Noisecom Expands Coaxial Millimeter Wave Calibrated Noise Sources To 67 GHz
Posted September 24, 2019
Parsippany, New Jersey, USA – September 24, 2019 – Noisecom, a Wireless Telecom Group Company (NYSE American:WTT), has expanded its NC3000 Series Coaxial Calibrated Noise Sources up to 67 GHz to address emerging needs and requirements of new high frequency wireless devices and systems. This product line enhancement and expansion provides the bandwidth required for receiver and radar testing up to the limits of industry standard coaxial connectors widely in use today. Giving engineers a calibrated noise generator that fits into their existing designs and test setups without having to design out components and change connectors streamlines the design and test process and shortens time to market. The use of a calibrated noise source in satellite receiver and radar testing ensures these systems can operate within their specified parameters and full capacity
"There are many existing built-in test equipment (BITE), calibration, and noise figure measurement systems that rely on coaxial connectors." said Dr. Lee McMillan, Director of Engineering. "With new, higher frequency bands being used, many designers need the ability to test that a device will function properly without redesigning an entire test bench to account for connectors typically associated with high frequency noise sources which is critical to save design time and money."
The NC3000 Series covers the frequency range from 10 MHz to 67 GHz in standard coaxial RF connectors; N type, SME, 2.92mm, 1.85mm. The expanded NC3000 Series Coaxial Calibrated Noise Sources, along with the broad range of other noise sources developed by Noisecom are playing a significant role in satellite receiver and radar calibration systems as well as millimeter wave and 5G communications. With the expansion to the maximum bandwidth allowed by the connector, Noisecom is again demonstrating its responsiveness to shifting customers’ needs and evolving design requirements from next generation wireless systems.
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