Editor’s Choice For New ECM Transmitters

dB Control Receives Editor’s Choice Award For New ECM Transmitters

Military Embedded Systems Magazine to feature dB Control Product in March/April Issue

Fremont, Calif. – March 10, 2009 – dB Control, an established manufacturer known for its reliable high-power products, announced today that their new suite of four ECM transmitters has received the Editor’s Choice Award from Military Embedded Systems. The transmitters, designed for next-generation electronic countermeasure (ECM) systems operating in airborne environments up to 60,000 feet, will be featured in the March/April edition of the publication.

Military Embedded Systems magazine is a respected resource for developers and integrators of embedded military systems. The publication has a print and digital circulation of more than 40,000 engineers, managers, decision makers and other industry professionals working for industry primes, subcontractors, Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Navy, DoD, U.S. Border Patrol, Allies/Foreign governments, government labs, aviation and space agencies, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, and U.S. Customs. dB Control’s ECM transmitters were selected for the award by Military Embedded Systems’ Group Editorial Director Chris A. Ciufo, a respected technologist in the embedded systems and military industries.

“The reliability of a product that supports a critical ECM system can never be compromised. We put this same intense focus on quality and attention to detail into all of our products. We are honored to be recognized by Military Embedded Systems,” said Joe Hajduk, CEO of dB Control.

dB Control’s ECM transmitters are designed as standard aircraft microwave power sources. Each ECM transmitter has undergone extensive testing to ensure optimal reliability in harsh environmental conditions, including full EMI compliance to MIL-STD-461E. The units’ modular components allow for the rapid construction of custom products, and innovative engineering design enables uncomplicated maintenance on the field. All four ECM transmitters/amplifiers are currently shipping in volume to military customers and are available in production quantities:

  • 6-18 GHz High-Band, 1500 W peak power at a five percent duty cycle
  • 6-18 GHz High-Band, 100 W (continuous wave or pulse)
  • 6.5-18 GHz Dual High-Band, 200 W (per channel, continuous wave or pulse)
  • 2-7 GHz Low-Band, 200 W (continuous wave or pulse)

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