SPINNER is extending the product range of mask filters (for all TV-Standards ATSC, ATV, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-T2 extended and ISDB-T) with a new, compact filter for up to 130 W TX power.
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Leading connector suppliers HUBER+SUHNER, Rosenberger, SPINNER and Telegärtner jointly developed a new connector system for the mobile communication market. The new 4.3-10 connector system is designed to meet the rising performance needs of mobile network equipment and at the same time reducing its size supporting the ongoing space reduction requirements.
As a result, the new AKASH C band radar system has been approved by the Indian Army. The entire system is mounted on a truck and is ideal for surveillance, tracking and IFF tasks. The integrated 90 kW generator allows a mobile and independent operation, regardless to its location.
SPINNER presents a new, compact design UHF mask filter for up to 18 kW power covering all TV standards (ATSC, ATV, DVB-T, DVB-T2, DVB-T2 extended and ISDB-T).
The new 6-channel rotary joint for air traffic control (ATC) radars supplements the product portfolio of SPINNER. The result of this work is a non-contact 6-channel rotary joint for antennas using the frequency range of S- and L-band, the primary ("PSR – Primary Surveillance Radar") and secondary ("SSR – Secondary Surveillance Radar") surveillance radar frequencies.
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