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Sense the presence of radio frequencies.


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  • RF detectors

    Fairview Microwave Inc.

    RF detectors from Fairview Microwave are available with N Type or SMA connector series inputs and BNC or SMA connectors for outputs. Fairview RF detectors are zero bias Schottky diode and have negative video out. These zero bias Schottky diode detectors for RF have a minimum frequency between 10 MHz and 2 GHz and maximum frequency range between 2 GHz and 26.5 GHz.

  • RF Detectors

    everything RF

    RF Detectors from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Use the filters to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Download Datasheets, Compare products and Request Quotations. Your Inquiry will be directed to the manufacturer and their distributors who will get back to you with a quote.

  • RF Detectors

    ZTS Technologies Co., Ltd

    ATJ8 coaxial detectors are used in kinds of military or civil electronic equipment,such as communication, radar, navigation microwave, measurement.

  • Detectors - RF / Microwave

    Quantic PMI

    PMI offers a full line of RF and Microwave detector products that range from 2 MHz up to 40.0 GHz.  Many options are available.  If you do not see exactly what you require on this web site please contact

  • Finline Detectors

    950 Series - Milimeter Wave Products, Inc.

    Mi-Wave’s 950 Series Detectors convert incident RF energy into a DC voltage signal. The function of these detectors is similar to power sensors, with two exceptions. The 950 Series detectors perform measurementsmore quickly and have a greater dynamic range than that obtainable from comparable power sensors.

  • Detectors

    CAES

    CAES offers a full range of RF detectors for your designs including BIT, Schottky Diode, Threshold and Tunnel Diode.

  • Full Band Waveguide Detectors

    ERAVANT

    Full band waveguide detectors are GaAs beam lead Schottky diode-based detectors that are specially designed for millimeterwave network analyzer applications. With a proprietary circuitry design and careful diode selection, these zero-biased detectors exhibit high sensitivity and extremely flat output characteristics. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 18 to 170 GHz and offers a 1 MHz video bandwidth and 1 MΩ video output impedance. The standard models also have the capacity to handle a maximum RF input power of up to +17 dBm. The RF interface of these detectors is a standard waveguide with an integrated Faraday isolator to improve the port VSWR. The output voltage polarity is negative and the connector type is a female SMA. Other configurations are offered as custom models.

  • Amplitude Detectors with Isolators

    ERAVANT

    Full band waveguide detectors are GaAs beam lead Schottky diode-based detectors that are specially designed for millimeterwave network analyzer applications. With a proprietary circuitry design and careful diode selection, these zero-biased detectors exhibit high sensitivity and extremely flat output characteristics. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 18 to 170 GHz and offers a 1 MHz video bandwidth and 1 MΩ video output impedance. The standard models also have the capacity to handle a maximum RF input power of up to +17 dBm. The RF interface of these detectors is a standard waveguide with an integrated Faraday isolator to improve the port VSWR. The output voltage polarity is negative and the connector type is a female SMA. Other configurations are offered as custom models.

  • Planar Doped Barrier Detectors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR Planar Doped Barrier Detectors are specifically designed for use in today's high-performance microwave instrumentation and systems. KRYTAR detectors are designed for such applications as power measurements, analyzing radar performance, leveling pulsed signal sources, AM noise measurements, system monitoring and pulsed RF measurements in ultra-broadband and mm-Wave applications.

  • Zero Bias Schottky Detectors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR Zero Bias Schottky Detectors are specifically designed for use in today's high-performance microwave instrumentation and systems. KRYTAR detectors are designed for such applications as power measurements, analyzing radar performance, leveling pulsed signal sources, AM noise measurements, system monitoring and pulsed RF measurements in ultra-broadband and mm-Wave applications.

  • Broadband Planar Tunnel Diode Detectors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR Broadband Planar Tunnel Diode Detectors are specifically designed for use in today's high-performance microwave instrumentation and systems. KRYTAR detectors are designed for such applications as power measurements, analyzing radar performance, leveling pulsed signal sources, AM noise measurements, system monitoring and pulsed RF measurements in ultra-broadband and mm-Wave applications.

  • Broadband Threshold Detectors

    KRYTAR, Inc.

    KRYTAR's All NEW Broadband Threshold Detectors are hermetically sealed for high reliability and are specifically designed for use in today's high-performance microwave instrumentation and systems. KRYTAR detectors are designed for such applications as power measurements, analyzing radar performance, leveling pulsed signal sources, AM noise measurements, system monitoring and pulsed RF measurements in ultra-broadband and mm-Wave applications.

  • Amplitude Detectors

    ERAVANT

    Amplitude detectors are GaAs beam lead Schottky diode-based detectors with various RF and DC connector options to suit many differentapplications. With a distinct circuitry design and careful diode selection, these zero-biased detectors exhibit high sensitivity and extremely flat outputcharacteristics. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 18 to 170 GHz and is designed to have a 10 MHz video bandwidth, 1 MΩ video output impedance, and an RF input power handling of up to +20 dBm. The relationship of the input power and detected output voltage is square root. A typical input power versus detected output voltage curve of a Ka band detector is shown below. The typical tangential sensitivity of the detector is –45 dBm.

  • Non-RMS Responding Power Detectors

    Analog Devices Inc.

    Recognized as the pioneer and leader in RF detectors, Analog Devices offers a broad portfolio of high performance logarithmic amplifiers and TruPwr™ rms detectors. ADI logarithmic amplifiers measure signals up to 100 dB dynamic range, from dc to microwave, and accuracies of ±0.2 dB, and are well-suited for both RSSI and transmit power level detection. The TruPwr rms detectors address the challenge of measuring complex waveforms found in spread spectrum CDMA/W-CDMA and higher order QAM modulation systems and provide an accurately scaled dc voltage, which is the rms equivalent of the input waveform.

  • RMS Responding Power Detectors

    Analog Devices Inc.

    Recognized as the pioneer and leader in RF detectors, Analog Devices offers a broad portfolio of high performance logarithmic amplifiers and TruPwr™ rms responding detectors. ADI logarithmic amplifiers measure signals up to 100 dB dynamic range, from dc to microwave, and accuracies of ±0.2 dB, and are well-suited for both RSSI and transmit power level detection. The TruPwr rms detectors address the challenge of measuring complex waveforms found in spread spectrum CDMA/W-CDMA and higher order QAM modulation systems and provide an accurately scaled dc voltage, which is the rms equivalent of the input waveform.

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