Russia launches component sales drive in the West.
Moscow-based Electrodynamics Ltd. is acting as a representative for a range of Russian and Ukrainian electronics companies and research institutes attempting to break into the western European microwave market. Electrodynamics will represent ALMAZ's (Saratov, Russia) 11.7 to 12.5 GHz TWTs for direct broadcast TV, 0.85 to 10 GHz, 0.5 to 10 kW pulse TWTs, 2.5 to 10 GHz, 15 to 60 mW backward wave oscillators, 550 to 700 mW voltage-tuned magnetrons, and 30 to 300 mW, 6 to 16 dB gain, 1 to 18 GHz solid-state amplifiers; ELKOR's (Nalchik, Russia) Si-based CW, pulse and multiple frequency IMPATT diodes, mm-wave IMPATT amplifiers and multipliers, and monolithic Si-based generator modules; GRANIT's (Rostov-on-Don, Russia) two-, four- and eight-port 2 to 10 GHz power dividers, 7.05 to 50 GHz waveguide loads, dual direction couplers, and 1 to 12 GHz 90|degrees~ hybrid couplers; ISTOK's (Fryazino, Moscow Region, Russia) local and driving oscillators for transceivers, solid-state amplifiers for radio altimeters, 10.7 to 11.7 GHz radio relay stations, and 10.95 to 11.7 GHz direct broadcast TV receiver stations; Kharkov Radio & Electronic Institute's (Kharkov, Ukraine) solid-state generators; KNIRTI's (Protva Settlement, Kaluga Region, Russia) switches, switch matrixes, and 0.5 to 18 GHz microwave filters; ONYX's (Dnepropetrovsk, Russia) magnetrons for industrial applications; OKTAVA's (Novosibirsk, Ukraine) Si- and GaAs-based ultrabroadband MMICs for amplification, mixer and synchronous phase detection application; Tomsk Semiconductor Research Institute's (Tomsk, Russia) Gun, mixer/detector, multiplier, IR emitting and tuning diodes, junction transistors, optical transmitters for fibre optic links, and GaAs ICs for analog and digital signal processing; and TORIY's (Moscow, Russia) CW TWTs and klystrons, and CW and pulse magnetrons.
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|Title Annotation:||International Report|
|Date:||Dec 1, 1992|
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