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  • MIL-STD-1275 Compliance for Power Systems made Easy
    The US Department of Defense Standard MIL-STD 1275 is an immunity standard that defines a series of test conditions to be applied to the input of a 28V electrical power system within a military vehicle. These include spikes, surges, operating voltages. MIL-STD 1275E superseded MIL-STD 1275D on 22nd
  • Environmental Standard MIL STD 810F
    We have recently completed a full environmental evaluation of one of our Military Tactical Amplifiers the KMW2030, which covers the 30 to 512 MHz band with 125 Watt output power for just 1 watt input power. These tests are extensive and time consuming, but once completed you have the assurance
  • Power Considerations for Rugged Portable Military Devices
    Rugged handheld devices such as military radios, handheld GPS, portable computers and PDAs, demand more power and have some of the toughest environmental requirements in the industry. The main document that guides these requirements is the MIL-STD-810, currently at Rev G. This document outlines
  • High Spur Free Dynamic Range RF Photonic Links allow MIL SATCOM and RF Distribution Networks to Leverage Optical Communication Infrastructure (.pdf)
    technology to the civilian and defense markets provided limited deployment options due in large part to their high costs, limited RF performance envelope, and prohibitive size, weight and power (SWaP) requirements. In addition to these technical limitations, there existed the ever present cultural
  • Application: Planar Transformers for Military and Aerospace Applications
    Over the past decade or so, the use of planar. transformers in military and aerospace applications has grown rapidly. Military and aerospace (Mil-Aero) applications typically require a lot of performance in a small, lowweight package. Planar transformers are a good choice for applications where
  • Compact Filtering for High Current & High Frequency Applications (.pdf)
    In today's world of increasing electrical noise, higher speed logic, and more sensitive circuits the need for high frequency noise filtering is especially critical. Noise can enter a circuit through external connections such as the input power source or other transmission lines within the circuit

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