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Anadigics’ small-cell wireless infrastructure power amplifiers leverage the Company’s patented InGaP-Plus technology and advanced design architectures to deliver world-class performance and integration.


The AWB7224 offers 13 percent efficiency to minimise power requirements and provide flexibility in selecting network power systems. With exceptional linearity of -47 dBc ACPR at +27 dBm output power, and 29 dB of RF gain, the AWB7224 enables high throughput data rates with a wide coverage area. The complete family of small-cell power amplifiers is available in a compact, low profile 7 mm x 7 mm x 1.3 mm surface mount package with integrated RF matching to reduce PCB space requirements.


Avantes FOM


Fibre Optic Multiplexers enable single or multiple light sources and spectrometers to make multi-point serial measurements. This new generation now features USB 2.0, complete integration into AvaSoft and full Avantes DLL support.


All next generation Fibre Optic Multiplexers are supplied with the new broadband fibres exclusive to Avantes. Broadband fibres combine the advantages of high OH solarisation resistant fibre for the UV with low OH fibre for the NIR.


Broadband fibre is a huge leap forward for fibre optic spectroscopy applications which have historically been forced to choose between UV/VIS and NIR fibre or combine two types of fibre into an assembly making it more costly and complex.


Engineering samples of the AWB7224 are available now for qualified programs.


Avantes advances its Fibre Optic Multiplexers


The firm has revealed a new range of broadband fibres, which combine the advantages of high OH solarisation resistant fibre for the UV with low OH fibre for the NIR


Manufacturer of fibre optic spectroscopy instruments and systems, Avantes, has released a new generation of Fibre Optic Multiplexers (FOMs).


They are faster, more reliable and quieter than ever before. The FOM easily integrates to Avantes’ advanced spectroscopy software AvaSoft.


Benno Oderkerk, founder and CEO of Avantes says, “Our Fibre Optic Multiplexers see a wide variety of usage in our customer base. The great advantage is the flexibility in which measurements can be done. Furthermore, the extensive programming possibilities mean that even in setups with different integration times, the Avantes FOM will allow a suitable setting.”


The FOM is available in three different versions: 1 x 16, 2 x 8 and 4 x 4. As standard, they are supplied with 400μm fibre optic cables. Any other diameter is available on request.


InP innovator Albis Opto is


up and coming Following a management buyout, Albis Optoelectronics is resurfacing as one of the renowned industry brands for high performance indium phosphide photodetector products


The change of company name to Albis Optoelectronics, previously used by the entity from 2003 to 2008, designates the final step in the separation from Enablence Technologies Inc.


The management buyout was initiated by local management, coordinated by industry veteran Joerg Wieland and supported by a strong team of European private investors.


During the past 5 years, demand for our photodiode products has grown steadily with an average growth rate of 35 percent year over year. As we see the enormous potential of our


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