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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Mini Circuits - RF and Microwave Components

Design, manufacturing, and distribution of RF, IF, and microwave components covering the DC to 20GHz band. A leader in RF signal processing products.

Mini Circuits - RF and Microwave Components

Used in commercial, industrial, space, and military, including: WiMax, CATV, Cellular Wireless, RFID, Medical Equipment, Test Equipment, Receivers, Transmitters and Satellite applications.

Mini-Circuits SSG-6400HS Signal Generator

Mini-Circuits SSG-6400HS Signal Generator

The newest model in Mini-Circuit’s SSG signal generator family reaches a whole new level of testing and design potential. The SSG-6400HS can produce signals with frequencies as low as 250 kHz and as high as 6400 MHz with a frequency resolution finer than 0.01 Hz. It also offers AM, PM, FM, and pulse modulation capabilities.

Housed in a compact and rugged metal housing that measures 11” x 8.5” x 2.15”, the generator comes with a power adapter and both a USB and an RJ45 network cable, either of which can be used to control the unit. Simply install the user-friendly GUI software from the included CD and you can immediately begin using the generator.

Mini-Circuits
13 Neptune Ave Brooklyn, NY 11235, USA.

Solid State Optronics - Special SSR Devices

SSO  founded in 1982 by Zag Kadah develops unique products in the form of solid state technology devices. SSO was the first company to offer a solid state relay with over-current protection in an ultra-miniature 4 pin SOP package - .ssousa.com

Solid State Optronics - Special SSR Devices

Products include MOS Output SSRs ,  SCR Output SSRs (Solid State Relays), Multifunction Telecom Switches, Triac Drivers and many types of Optocouplers.

Solid State Optronics - Special SSR Devices

How does a telephone line work?

"There are several different states that the phone line can be in, depending upon what the phone is doing, and what the phone company is doing to the phone. The central office (or nearby equivalent) applies various DC and AC voltages to the two-wire phone loop (labeled "tip" and "ring") during these various stages of call progress. In the idle state, the telephone company central office applies -48(±6) Vdc...."

Solid State Optronics
2 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95113, USA.