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Ka-band satcom-on-the-move antenna system announced

Ka-band satcom-on-the-move antenna system announced
  A dual-channel Ka-band microwave rotary joint designed and produced by Link Microtek is playing a crucial role within a new stabilised antenna platform developed by Italian firm, ADS International for high end Satcom-On-The-Move (SOTM) applications.
24th May 2019

Enabling rogue transmissions to be pinpointed quickly

Enabling rogue transmissions to be pinpointed quickly
Link Microtek has introduced its new automatic direction-finding (DF) antenna that allows the source of unauthorised or interfering transmissions to be located rapidly and accurately, even in urban areas where signal reflections can make this a challenging task.
18th March 2019

Protecting telecoms workers from strong electromagnetic fields

Protecting telecoms workers from strong electromagnetic fields
Link Microtek has introduced a compact entry-level personal monitor that has been designed to provide a cost effective means of alerting telecoms workers to the presence of strong electromagnetic fields.
12th October 2018


Multichannel rotating joint assembly for S-band radar application

Multichannel rotating joint assembly for S-band radar application
Link Microtek has created and shipped a one-metre-long microwave rotating joint assembly for an S-band ground-based radar. Allowing microwave signals to be fed to and from a radar antenna, such large rotating joint assemblies are an important component of the S-band radar systems that are used around the world in air-traffic control, weather forecasting and shipborne applications.
19th June 2018

Broadband microwave combiners for use in HPAs

Broadband microwave combiners for use in HPAs
Manufacturer of RF and microwave components and subsystems, Link Microtek, has launched a new range of broadband microwave combiners for use in high power amplifier systems (HPAs) for applications such as automotive EMC testing. These combiners enable high power, broadband and low loss combination of microwave signals with performance that cannot be achieved by other methods such as Wilkinson.
12th July 2017

Low PIM frequency band loads suitable for DAS applications

Low PIM frequency band loads suitable for DAS applications
A new series of telecommunications frequency band loads has been introduced by Link Microtek whose low PIM (passive intermodulation) characteristics make them particularly suitable for DAS (distributed antenna system) applications. They can also be used in other types of communications system where low PIM is required.
15th May 2017

Horn antennas aid 5G millimetre-wave testing

Horn antennas aid 5G millimetre-wave testing
A new family of miniature horn antennas that are designed to be used for millimetre-wave testing in 5G developments and EMC compliance has been released by Link Microtek. Ideal for test houses or manufacturers of E-band radio communications equipment, the AMHA-V1 series of horns can be utilised as either transmitters or receivers for measurements of products’ electromagnetic susceptibility or emissions in accordance with international EMC standards laid down by organisations such as IEC, ISO and CISPR.
11th March 2017

Antenna alignment tool delivers accurate performance

Antenna alignment tool delivers accurate performance
Now available in the UK from RF and microwave equipment supplier Link Microtek is a portable instrument that enables telecommunications-antenna installers and maintenance technicians to rapidly align antennas to the highest levels of accuracy, thereby optimising network performance.
6th February 2017

Wideband horn antenna caters for wide frequency range

Wideband horn antenna caters for wide frequency range
The manufacturer of RF and microwave components and subsystems, Link Microtek, has introduced an open-sided, linearly polarised horn antenna that operates over the wide frequency range 200MHz to 2GHz. Primarily intended for EMC test applications, the AM0.2-2HA antenna can be used as either transmitter or receiver for measurements of products’ immunity or emissions.
18th October 2016

Refurbishment service for radar microwave rotating joints

Refurbishment service for radar microwave rotating joints
A new service covering refurbishment of the large, rotating microwave joints that form an essential part of S-band radar systems, has been introduced by Link Microtek , which are commonly used in air-traffic control and shipborne applications.
19th September 2016

Antenna tester accelerates maintenance checks

Antenna tester accelerates maintenance checks
The Azdec infrared communications system developed by Link Microtek has been enhanced by introducing a compact antenna tester to simplify and speed up the regular checks carried out by maintenance personnel. Typically deployed in naval or commercial maritime applications, the Azdec system provides totally secure, interference-free, short-range communications while allowing operators to roam away from their base positions, unhindered by any trailing wires.
17th February 2016

Microwave gain horn antennas for military airborne use

Microwave gain horn antennas for military airborne use
Link Microtek has introduced a new series of lightweight microwave gain horn antennas that have been specifically designed for use in military airborne applications. Featuring a thin walled aluminium construction, the AM-LHA series horn antennas are half the weight of standard aluminium gain horns and only a fifth of the weight of traditional brass alternatives. 
12th February 2016

Rotary joint saves space in antennas for Ka-band satellite-on-the-move

Rotary joint saves space in antennas for Ka-band satellite-on-the-move
A miniature dual-channel rotary joint, which has been specifically designed to save space in antennas for Ka-band satellite-on-the-move communications systems, is being deployed by Link Microtek for high-data-rate applications in both the military and commercial sectors.
10th July 2015

Peer-to-peer headsets allow direct talking using IR

The highlight of the Link Microtek stand at DSEI 2015 will be a fully operational installation of the company’s Azdec IR secure communications system and in particular the recently introduced Azdec peer-to-peer headsets, which allow two mobile operators to speak directly to each other in areas where there is no IR antenna coverage.
17th June 2015

Rotary joint saves space in Ka-band satellite communications

Rotary joint saves space in Ka-band satellite communications
A dual-channel rotary joint, which reduces component count and saves space and weight in antennas are used for Ka-band high-data-rate satellite-on-the-move communication systems, has been released by Link Microtek. Particularly suitable for military or commercial airborne systems such as satcomm uplinks in unmanned aerial vehicles, the AM28RJD features a high-power/low-loss WR28 waveguide transmit channel and a coaxial receive channel. 
13th January 2015

Rotary joints are suited for Ku-band SOTM antennas

Rotary joints are suited for Ku-band SOTM antennas
Expanding the company's range of in-house manufactured microwave rotary joints, Link Microtek has introduced the AMCORJD-Ku dual-channel coaxial device. Typically deployed on military or commercial mobile platforms such as vehicles or aeroplanes, the rotary joints have been designed for low-profile antennas for Ku-band satellite-on-the-move high-data-rate communication systems.
1st September 2014

Coaxial termination ensures secure mechanical attachment

Coaxial termination ensures secure mechanical attachment
A medium-power coaxial termination, suitable for use in HF and VHF systems in demanding environments, has been released by Link Microtek. The AMCOL-1-T, which absorbs RF signals in the frequency range of 10-100MHz, is fitted with a TNC male connector incorporating a coarse-ribbed M27-threaded collar to ensure secure mechanical attachment. 
18th August 2014

Block converters can handle multiple satellite transponders

Block converters can handle multiple satellite transponders
Now available from Link Microtek is a range of block upconverters and downconverters that are designed to save space and simplify the layout of outdoor antenna systems for commercial or military satellite-communications applications.
19th June 2014

Compact rotary joint for use in Ka-band applications

Compact rotary joint for use in Ka-band applications
Specifically designed for use in low-profile Ka-band satellite-on-the-move terminals in either military or commercial applications, a compact dual-channel coaxial rotary joint has been introduced by Link Microtek. The AMCORJD-Ka rotary joint features a central K-type coaxial channel for transmissions in the 27.5-31.0GHz range and an outer DC-3GHz SMA coaxial channel for L-band receive signals.
27th February 2014

EuMW2013:Obsolescence service targets RF/microwave components

Link Microtek used the European Microwave Week exhibition to launch a service aimed at engineers who need to source replacements for RF and microwave components that have become obsolete but are still critical to present day applications.
10th October 2013


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