[SatNews] GeoSync Microwave announces a Quad-band (C, X, Ku and Ka) Test Translator in a 1RU package offering superior low phase noise performance that is now available from GeoSync Microwave. The company's emphasis is on;
- Highly reliabile.
- Fully contained RF modules allowing small size for "stand alone" modules.
- Inclusion of “optional performance offering” into standard units.
- Custom designs for customers offered at reasonable cost.
The new TRR-4B-1 Ka-band RF input is either a selectable 27.5 to 31 GHz or a 28.6 to 30 GHz band plus the C, X and Ku RF band inputs. An important advantage for Ka-band performance is the suppression of the second harmonic of the Ka-band LO to <-50 dBm.
Complete specifications for the GeoSync Microwave series of Multi-band Test Translators are described in the GS40-SPC data sheet is available at www.geosyncmicrowave.com. Also the TRR-4B-1 and other products will be available that comply with RF SATCOM requirements. This information will be available at Satellite 2015. GeoSync's Booth 3095, in the Washington Convention Center, in Washington, DC.
Geosync Microwave, Inc. was formed in March 2008 by Arthur Faverio, a founder and a former President of MITEQ Inc. where he managed a technical team that was largely responsible for developing the company's SATCOM product line.
Joining Faverio as his engineering team at GeoSync are: Stephen Philips, Vice President; Timothy Jahn, Principal Engineer, RF Assemblies; Israel Moskovitch, Principal Engineer, RF Assemblies; and M.F. Zahidi, Principal Engineer, Frequency Sources.