From Mini-Circuits

New Products Added

Amplifiers

  • MMIC Voltage Variable Gain Amplifier Die, -4.5 to +16.8 dB Gain Range, 50Ω
    • PVGA-123-DG+, 400 MHz to 12 GHz

Mixers

  • MMIC I/Q Mixer Die, Level 18, DC to 6 GHz IF, 50Ω
    • SMIQ-6243H-DG+, 6 GHz to 24 GHz

Multipliers

  • MMIC X3 Frequency Multiplier, +12 to +17 dBm Input Power, 4x4mm, 50Ω
    • CY3-453+, 20 GHz to 45 GHz

Switches

  • USB & Ethernet 2x SPDT Mechanical Switch Module, 2.92mm, 50Ω
    • RC-2SPDT-A40, DC to 40 GHz

Extending Power and Dynamic Range in E-Band Backhaul Test Sets

According to Ericsson’s 2022 Mobility Report, global mobile data traffic is expected to grow by a factor of 4 to 325 Exabytes total per month or 46 GB per smartphone on average by 2028, excluding Fixed Wireless Access usage.1Network operators’ ability to support this rapid growth in consumption hinges on the speed and capacity of the backhaul systems connecting base stations to the core networks.

Read more:

https://blog.minicircuits.com/extending-power-and-dynamic-range-in-e-band-backhaul-test-

Mini-Circuits Welcomes Jin Bains as Next CEO

2023 – June 13, Mini-Circuits President, Ted Heil, and Board Chair, Alicia Kaylie Yacoby announced that Jin Bains will join Mini-Circuits as CEO starting in July. Heil, who plans to step down as President, will continue in his current role through the remainder of 2023 supporting Bains during the transition. He will remain engaged on special projects and in governance and oversight indefinitely. Bains will serve as the third chief executive in Mini-Circuits’ nearly 55-year history, following founder Harvey Kaylie and Ted Heil in leading the company, which is privately held.

Together with our suppliers we are constantly working to shorten the time between order and delivery however due to current material shortage lead times for some models are still longer than usual so please take this into account when placing your order.