Articles

Apr 19, 2011

Renaissance Electronics Corporation is proud to be celebrating our 20th year anniversary in the RF and Microwave Industry. We have continuously had high standards and maintained forward thinking, in the design, manufacture and delivery of RF and Microwave Products, since 1991. Our vision to be the preferred supplier of all frequency products is becoming a […]

Jan 12, 2011

Renaissance Electronics Corporation’s System Group has designed a dual 48 x 4 switch matrix for ATE applications that can cover from 700 MHz (LTE) to 6 GHz (Wi-Fi) frequencies. Using high reliability solid state switches, the switching speed is on the order of nanoseconds helping test handsets and other portable communication devices with minimum delay […]

Jan 12, 2011

The HRAD6.5-005 Power Amplifier /Upconverter covers the frequency range from 5.5 to 7.0 GHz and is usable to 7.2 GHz. MMIC technology is used to achieve high reliability and repeatability. An output level of 3.5W saturated has been achieved. The SSG is 40 dB at 6.5 GHz. Multiple devices buffered by ferrite junctions used to […]

Oct 10, 2010

Renaissance Electronics Corporation/HXI is pleased to showcase the HHPAV-362 Power Amplifier it covers the frequency range from 59 to 61 GHz and is usable to 65 GHz. MMIC technology is employed for high reliability and repeatability. The amplifier can be used in transmitters for communication and radar systems and also as part of test equipment […]

Oct 10, 2010

Renaissance Electronics Corporation has designed specifically for WiMAX Base station, Model #15C2NX it is the RF interface DAS panel that duplexes the BTS port for Rx/UL and Tx/DL channels with the help of a circulator. The power levels on the UL and DL can be adjusted by the use of fixed and manual rotary attenuators. […]

Oct 10, 2010

Renaissance Electronics has designed an in-band duplexer for LTE cell site applications. In a very compact footprint of 4.75” x 3.15”, the duplexer provides 30 dB of rejection between the Tx and Rx. The insertion loss is less than 1 dB which is one of the critical specifications for optimum transmit and receive performance of […]

Aug 6, 2010

What is the best wireless transport option for uncompressed HDTV video? Unlicensed, Wireless, Transport SMPTE292M, Video using V-Band MMW Go to www.rec-usa.com to download a copy today.