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CHECK OUT OUR NEW PRODUCTS AT IMS 2014!
Anatech has been busy this year developing new products, expanding the capabilities of our product line, and
developing a new website.
The results will be on display at Booth 1709 at the show.
We'll be demonstrating our voltage-tuned filters for ground and airborne applications. Anatech currently offers
two standard surface-mount VTF models, the V5500 and V5505 that cover a frequency range 225 to 300 MHz. Both tune
variably by applying a control DC voltage. On/off isolation is typically 70 dB or better and spurious rejection
is at least 50 dBc. They measure 1.5 x 0.9 x 0.4 in. We also offer the AE225-400VT100 connectorized VTF covering
the full aerospace range of 225 to 400 MHz used in military airborne platforms.
New LC Product Families
We've just introduced a new line of lowpass and bandpass filters as well as diplexers, triplexers, and multiplexers
based on lumped-element (LC) technology. These new low-profile designs have operating frequencies ranging from
10 to 1700 MHz and can be customized to meet specific customer requirements.
Please contact us with your product requirements:
Call us at (973) 772-4242
Send us an e-mail by clicking here.
Technical staff will be present to answer any technical questions you might have about our products.
Please see us at booth 1709
HOT TECHOLOGIES ON TAP
FOR IMS 2014 IN TAMPA
By Sam Benzacar
It's going to be a hot time in Tampa next month in more ways than one. The RF and microwave industry may not
exactly be producing the eye-watering revenue as other sectors of the economy but there are plenty of market and
technology "hotspots" that will no doubt be evident at IMS exhibitors' product displays.
For example, the wireless industry is evolving rapidly as LTE moves toward its next incarnation as LTE-Advanced,
Wi-Fi morphs from discrete hotspots to a seamless network via HotSpot 2.0, and distributed antenna systems and
small cells increase quality of data service in places where macro cells can't reach.
In addition, the "Internet of Things" points to a future in which everything from refrigerators to pacemakers
is connected via wireless. And that's the short list. Expected to see offerings for each one in Tampa, from semiconductors
The defense market will be well represented at IMS 2014 as always, despite dire warnings and hand-wringing
over potential draconian cuts to the defense budget.
So many jobs would be lost in so many Congressional districts that the House Armed Services Committee is trying
to reinstate programs that even the Pentagon wants to cut. Some make sense (like keeping the A-10 "Wart Hog" in
service) and others don't, but whatever gets reinstated is highly likely to need RF and microwave content.
Even without these programs, there are many electronic warfare, radar, and terrestrial and satellite communications
programs that will continue to provide revenue for our industry in 2015 and far beyond.
There are also DoD-funded science and technology programs (via DARPA, NRL, and others) that provide a window
into what the future holds for defense electronic systems, as much basic and applied research ultimately funds
its ways into production.
Of course, whether the application is commercial, industrial, medical, scientific, or military, RF and microwave
filters of every kind will remain essential components to keep the increasingly onerous problem of interference
And for more than two decades, Anatech Electronics has been solving interference problems "inside the box"
and outside in base stations, on towers, and in ground, air and sea-based platforms.
Anatech Electronics has been solving interference problems in wireless systems since the first cellular systems
appeared, and we can help you solve yours today. So please give us a call at (973) 772-4242 or send us an email