Millimeter-wave (MMW) radiometers are a special class of instruments based on broadband passive receivers. They measure physical temperature, molecular absorption, or emissivity of an object, environment, or a scene under study. But the primary function of the MMW radiometer subsystem is to measure either temperature or spectral characteristics. Some of the most prominent applications of... Read more...More Product Announcements from QuinStar Technology, Inc.
5TEUTE's Series RF Rx SW914 4S 24VDC Wireless Receiver features four independent channels, each capable of receiving signals from up to ten different STEUTE 915 MHz wireless transmitters (switches and/or sensors). Each channel is equipped with a NO relay contact capable of controlling loads up to 3A at 24 VDC/250 VAC. Programmable relay action. FCC, IC and cCSAus Ce... Read more...More Product Announcements from steute
Millimeter-wave receivers as a class are an essential part of virtually every millimeter wave based subsystem, particularly radiometers, radar, and radios. However, several applications use a highly sensitive millimeter-wave receiver to achieve the ultimate primary function of the system. As an illustration, principal examples of such applications are:
- Electronic Warf...