Visit us at IMS 2018 in Copper Mountain booth #1849

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Diamond Engineering and Copper Mountain Technologies will be featuring 5G and Automotive Radar oriented displays in booth #1849 at the IMS 2018 show in Philadelphia - June 12-14 2018

Copper Mountain Technologies has now entered the 5G arena with their new FET1854 18-54 GHz Frequency extender modules for the cobalt series of VNA's, the CobaltFX line of millimeter-wave modules extend your capability to frequencies up to 110 GHz for automotive radar applications. Come see Diamond Engineering's D7000-mmW line of light duty waveguide capable positioners performing live basic RCS related measurements. Come discuss your 5G and millimeter-wave application with us to find the right solution for you.
Popular Applications Positioner mmW Features CobaltFX Features
  • Antenna Characterization up to 110 GHz
  • 5G, IoT and WiGig
  • Automtive Radar Systems
  • mmW subsystem development
  • Material Characterization
  • RCS Measurements
  • General Millimeter wave applications
  • WR-10/12/15 (V, E, W Band)
  • Waveguide Rotary Joints
  • Light weight construction
  • User Programmable
  • 1/16 degree resolution
  • Precision stepper motors
  • Configurable for Coax applications
  • 110 dB Dynamic Range
  • USB Connectivity
  • Includes Calibration Kit
  • Fast sweep times
  • COM/DCOM Libraries
  • Time Domain
Visit Copper Mountain's Website for full FET and CobaltFX details
 

Newsflash

New Item!Antenna Network & Measurement Simulator

Now offering our full feature two-port simulator with wave analysis which includes fully customizable drag-and-drop elements that enable users to create diversified simulations in frequency or time domain. Three main objects include schematic, amplitude (or Smith chart) and an array calculator.

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Other Features:
  • Analyze networks, including path-loss or phase
  • Create phased arrays or sector arrays
  • Radar Cross-Section (RCS) simulation and measurement
  • Create matching circuits for measured antennas
  • Use the antenna emulation library for ideal networks

Sample drag-and-drop elements: