In this video, Jeffrey Gibala, principal engineer for Corry Micronics, discusses what operating parameters one should consider when selecting an amplifier. He covers gain, operating frequency, output power level, efficiency, linearity, and noise level.
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Warrendale, PA – Corry Micronics has recently designed and manufactured strip line bandpass filters with a center frequency of 23GHz. Don Pavlek, President and CEO of Corry Micronics stated, “CMI had been requested by a major social media company to create an extremely light weight filter for their communication drones.” Pavlek went on to say, “Our engineering staff faced several design challenges. After many hours of design simulations and build constraints CMI was able to meet every customer specification.”
One of the most challenging specifications was that our customer requested the filter be surface mountable, pick and placed and installation would use standard off the shelf solders. Jim Price, VP of Engineering said, “We like new and difficult challenges and this was certainly one that tested our staff’s abilities.”
The filter enclosed in a gold-plated housing weighs only 0.46 grams or 0.0163 oz. The overall size is 0.5” by 0.2” by 0.115”. The small form factor and weight make it a perfect fit for all applications but especially for airborne application where weight and size are critically important.
Call Corry Micronics’ sales today with your custom filter request. Our sales group will but you directly in touch with our engineering staff. Working together we will provide you with several filtering options that will solve your problem.
Contact Micronics’ Vice President of Sales, CJ McBride at 724-940-7556 ext 138 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check our website www.cormic.com.
The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society’s 2017 International Microwave Symposium (IMS2017) will be held June 4 — 9, 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii as the centerpiece of Microwave Week 2017. IMS2017 offers technical sessions, interactive forums, plenary and panel sessions, workshops, short courses, industrial exhibits, application seminars, historical exhibits, and a wide variety of other technical and social activities including a guest program.
With over 10,000 participants and 1,000 industrial exhibits of state-of-the-art microwave products, Microwave Week is the world’s largest gathering of Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave professionals and the most important forum for the latest research advances and practices in the field.
Corry, PA- November 7, 2013 – Corry Micronics has released their filtered micro-d sub adapter product line for direct sale. Don Pavlek, President and CEO of Corry Micronics stated that the company has been manufacturing industry-standard filtered d-sub adapters for over 10 years but customer demand for filtered micro-d sub adapters has increased over the past 12 months. Pavlek stated that several of his existing customers had requested that Corry Micronics produce the filtered micro d-sub adapter product line because customers were seeing increased pricing and lead times from other suppliers.
Corry Micronics’ filtered micro d-sub adapters are constructed with machined aluminum housings and ceramic planars for “C” type circuits and with added ferrites for the “Pi” configurations. Our product entry covers pin counts from 9 to 37.
Corry Micronics is offering two styles; capacitive “C” and Pi filtering options are available with a standard capacitive range of 400 pF to 56,000 pF in the Pi configuration, and up to 28,000 pF in the “C” configuration. Custom configurations are also available with small minimum order requirements. The standard DC working voltage is 100 volts with a withstanding voltage rating of 250 VDC.
Call Corry Micronics’ sales office today to find out how other Corry Micronics’ customers have been able to significantly reduce their lead times and cost. The first shipments of filtered micro d-sub adapters are scheduled to ship by the end of the year.
Contact Micronics’ Director of Sales, CJ McBride at 724-940-7556 ext 138 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Check our website www.cormic.com or http://www.cormic.com/multiplelinefilters.html
Corry, PA- May 31, 2013 – Corry Micronics has released their Resin/Glass-Sealed Hermetic Bolt-in style Feedthru designed specifically for the industrial process management industry. The harsh environmental requirements being applied to this growing industry continues to create challenges as design engineers attempt to meet more stringent safety guidelines and keep high reliability component cost down. Corry Micronics has been designing and manufacturing EMI Filters and Feedthru components for process control equipment since 1970 and is constantly striving to provide the highest quality products for this challenging field. The Corry FTF12 Series was specifically created with hardened process management applications in mind and features the following attributes:
- Hermetically tested to exceed gross leak 1×10(-5) cc-He/SEC@1Atm
- Pressure Tested in applications to 150psi
- Case is designed to exceed flame path and explosion-proof requirements
- Ideally designed for harsh environments like those found in gas & oil refinery facilities
**Note** Unit can be modified to meet your specific requirements. Please contact sales to discuss design and pricing options
Contact Micronicsâ€™ Director of Sales, CJ McBride at 724-940-7556 ext 138 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corry, PA- December 28, 2010 – Corry Micronics has released their barrier style filtered terminal block product line for direct sale. Don Pavlek, President and CEO of Corry Micronics stated that the company has been manufacturing industry-standard filtered terminal blocks as an OEM supplier to the industry thru an exclusive arrangement but effective November 15th has been cleared to sell filtered terminal blocks directly to the end user.
Corry Micronics offers a full line of standard and custom barrier style filtered terminal blocks. Micronics’ F-36 (#6 screw size) and F-38 (#8 screw size) terminal blocks are rated to 30 and 35 amps respectively, and have become the industry standard for many telecommunications companies. Capacitive “C” and Pi filtering options are available with a standard capacitive range of 1,000pF, 2,500pF and 5,000pF in the Pi configuration, and up to 10,000 pF in the “C” configuration. The F-36 and F38 series terminal blocks are available in 2 to 6 poles. Custom configurations are also available.
Another popular telecommunications filtered terminal block is the F-7036 Series. These terminal blocks are rated to 115 amps.
Call our sales office today to find out how other customers have been able to reduce their lead times and cost by an average of 7 percent.
Contact Micronics’ Sales Account Manager, CJ McBride at 724-940-7556 ext 138 or by e-mail at email@example.com.