big hurdles of implementing mm-Wave 5G user equipment (UE) mobile services is impacted by both the challenge of deploying and implementing multitudes of multi-element mm-Wave antennas, as well as implementing complementary hardware in a handset. There are early modems and beamforming/MIMO SoCs that are designed to enable more compact and cost effective multi-element antenna arrays, commonly considered necessary to provide mobile 5G service. For the most part, these radio devices have only recently entered the market, or are just now being evaluated by select manufacturing partners.

Though mm-Wave 5G is still nebulous, there are some certainties. Wireless operators will want to recoup their investments in mm-Wave spectrum by deploying some variety of mm-Wave 5G. Moreover, it is likely that as the data revolution continues, more areas and Telco’s will invest in building out higher performance core and backhaul networks to service higher demand RANs. Lastly, there will likely be a substantial amount of real-world testing before Telco’s move toward deploying mm-Wave 5G given the variety of novel scenarios and factors mm-Wave 5G presents compared to sub-6 GHz wireless services.


  1. https://www.fcc.gov/5G
  2. https://auctiondata.fcc.gov/public/projects/auction102
  3. https://www.tomsguide.com/us/verizon-5g-pros-and-cons,news-29828.html


QPL9098 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

QPL9098 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

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The QPL9098 is an ultra-low noise gain block amplifier that operates from 4 to 6 GHz. At 5.5 GHz, the amplifier provides a gain of 19 dB, OIP3 of 32 dBm and a noise figure of 1.3 dB while drawing 68 mA current from a 4.2 V supply. The LNA integrates a bypass path and is internally matched to 50 ohms. It requires only four external components for operation from a single positive supply: an external RF choke and blocking/bypass capacitors. The QPL9098 is available in a 2 x 2 mm DFN package and is ideal for TDD or FDD systems, repeaters, base-station receivers and tower mount amplifier applications. This amplifier uses a high performance E-pHEMT process.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPL9098
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : Low Noise Gain Block Amplifier from 4 to 6 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Low Noise Amplifier
    • Configuration : IC/MMIC/SMT
    • Industry Application : Cellular, Wireless Infrastructure
    • Frequency : 4 to 6 GHz
    • Gain : 17.5 to 22.5 dB
    • Noise Figure : 1.3 to 1.8 dB
    • Output Power : 0.039 W
    • P1dB : 14 to 16 dBm
    • P1dB : 0.025 to 0.0139 W
    • IP3 : 32 dBm(LNA Mode), 40 dBm Bypass Mode
    • Pulsed/CW : CW
    • Supply Voltage : 3 to 2.25 V
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Package : 8 Pin DFN
    • Dimensions : 2 x 2 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 105 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -65 to 150 Degrees C
Bluetooth Low Energy gaming accessory provides "world first" wireless charging solution for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers

Bluetooth Low Energy gaming accessory provides “world first” wireless charging solution for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers

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Powercast’s Wireless Charging Grips employ Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC to connect to proprietary wireless transmitter via Bluetooth LE for contactless recharging

Oslo, Norway – April 25, 2019 – Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Powercast, a Pittsburgh, PA-based RF energy harvesting and wireless power technology company, has selected Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide the core processing power and wireless connectivity for its ‘Wireless Charging Grips’. The accessory lets Nintendo Switch gamers snap their Joy-Con controllers into it for easy handling, and the embedded wireless charging capability eliminates the need to dock or plug-in their Joy-Con controllers for charging.

According to Powercast, the Wireless Charging Grips are the world’s first genuinely wireless rechargeable consumer gaming product. The grips employ Powercast’s Powerharvester® receiver to harness power sent over the air by Powercast’s PowerSpot® radio frequency (RF) wireless power transmitter. When placed into the Wireless Charging Grips, the Joy-Con controllers connect to the battery embedded in the grips and automatically recharge their internal battery as required. When the user has finished gaming, they simply set the grips down in front of the PowerSpot transmitter to automatically recharge the battery within.

The Wireless Charging Grips contain Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC, which connects and communicates wirelessly via Bluetooth LE with the on-board Nordic nRF51422 SoC in the PowerSpot transmitter. If the battery in the Wireless Charging Grips begins to run low and the grips are within range (up to 60 cm) of the wireless transmitter, the nRF52832 SoC wirelessly connects with the nRF51422 SoC to request power from the transmitter. Once verified, the PowerSpot transmitter turns on and delivers the contactless wireless power to the grips. The nRF51422 SoC also wirelessly monitors the battery status of connected devices and enables the user to employ a Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphone or tablet to remotely monitor device charge levels and set timers for the transmitter to charge devices via Powercast’s iOS or Android companion app.

The Wireless Charging Grips employ an embedded 320mAh Li-ion battery, which in turn charges the batteries in the Joy-Con controllers. The grips also act as a backup battery pack, keeping the Joy-Con batteries topped off when out of the transmitter’s range for about 38 hours of gameplay on one charge, thanks in part to the ultra low power characteristics of the Nordic SoC. The nRF52832 has been engineered to minimize power consumption with features such as the 2.4GHz radio’s 5.5mA peak RX/TX currents and a fully-automatic power management system that reduces power consumption by up to 80 percent compared with Nordic’s nRF51 Series SoCs.

The nRF52832 SoC offered excellent options to reduce power consumption via sleep modes and the enabling and disabling of included peripherals as necessary.  – Eric Biel, Powercast

Nordic’s nRF52832 multiprotocol SoC combines a 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT™, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol software) featuring -96-dB RX sensitivity, with 512kB Flash memory and 64kB RAM. The nRF52832 is supplied with Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 5-certifed RF software protocol stack for building advanced Bluetooth LE applications. Nordic’s unique software architecture provides a clear separation between the RF protocol software and Powercast’s application code, simplifying the development and testing process and ensuring the SoftDevice doesn’t become corrupted when developing, compiling, testing, and verifying application code. The S132 SoftDevice features Central, Peripheral, Broadcaster and Observer Bluetooth LE roles, supports up to twenty connections, and enables concurrent role operation.

“We were concerned with power consumption and we wanted to maximize battery life for the gamer,” says Eric Biel, Principal Engineer at Powercast. “The nRF52832 SoC offered excellent options to reduce power consumption via sleep modes and the enabling and disabling of included peripherals as necessary.

“However, we knew we would need a Bluetooth LE radio as well, which led us to the Nordic SoC as a ‘no-brainer’. We could use the nRF52832 SoC as a single-chip solution for all of the basic processing as well as the Bluetooth LE tasks, while still hitting our power consumption targets.

“In addition, Powercast historically has a strong working relationship with Nordic and we appreciate the excellent support provided by Nordic’s DevZone, the great documentation on all of the company’s products, and the overall quality of its Bluetooth LE solutions.”

MA1509 Synergy 9-in-1 GNSS, 4*LTE & 4*Wi-Fi

Taoglas MA1509 Synergy 9-in-1 GNSS, 4*LTE and 4*Wi-Fi

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  • 4 x 2G/3G/4G MIMO Antenna
  • (698~960MHz, 1710~2170MHz,2300~2700MHz )
  • 4 x Wi-Fi 2.4GHz/5GHz MIMO Antenna
  • 1 x GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou Antenna
  • (1561/1575.42/1602MHz )
  • Front End GNSS SAW Filter
  • IP67 Rated Waterproof
  • High Efficiency / Peak Gain Outdoor Antenna
  • SMA (M) connector ( Fakra optional )
  • Cable: 300mm RG-316 / RG-174
  • Connectors: SMA(M) / RP-SMA(M)
  • RoHS Compliant

The Taoglas Synergy MA1509 is a 9-in-1 next generation permanent mount antenna for vehicle roof applications. It has a fully IP67 rated waterproof robust ABS enclosure and base. The 9 antennas inside support frequency bands in LTE (2G/3G/4G), GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou, Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G). This outstanding patent pending antenna delivers powerful MIMO antenna technology for LTE, Wi-Fi 2.4/5.8GHz 802.11n and the emerging 802.11ac, and an optimized GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou patch antenna for location. The LTE antennas also include backward compatibility to work at most worldwide 2G and 3G bands.

Typical Applications:
– Next Generation OEM Automotive Connectivity
– Multimedia, Navigation and Telematics Systems
– V2V, V2X and Fleet Management Applications
– Real-time HD Video Streaming
– First Net Responder Routers

The MA1509 is ideal for applications that require highly sophisticated antennas for real time streaming applications that demand high speed video uplink and downlink into the cabin of the vehicle. These challenges are resolved by the highly efficient, high gain MIMO antennas, with high isolation, all of which is necessary to achieve the required signal to noise ratio and throughput.

The MA1509 can also be customized for your particular wireless application and frequency band, subject to NRE and MOQ. There are 8x 300mm RG-316 cables, terminating in SMA(M) connectors for LTE MIMO 4X4, and RP SMA(M) for Wi-Fi MIMO 4X4. There is a 300mm RG-174 cable for GNSS terminating in an SMA(M) connector.

All cable lengths and connector types are customizable. The Synergy MA1509 can be supplied with low loss CFD-200 cable extensions for longer cable runs. Contact your regional Taoglas customer services team for details and support.

API Weinschel’s 4209 Programmable Attenuators for 5G

API Weinschel’s 4209 Series of Solid-State Programmable Attenuators operate up to 43.5 GHz frequency range and are available in 31.5 and 63 dB attenuation ranges with 0.5 dB step resolution. These units can be controlled using parallel (TTL compatible), I2C, SPI, UART, or USB interfaces.


  • Excellent solid-state repeatability and performance
  • Uninterrupted RF when changing attenuation values
  • Extremely fast attenuation switching and very fine attenuation step resolution
  • Industry leading RF performance
  • Extremely low Insertion Loss and VSWR
  • Solid state design ensures long term reliability
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Vault-grade Bluetooth LE- and USB-based wallet ensures cryptocurrency is protected from malicious attack

Vault-grade Bluetooth LE- and USB-based wallet ensures cryptocurrency is protected from malicious attack

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The SecuX V20 wallet employs Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC to provide secure wireless connectivity for crypto asset transaction via host smartphone, tablet, or PC

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that SecuX Technology, Inc., a Taiwan-based blockchain security company, has specified Nordic’s nRF52840 Bluetooth® 5/Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) advanced multiprotocol System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide the wireless connectivity for its ‘SecuX V20’, a hardware-based ‘wallet’ for protecting the private ‘keys’ and PIN codes users require to securely perform cryptocurrency transactions.

Cryptocurrency investors transact via an online exchange using private keys and PINs for security—stored in software-based wallets—that offer convenience but are susceptible to malicious attack. With the SecuX V20, a user’s keys are stored and isolated in the device’s ‘vault-grade’ CC EAL5+ (Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level) certified secure element chip. When the user wishes to perform a trade, the SecuX V20 can be paired to a Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphone, tablet, or PC using Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity provided by the nRF52840 SoC, or alternatively via USB cable.

Once connected to the host device, the web- (Windows, MacOS, Linux, Chrome OS and Android) and iOS-based SecuX app enables the user to access the blockchain to send and receive crypto assets, as well as check their account balance. The device supports current major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, and ERC-20 Tokens.

Nordic’s software development kit provided us with easy-to-use tools and many reference designs that helped us easily and rapidly develop the product – James Huang, SecuX Technology, Inc.

The SecuX V20 features a 2.8 inch color touchscreen display, enabling the user to not only check their account balance, but also receive visual confirmation that the device is correctly connected to the intended host smartphone, tablet, or PC, avoiding the possibility of a man-in-the-middle or malware attack. It employs a 600mAh Li-Poly battery, providing up to seven hours operation between recharge, thanks in part to the ultra low power capabilities of the nRF52840 SoC.

Nordic’s nRF52840 multiprotocol SoC is Nordic’s most advanced ultra low power wireless solution. The SoC supports complex Bluetooth LE and other low-power wireless applications that were previously not possible with a single-chip solution. The nRF52840 is Bluetooth 5-, Thread 1.1-, and Zigbee PRO (R21) and Green Power proxy specification-certified and its Dynamic Multiprotocol feature uniquely supports concurrent wireless connectivity of the protocols. The SoC combines a 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT™, Thread, Zigbee, IEEE 802.15.4, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol software) with 1MB Flash memory and 256kB RAM. A new radio architecture with on-chip PA provides features -95dBm RX sensitivity (at 1Mbps Bluetooth LE), a maximum output power of 8dBm, and a total link budget of 103dBm. The chip supports all the features of Bluetooth 5 (including 4x the range or 2x the raw data bandwidth (2Mbps)) compared with Bluetooth 4.2. The Nordic SoC incorporates an Arm TrustZone CryptoCell-310 cryptographic module and AES 128-bit hardware accelerator. These features support a wide range of asymmetric, symmetric, and hashing cryptographic services for secure applications, and significantly improve the encryption and decryption performance of the SecuX V20.

The SoC is supplied with Nordic’s S140 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 5-certified software protocol stack for building long range and high data Bluetooth LE applications. The S140 SoftDevice offers concurrent Central, Peripheral, Broadcaster, and Observer Bluetooth LE roles, and supports high throughput and long range modes as well as advertising extensions. OpenThread and Zigbee stacks are available through Nordic’s nRF5 SDK for Thread and Zigbee.

“We selected Nordic nRF52840 SoC for the capability of the Arm processor, and the large memory capacity which enables it to support more than 400 accounts for multiple cryptocurriences for heavy users,” says James Huang, Marketing Director, SecuX Technology, Inc. “Furthermore, Nordic’s software development kit provided us with easy-to-use tools and many reference designs that helped us easily and rapidly develop the product.”

Skew Matched Cable Pairs

Pasternack Expands Line of Skew Matched Cable Pairs to Include 40 GHz and 67 GHz Models with Delay Match as Low as 1 ps

Courtesy of Pasternack Expands Line of Skew Matched Cable Pairs to Include 40 GHz and 67 GHz Models with Delay Match as Low as 1 ps

Extended Line of Skew Matched Cable Pairs Ideal for High-Speed Networking and Supercomputing

IRVINE, Calif. (April 26, 2019) – Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand and a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has extended its skew matched cable pair product line to include 40 GHz and 67 GHz models that are ideal for high-data-rate digital systems development.

Pasternack’s expanded product line is made up of seven skew matched cables offered in 40 GHz and 67 GHz versions, three original models and four newly released. These delay matched cables feature polarity indicators for matched cable ends and are available with 2.92mm or 1.85mm connectors. Performance specs include delay match as low as 1 ps and VSWR of 1.4:1. These cable pairs are also flexible, 100% tested for skew match and are all available for same-day shipping.

“Adding additional models to our already impressive line of skew matched cable pairs gives our customers more in-stock, extremely flexible options that deliver optimal delay match to decrease measurement errors created by skew,” said Steve Ellis, Product Manager.

Pasternack’s extended line of skew matched cable pairs are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity.

For detailed information on these products, please visit https://www.pasternack.com/pages/rf-microwave-and-millimeter-wave-products/40-ghz-skew-matched-cable-pairs.html?

For inquiries, Pasternack can be contacted at +1-949-261-1920.

About Pasternack:

A leader in RF products since 1972, Pasternack is an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer and supplier offering the industry’s largest selection of active and passive RF, microwave and millimeter wave products available for same-day shipping. Pasternack is an Infinite Electronics brand.

About Infinite Electronics:

Infinite Electronics is a leading global supplier of electronic components serving the urgent needs of engineers through a family of highly recognized and trusted brands. Our portfolio brands are specialists within their respective product set, offering broad inventories of engineering-grade product, paired with expert technical support and same-day shipping. Over 100,000 customers across a diverse set of markets rely upon Infinite Electronics to stock and reliably ship urgently needed products every day.

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Multi-Function Microwave Integrated Assemblies from BSC

Multi-Function Microwave Integrated Assemblies from BSC

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BSC, a world leading filter design and manufacturing company, offer highly integrated multifunction assemblies, in a multitude of packaging and control options. Advanced functionality can be offered to realise significant capability in a single unit designed to interface seamlessly with specific unique system configurations.  Microwave capability from IF to mmW, active, passive, analogue and digital functionality can be combined in an innovative approach providing a world leading performance advantage in a single module, from a world class manufacturer.