November 2019 - RF Switch Matrices
What do you know about selecting an RF Switch Matrix? Our Principal Engineer, Jeff Gibala, has written a very informative paper to help you choose your next RF switch matrix. He not only covers the types and configurations, but dives into the nuances and benefits of various electrical parameters that impact your selection. Information on […]
October 2019 - Ceramic Feedthrough Filters
Your Guide to Feedthrough Filters The Corry Micronics team has developed a free guide, Ceramic Feedthrough Filters: Winning the Finite EMI Fight, that will tell you everything you need to know about feedthrough filters, including different package and circuit options available for both discoidal and tubular feedthrough filters. Our helpful guide even covers: C Circuits […]
July 2019 - Choosing Your Next Bandpass Filter
Let Us Help You Choose Your Next Bandpass Filter There are a lot of things to take into consideration when selecting the right bandpass filter: Does cost matter? Is insertion loss an important parameter? What power level will be going through the filter? What is your desired VSWR? The engineers at Corry Micronics have compiled […]
April 2019 - High Power RF Switch Selection Explained
Everything You Need to Know for the Right High Power RF Switch There are a lot of things to consider when selecting the right High Power RF Switch: What is the application? Mechanical or Electrical? At what wattage will it be required to operate? And then there are the specifics! The engineers at Corry Micronics […]
August 2018 - Operating Parameters To Consider When Choosing An Amplifier
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.
August 2018 - Considerations When Choosing An RF Power Amplifier
In this article, we’ll talk about the important operating parameters to consider when choosing an amplifier, as well as the various types of amplifiers offered by Corry Micronics. Corry Micronics provides power amplifiers that can output tens to hundreds of watts, and low-noise amplifiers with output in the hundreds of milliwatts. The amps we offer can be used with basic continuous wave signals or complex signals, like LTE or WCDMA.