This year at IMS 2019, Corry Micronics shared the industry’s first true broadband (2 – 18 GHz) high-power switch with speeds of 50 nanoseconds and a small form factor for increased design flexibility. Corry Micronics’s Todd Peterman talks us through the innovative switch design in this 1 minute video.
Don Pavlek, President of Corry Micronics, discusses design considerations for high power RF switches. Watch this video to learn more about peak power, the impact of switching speeds, how the switch is packaged, and much more.
Corry Micronics Director of Sales, CJ McBride highlights our newly developed incredibly lightweight microwave bandpass filters at IMS 2016 trade show. Watch the video to learn more about how it works, and what it can mean for your next application with challenging weight restrictions.
In this video, Jim Price, VP of engineering with Corry Micronics, discusses the considerations design engineers should consider when selecting and/or designing a filter, as well as how to use filters to combine different RF bands onto a common channel commonly known as diplexing signals when combining two separate frequencies and multiplexing when combining more than two frequencies in an effort to save on cabling and/or the number of antennas in the system.
Bob Meilleur with Corry Micronics gives us a glimpse into some exciting new product developments that his company has developed recently. These include power dividers, RF switches, bi-directional couplers, cavity bandpass filters, and dielectric resonator filters.
Corry Micronics’ president Don Pavlek took some time out during a busy day two of the IMS exhibition to show us a new RF switch matrix with a 5µs switching speed. Watch the video for information on its features and specifications to see if it might be a fit for your next switching application.
Corry Micronics’ 3 channel, LOW PIM attenuator covers the 400 to 3000 MHz frequency range and has been specifically designed for major mobile access carriers who are attempting to measure or monitor passive intermodulation distortion/interference in communications systems.