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  • St. Petersburg,Russia

    MILLIMETER WAVE

    COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS

    MILLIMETER WAVE

    COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS

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    About ELVA-1 Millimeter Wave Division ............................................................................................. 2

    Millimeter Wave Measurement and InstrumentationBWO-Powered, GPIB Controlled mm-Wave Generator with Fast Sweep .......................................... 3Millimeter Wave Wide-Range BWO Sweepers ................................................................................... 5Millimeter and Submillimeter Wave Wide-Range BWO Sweepers ..................................................... 7Mm-wave High Sensitive Power Meters ............................................................................................. 9High Power Voltage Controlled Oscillators ......................................................................................... 12GPIB Controller mm-Wave Frequency Synthesizer ............................................................................. 15MMW Sources with Power Modulation ............................................................................................. 1726-150 GHz Cavity Stabilised IMPATT Millimeter Wave Oscillators ................................................... 19IMPATT Diodes and Test Fixtures ....................................................................................................... 2126-150 GHz IMPATT Active Frequency Multipliers ............................................................................. 2320W Pulsed Free Running W-Band Source......................................................................................... 25140 GHz CW Source Based on Active Frequency Multiplier ............................................................... 26IMPATT Injection-Locked Amplifiers ................................................................................................... 27Broadband Balanced Mixers Down Converters .................................................................................. 29

    Millimeter Wave ComponentsCirculators/Isolators ............................................................................................................................ 32Precision Calibrated Solid State Noise Sources ................................................................................... 35High Power Pulsed Noise Sources ....................................................................................................... 37Bandpass YIG tuned Filters ................................................................................................................. 39YIG tuned Transistor Oscillators.......................................................................................................... 41Solid-State Electronic Controlled Attenuators .................................................................................... 43Matched (Cryogenic) Loads, Tunable Shorts ..................................................................................... 45Waveguide Band Pass Filter ................................................................................................................ 46Zero-Biased Detectors, 26.5 to 170 GHz ............................................................................................ 4726.5-140 GHz Cassegrain Antenna Series for OEM Market .............................................................. 48

    Industrial mm-Wave Solutions80-100 GHz Pulse Noise Radar Front-End.......................................................................................... 52FMCW 94/10 Millimeter Wave Industrial Distance Sensor ................................................................ 53Millimeter-wave Radar Front-End FMCW-10/94/200/10 .................................................................. 55

    Telecom SolutionsFast Ethernet MM-wave Radio of Point-to-multipoint Topology (City-A) ....................................... 56Mm-wave TV/IP Broadcasting System (City-1 MVDS)....................................................................... 59100 Mbps Full Duplex Wireless Ethernet Bridge ................................................................................. 62PPC-100/STM-1 155 Mbit STM-1 Wireless LAN Bridge ....................................................................... 64PPC-100FE/8E1 Wireless LAN Bridge .................................................................................................. 66E1 mm-Wave Radio ............................................................................................................................. 68

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    Founded in 1993, the Millimeter Wave Division of ELVA-1 isa design and manufacturing company located in St.Petersburg, Russia.ELVA-1s headquarters are in Riga, Latvia (www.elva1.lv). ELVA-1Millimeter Wave Division currently employs more than 30 people inthe St.Petersburg facility. The Division is registered in Russia.

    For the last 10 years, the Millimeter Wave Division has beenengaged in development and production of scientific test andmeasurement equipment, industrial radars and radar front-ends,millimeter wave level sensors and wireless communication equipmentoperating in the millimeter and sub-millimeter wave frequency bands.

    We maintain cooperative relationships with a variety ofspecialized manufacturing facilities within the former SovietUnion, each of whom possesses unique component technology.Our division combines this technology with our own to developcommercial products for customers around the world. ELVA-1Millimeter Wave Division supplies high quality millimeter andsub-millimeter wave components, subsystems and laboratory equipment that operate at frequencies from 16GHz to1800 GHz. Following is a list of our standard integrated products and equipment:

    About ELVA-1 Millimeter Wave Division

    Backward Wave Oscillator (BWO) Sweepers Power Supplies for BWO Tubes Scalar Network Analyzers Wideband Active Frequency Multipliers Digitally Controlled frequency Synthesizers Millimeter wave power meters

    Multichannel radiometers Sweeping heterodyne radiometers Real-Time Frequency Analyzers FMCW radars and front-ends Pulse-noise radar front-ends

    ELVA-1 Millimeter Wave Division also serves the global millimeter wave market as an Original Equipment Manufacturer(OEM) component supplier. Many of the millimeter wave industrys leading companies use our OEM components to bring qualityand cost effective product solutions to their own customer base. We produce large quantities of state-of-the-art millimeter wavecomponents and equipment for businesses specializing in industry automation solutions. Following is a list of our standard passiveand active mm-wave components that are available for use in your OEM products: IMPATT Diodes Cavity Stabilized IMPATT Sources Noise Sources Voltage Controlled Attenuators Cavity Stabilized Gunn Sources Ferrite Circulators and Isolators Directional Couplers Matched Loads Balanced Mixers Detectors Waveguide transitions, bends and complex shapes

    Our customer list includes global leaders in science and research such as: JET (UK) - largest tokamak in the world, GeneralAtomics (USA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA), TRW (USA), FOM Institute (The Netherlands), University of

    Kiel (Germany), Centre DEtudes de Cadarache (France), Institute of Astronomy &Astrophysics (Taiwan), South-West Institute of Physics (China), Siemens, CERN -Accelerator in Switzerland, Max Planck Institut fur Plasmaphysik, Australian NationalUniversity, Cornell University (USA), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK). This list continuesto grow each year.

    Since 2001, we have aggressively expanded our product range to includemillimeter wave telecommunications products such as 42GHz, 60GHz, 70/80GHz and94GHz transmitters and receivers, high gain parabolic antennas and relatedtelecommunications products. Applications for these products include 100Mbps Ethernetwireless LAN bridges, MVDS outdoor units (transmitters and receivers) and LMDScommunication systems. For more information about our product lines, please visit thecompany website at www.elva-1.com .

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    BWO-Powered, GPIB Controlled mm-WaveGenerator with Fast Sweep

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    Description

    37-170GHz in seven bands

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    Specifications

    MODEL NUMBER G4-143a G4-143b G4-143c G4-143d G4-143e G4-143f G4-143g Frequency Range, GHz 37-54 40-60 50-75 60-90 75-110 90-140 110-170 Output waveguide size, mm 5.69x2.84

    WR22 4.8x2.4 WR19

    3.8x1.9 WR15

    3.1x1.5 WR12

    2.54x1.27 WR10

    2.03x1.02 WR8

    1.7x0.83 WR6

    Wavequide Flange UG-383/U UG-383/U-M UG-385/U UG-387/U UG-387/U-M UG-387/U-M UG-387/U-M

    Minimum CW power, mW 50 100 25 25 25 35 25 Typical peak power, mW 150 200 80 80 90 110 80

    Frequency accuracy in the CW mode,% 0.02 *Fullband Sweep Time, ms 10 (0.2)

    Maximum CW frequency stability for 15 min 2*10-4

    Residual FM max 5*10-5 ***Output power regulation range, dB 0-20 Output VSWR 1.5 Internal square-wave modulation frequencies, kHz 1-100 Sweep time, mS 10 (0.2*)-40000 External square-wave modulation frequencies, kHz 1-100 Voltage for External Frequency Control, VDC 0 +10 **Voltage for External Power Control, VDC 0 +10 Operating temperature range, C 5-40 *AC Input Voltages: 220 V, 50 Hz (110V/60Hz) Consumed power, VA 400 Size, mm 495 x 180 x 480 Weight, kg 23

    Common Specifications

    BWO-Powered, GPI