Mini-Circuits Presents Live Webinar: DOCSIS 4.0 – The Move to 1800 MHz
Mini-Circuits will host a live webinar on Wednesday, November 20 on the expanded spectrum DOCSIS® (ESD) standard for CATV networks.
Mini-Circuits Expands Amplifier Design Capability, Welcomes Rhode Island-Based Design Group
Mini-Circuits has expanded its amplifier design capabilities with the addition of a new design engineering group dedicated to developing high-power amplifiers up to and beyond 1 kW through 8 GHz.
Department Spotlight: Test Solutions
Mini-Circuits’ RF test solutions team is a prime example of how the company's quality policy translates to enduring customer relationships and steady product line growth. RF test solutions department designs and builds software-controlled building blocks for automation of lab and production test environments. If you’re wondering what exactly that means and how it fits within our full portfolio of RF/microwave components and assemblies, read more to find out!
Over 800 Mini-Circuits Components Now Available in X-Microwave Drop-In Format
Expanded offering of Mini-Circuits products on X-Microwave's modular drop-in format gives designers even more options to accelerate design cycles with the innovative X-MWsystem®.
Mini-Circuits Opens New Sales Office to Support Japan & South Korea
Serving the global market for RF and microwave products while maintaining the high standards of quality and customer support that Mini-Circuits is known for comes with many challenges. Thomas Joyce recently joined Mini-Circuits as sales director for Japan and South Korea, to continue growing the company's global sales and service footprint.
Renewing Our Founding Values at a 50-Year-Old Startup
The Mini-Circuits story is well-known to many in the RF and microwave industry. Some know us for our advertising, some know us as one of the first companies to transform the pricing structure of RF components, and some know us through the personal relationships they had with Harvey Kaylie, our founder and chief executive for the first 50 years of our history.
Mini-Circuits ‘Steps Out’ to Stop Diabetes
On Sept. 21, nearly 100 members of the Mini-Circuits team hit the pavement in New York City’s Seaport District for the 2019 Step Out: New York City Walk to Stop Diabetes. Hosted by the American Diabetes Association, this year's event raised over $220,000 for diabetes research, advocacy and education. The company has actively supported Step Out for more than 25 years, and the number of participating members has grown from the four original walkers in 1993 to the 100 that came out in 2019.
Mini-Circuits and Modelithics Partner to Provide New, Free Simulation Models for Reflectionless Filters, Splitters and LTCC Transformers
Mini-Circuits has expanded its partnership with Modelithics, Inc. to offer high-accuracy simulation models for packaged reflectionless filters, power splitter/combiners and LTCC transformers for free download.
Mini-Circuits to Exhibit at European Microwave Week 2019
Mini-Circuits will join the international RF/microwave community as an exhibitor at European Microwave Week (EuMW) Sept. 29 – Oct. 4, 2019 in Paris. Visit us at booth #2240 to see a showcase our latest high-frequency product releases.
Mini-Circuits to Sponsor First-Ever EDI CON Online
Mini-Circuits is proud to be a platinum sponsor of the Electronic Design Innovation Conference and Exhibition (EDI CON) Online September 10 – 12, 2019. This free, virtual conference will offer relevant, real-time training for high frequency and high speed design engineers without having to leave the office.
Mini-Circuits Seeks Veteran Talent at Service Academy Career Conference
Mini-Circuits will be attending the Service Academy Career Conference (SACC) August 8th – 9th, 2019 in San Diego, seeking U.S. military veterans and academy graduates to take on key roles in building the future of the organization.
Specifying VCOs for Clock Timing Circuits
Timing is everything for many systems, especially for modern electronic systems with high-speed data converters and high-resolution sampling. A clock source is "the keeper of time" in these systems and system timing performance is very much dependent upon the performance of its clock source. Many designers have learned to appreciate the flexibility of using voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) as clock sources.