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SA Photonics has developed a millimeter wave measurement system (MWMS), a high-power measurement and calibration unit that tests and calibrates millimeter wave sources and instrument test ranges. It records power densities in frequencies ranging from 40 to 110 GHz with an accuracy of ±0.5 dB. The MWMS measures millimeter wave emissions directly from their source, providing operators with accurate and timely information about power and frequency. It has applicability to 95-GHz active denial systems. The company says that, as the use of active denial systems for nonlethal applications grows, defense and homeland security agencies will need MWMS to effectively calibrate these systems and ensure their safe use. The system comprises a photonic probe, a processing unit, a fiber optic spool and up to 5 km of fiber optic cable.

Photonics Spectra
May 2011

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