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DC-70 GHz RF Cables - RF Cafe

NORTEC RF Launches New RF and Microwave Line
Serving Wireless and Military


February 11, 2013 Press Release

Nortec RF has launched its new RF and Microwave line of products serving the wireless and military needs. Some of the newly introduced products are the high power, broadband 0.7-2.7 GHz, and 0.8-2.2 GHz, 75 W mismatch tolerant power combiners. These combiners can withstand 180 degree phase mismatch and 0 to full power mismatch at the input ports.

Nortec RF Filter Insertion Loss GraphNortec also introduced the newly designed high power bandpass filter, 0.8-2.2 GHz, with maximum insertion loss of 1.0 dB in the pass band and at least 20 dB rejection up to 11 GHz.  Other new products developed by Nortec are 8W, general purpose amplifiers spanning 60-500 MHz and directional and hybrid couplers up to 3 GHz and up to 200 W power handling capability.

Links to the datasheets related to the new products are given below:

Nortec RF Combiner/Divider - RF Cafe       Nortec RF Amplifier - RF Cafe       Nortec RF Hybrid Coupler - RF Cafe       Nortec RF Directional Coupler - RF Cafe       Nortec RF Filter - RF Cafe

About Nortec
Nortec RF is a high technology company, specialized in RF and Microwave products. Nortec RF has more
than 22 years of experience designing power combiners/dividers, directional couplers, hybrid
couplers, filters, and power amplifiers. Nortec research and development group and engineering team
constantly introduces new, top of the line products into this product line. Nortec RF constantly works on
introducing new products to the market and strive to bring the best quality, high reliability to their

[borders/inc-300x250.htm]Customer satisfaction is Nortec's main goal. Nortec strives to achieve it by making sure that the products introduced to the market are thoroughly tested and evaluated during research and development phase and very rigorously tested before shipping to any of the customers. Nortec RF is located in Mount Laurel, NJ. For more information, please visit Nortec’ Web site at: www.nortec-rf.com.

Ima Sala
(856) 793-9255

About NIC

Networks International Corporation (NIC)
15237 Broadmoor
Overland Park, KS 66223
P: 913 685-3400
F: 913 685-3732

Posted  2/12/2013
Werbel Microwave (power dividers, couplers)

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