Posted January 5, 2017
Wireless Telecom Group today announced an agreement with AR Europe for the distribution of its Boonton Electronics and Noisecom products throughout Europe.
Posted May 24, 2016
Precision C/N Ratio Generation at Specific Carrier Frequencies Enables New Testing Capabilities for Multi-Signal Data Streams in Satellite Communications
Posted September 10, 2015
Wireless Telecom Group, Inc., a global designer and manufacturer of radio frequency (RF) and microwave-based products and test equipment for civilian and military radar and communications applications and industries announced it was recognized as a 4-star supplier for operational excellence by Raytheon for 2014.
Posted August 17, 2015
Noisecom simplifies Satellite Modem BER vs. Eb/No testing with its family of Programmable Precision Eb/No Generators.
Posted June 22, 2015
Noisecom's CNG-EbNo is a fully automated precision Eb/No generator that sets a highly accurate ratio between a user-supplied carrier and internally generated noise over a wide range of signal power levels and frequencies. The CNG-EbNo gives system, design, and test engineers in the satellite and military communication industries a cost-effective means of obtaining higher yield through automated testing, plus increased confidence from repeatable, accurate test results. Satellite applications include military communications, SATCOM, L-band, Milstar, Inmarsat and Intelsat. A fully calibrated high dynamic range power meter allows the CNG-EbNo to set the desired Eb/No ratio to within ±0.2 dB. Special configurations can provide improved accuracy. Dual band units as well as custom frequencies and configurations are available.
Posted June 10, 2014
The supply voltage (Vcc) specification is a key parameter for almost all integrated circuits’ (IC) datasheets. Unless its requirements are met there is no way to know if the remaining IC specifications will be valid. Therefore before specifying the operational supply voltage range of a device, designers, verification and quality engineers use the results of extensive testing to make sure the IC meets all the specification requirements within the tested Vcc voltage range. With the exception of the power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) specification of some analog and RF ICs, what is often not specified or ignored is the immunity of the IC to noise and spurs riding on its supply voltage.