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dB Control Introduces dB-3201H 30-38 GHz, 125W mm-Wave MPM for Faster Tactical Communication, Enhanced Situational Awareness - Press ReleaseMay 12, 2020
Fremont, Calif. - dB Control, an international defense electronics manufacturer, introduces its sixth millimeter-wave product to its line of mmWave high-power amplifiers (HPAs).
February 14, 2018
The dB-4150 is a smart microwave power module (MPM) designed and developed by dB Control that operates in the frequency range of 6 to 18 GHz. The MPM can provide 100 watts of pulsed or continuous-wave radio-frequency (RF) output power. The RF signal path consists of a solid-state amplifier...
September 02, 2011
High Power Amplifiers (HPAs) are critical in microwave systems commonly found in Electronic Countermeasures (ECM), Electronic Warfare (EW) simulators, radar, and communications links used by the military. Unfortunately, integral Vacuum Electron Device (VED) requirements introduce hostile environments for HPAs. However, a rugged, multifunctional, microcontroller FPGA-based controller can solve this challenge.
September 25, 2009
Radar has in some form or another been in development since the early 1900s. Its applications include technologies such as Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), Electronic Counter Measures (ECM), and Electronic Warfare (EW) threat simulation. However, today's radar, EW, and satcom systems are requiring ever-more-sophisticated signal amplification technology in light of increasing threats. Our recent Q&A with Joseph Hajduk, CEO of dB Control, reveals exactly why. Edited excerpts follow.