18 – 40 GHz Millimeter-Wave Coupler: 765-10-29.000
MECA introduces the 765-10-29.000 5G millimeter-wave directional coupler for applications operating in the 18 to 40 GHz frequency range. Available with a coupling value of 10 dB, this coupler has an insertion loss of 1.3 dB and directivity of over 12 dB. It can handle an average power of up to 20 watts and has a VSWR of 1.80:1. The 765-10-29.000 is available in a module with 2.92 mm female connectors.
5 GHz WLAN Front-End Module: SKY85726-11
The SKY85726-11 is a 5 GHz WLAN Front-End Module (FEM) that is highly integrated and ideal for 802.11ax networking and personal computing systems, PC cards, PCMCIA cards, mini-cards, half mini-cards, and WLAN-enabled wireless video systems.
FDA Registered Detergents From Alconox Inc.
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5000 Watts CW, 10 kHz – 225 MHz RF Power Amplifier: 5000A225B
The Model 5000A225B is a solid-state, self-contained, broadband amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required. The amplifier is air-cooled using internal self-contained liquid cooling for high performance and reliability. The model features 5000 Watts CW when used with a sweep generator and operates within the 10 kHz – 225 MHz frequency range.
Band 25 Downlink BAW Filter: QPQ1295
Qorvo offers the new QPQ1295 high-performance BAW filter specifically designed for Band 25 downlink. Features include low insertion loss, high attenuation, a 65 MHz bandwidth, and Pb-free, RoHS compliance.
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Jerry’s Foods Excels With Scale Computing’s In-Store Edge Computing Infrastructure
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InfoWorks ICM A “Must-Have” For Municipalities And Consultants
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Waste treatment, ground water remediation and food processing are some of the areas that heavily rely on oxidation systems. Ozone generators, hydrogen peroxide and potassium permanganate are some of the oxidation systems that are important in different oxidation processes. The acquisition of these oxidation systems can be easily done through specialized dealers. It is advantageous to deal through these dealers since they have vast knowledge of what are essential for different processes. Some of these dealers design sell and in certain instances lease these systems. Their experience with advanced oxidation systems, ozone and potassium permanganate makes them the best people to use when such and related concerns arise.
There is no doubt about the transformation that the chemical oxidation technologies have taken. Specialists in the oxidation field work hand in hand with the interested parties in solving all their oxidation related needs. This sequential process begins with the selection of the appropriate oxidation need. Once a technology is selected, they work with the client step by step in designing the system that is suited to one’s application. Other than the identification and assembly, they will provide assembly and maintenance services.
There are certain elements of oxidation systems that one should always know when dealing with these systems. Injection trailers, metering systems and pilot testing systems are some of the things that might be relevant for different oxidation system types and scales. For instance, one involved in ozone oxidation need to be familiar with ozone generators and ozone pilot testing systems.
Like any other process, oxidation need ought to be measured by considering the aspects of benefits and cost. This calls for meticulous review of the energy and chemical costs as well as the by-products. Many tend to forget about the by-products during the initial planning phase until when they have to disinfect them.