Renaissance Electronics

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    Renaissance Electronics is a designer and manufacturer of RF, microwave and millimeter wave components, integrated assemblies. Its product line features ferrites (isolators, circulators), electro-mechanical switches, switch matrices, fixed attenuators, power combiners, power dividers, products for base station applications and wireless transceivers, low noise amplifiers, power amplifiers.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1991
    HQHarvard, MA, US
    Websiterec-usa.com

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)28(-3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Renaissance Electronics Office Locations

    Renaissance Electronics has an office in Harvard
    Harvard, MA, US (HQ)
    12 Lancaster County Rd
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    1991

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    27.0 – 30.0 GHz Drop-In Isolator, Ka-band

    For use in satellite communication systems and close-range military radars, Renaissance has designed this 27 – 30 GHz drop-in isolator. This Ka-band isolator, with low insertion loss and high isolation, allows for higher bandwidth communication. 2L9NGK-ROHS Datasheet

    1.1 – 1.6 GHz Drop-in Isolator, L-band

    For use in satellite navigation, telecom and aircraft surveillance, Renaissance has designed this L-band drop-in isolator. Operating at 1.1 – 1.6 GHz and the 1W of Power CW, this isolator has high isolation and low insertion loss in a compact footprint. 2H3BG Datasheet

    13.75 – 14.5 GHz Drop-in Isolator, Ku-band

    Renaissance’s latest Ku-band drop-in Isolator has been designed for use in satellite communication applications, including direct broadcast satellite for satellite TV, and backhauls. This isolator has typical isolation of 20 dB and 0.5 dB loss over 13.75 – 14.5 GHz. 2L9NGTL-ROHS Datasheet

    DC – 3.0 GHz Hermetic SPDT Switch

    For space and harsh environments, Renaissance has developed a truly hermetic SPDT switch that is laser welded with fine leak rate compatible to 10-5 atm/cc/sec. The inside is filled with inert gasses to avoid any condensation at cold temperatures. RSM-2D-H-28 Datasheet

    1.55 – 1.65 GHz Surface Mount Circulator, L-band

    For terrestrial communication and satellite navigation applications, Renaissance has designed this L-band surface mount circulator. Operating at a frequency range of 1.55 – 1.65 GHz, this circulator boasts a high VSWR and a compact footprint. 3SMC3NK Datasheet

    1.75 – 2.11 GHz Drop-in Circulator, S-band

    Looking for a compact S-band circulator for Hi-Rel application? Renaissance has designed a new 0.875” SQ drop-in circulator that operates from 1.75 to 2.11 GHz with 0.4 dB loss. The design can sustain 1600 W peak and 800 W avg. while operating from – 55 to 110°C temperature range. 3G4NFC Datasheet
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    Renaissance Electronics Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Renaissance Electronics founded?

      Renaissance Electronics was founded in 1991.

    • How many employees does Renaissance Electronics have?

      Renaissance Electronics has 28 employees.

    • Who are Renaissance Electronics competitors?

      Competitors of Renaissance Electronics include Keragis, Aldetec and Telonic Berkeley.

    • Where is Renaissance Electronics headquarters?

      Renaissance Electronics headquarters is located at 12 Lancaster County Rd, Harvard.

    • Where are Renaissance Electronics offices?

      Renaissance Electronics has an office in Harvard.

    • How many offices does Renaissance Electronics have?

      Renaissance Electronics has 1 office.