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AVIONIC AND RF

AVIONIC AND RF

AVIONIC AND RF

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Hi, my name is David and I'm working on a power amplifiers to be used in avionic.The final equipment is already being used but we've discovered some problems related with the radiated pulsed energy.
Could anybody suggest a site, book, or anything where I could find precise information about the effect of height, temperature,vibration and pressure on microstrip and stripline transmission for 1030/1090 MHz pulsed power (62dBm) ?
Thanks in advance

DAVID AREVALO

RE: AVIONIC AND RF

With those frequencies it sound like you are working with IFF transponders? Do you have a specific problem?

RE: AVIONIC AND RF

several issues here. microstrip should be insensitive to all of your variables except possibly elevation as regards to power rating.

suspect that your are dealing with induced voltages more commonly associated with "cross-talk" between circuits. strip lines are notorious for pickup sensitivity unless properly shielded.
 

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