Renaissance Wireless Edge Newsletter - Volume 4, Issue 10  October, 2005

1) Renaissance Electronics Briefs Boston City Hall
2) Switch Follow-On Order for Space Launch Vehicle
3) New Waveguide Integrated Sub-System for UAV Application
4) Wideband Circulator Goes Into Production
5) Renaissance Electronics Employees Support Katrina Victims

 

 

1) Renaissance Electronics Briefs Boston City Hall

A technical team lead by Mr. Tom Kurian, President of Renaissance Electronics Corporation, recently briefed Boston Mayor Tom Menino’s staff on urban dead spot solutions for cellular-based communications.

The mayor recently made fixing all of Boston’s cellular coverage a top priority. Renaissance’s team gave an overview of the different possible solutions we have learned from our dealings with major cellular providers. The mayor hopes to be able to use this knowledge in order to give cellular providers a helpful budge toward the goal of highly reliable urban cell phone coverage.

This visit highlights the technical expertise that resides at Renaissance Electronics for Telecommunications engineering knowledge.

 

2) Switch Follow-On Order for Space Launch Vehicle
Boeing Company, Kent, WA has placed a follow on order for space qualified hermetically sealed multi-throw switch in support of their Sea Launch Program.

Renaissance Electronics has developed unique mechanical processes to achieve the severe requirements for space flight applications.

Renaissance participation in this space flight program further expands our ability to support high level defense and space programs.

Link: Switches

 

3) New Waveguide Integrated Sub-System for UAV Application
Renaissance waveguide group has engineered a new integrated subsystem consisting of various high power filters and ferrite circulators, monitoring couplers and loads.

This new design applies some novel techniques which result in a compact, lightweight design which has excellent broadband match conditions up through the 2nd harmonic. This subsystem will be used in a new radar system proposed for use in a lightweight UAV application for homeland defense.

Link: Waveguides

 

4) Wideband Circulator Goes Into Production
Renaissance Electronics has received its initial production order from a major U.S. prime contractor to provide flight-qualified 225 to 400 MHz circulators. These circulators will be used on USAF RC-135V/W RIVET JOINT surveillance aircraft and other similar surveillance aircraft models.

This patent-pending circulator continues to highlights Renaissance Electronics technical expertise with military components and sub-systems.

Link: Ferrites

 

5) Renaissance Electronics Employees Support Katrina Victims
Renaissance Electronics Corporation made a significant donation to the American Red Cross to help provide support for the victims of hurricane Katina. Renaissance Electronics Corporation challenged its employees by offering to match dollar-for-dollar what was given by each employee.

Supporting our local communities along with national and international organizations is a key ingredient of our Culture Value Points.

Link: American Red Cross


 

For more information about Renaissance Electronics Corporation and our diverse product line of Wireless Transceiver Products, Wireless Base Station Products, Switches, Isolators & Circulators please visit our website at www.rec-usa.com or call us at 978-772-7774.

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