ERZIA Technologies and ACST GmbH, two pioneering leaders in the field of RF and Microwave technology, are thrilled to announce their strategic partnership aimed at pushing the boundaries of frequency capabilities and addressing the challenges of the evolving RF landscape. With a focus on advancing technology to meet the demands of growing bandwidth and data capacity needs, this collaboration marks a significant step forward in the realm of Terahertz (THz) frequencies.
The challenges in aerospace technology development are excellent fuel for innovation. For the ERZIA team, it was the strict standard for assembly processes, established by the European Space Agency (ESA), that generated a new method for solving the long-standing problem of QFN thermal cycling.
ERZIA’s has always adhered to the highest quality standards in the industry and earned its first UNE:EN 9100 in 2014. This certification is the European equivalent to US AS9100 aerospace industry certification. It goes much deeper in specifying operational processes typical of this industry and establishes a series of indicators and methodologies that guarantee not only the quality of the manufactured products but also other critical measurements such as full traceability and control of the individual components during production and testing.
ERZIA Technologies, a full-service RF/microwave amplifier and integrated assembly designer and manufacturer of high reliability COTS devices is proud to celebrate its 20th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion, the company is launching several new products, expanding its facilities, and exhibiting at all the industry’s main events in 2023. In addition, there will be multiple celebrations with its customers and employees throughout the year starting with Satellite 2023.
NewSpace programs demand ways to improve performance and reliability for their commercial space-based systems, platforms, and payloads. The key to meeting these demands lies in finding innovative long-range technologies that optimize power, and maximize receiver and transmit efficiency while minimizing size, mass, and DC power consumption – all at a lower cost.
ERZIA.com has a long and impressive history of supplying critical components to the space industry, with a proven track record of designing and manufacturing high performance 'space-qualified' RF and microwave devices that deliver as promised. As a leading innovator in the NewSpace industry, ERZIA offers a range of smart, off the-shelf COTS amplifiers designed to help achieve a more rapid design, build, test, and launch for your next space mission.
Exciting news! We are pleased to announce the release of our new ERZIA Product Guide for 2023. This comprehensive Product Catalog features direct links to each product webpage, allowing you to easily access the information you need about our robust devices and modules. Our current lineup of ERZIA products includes some of the most advanced and reliable devices available in the industry.
ERZIA is kicking off 2023 with the inauguration of a new manufacturing facility that enhances the company’s ability to design and manufacture mechanical enclosures that effectively protect high performance electronic systems.
ERZIA has proudly collaborated with Thales Nederland by supplying several RF modules such as High-Power Amplifiers (HPAs), Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs), Mixers and Switches operating from S-band up to X-band.
ERZIA has been a regular supplier to Thales Nederland for many years, offering replacements to obsolete components not available in the market but still needed and in use for Thales’ systems.
The superior power density and power efficiency of GaN-based amplifiers make them ideal for the manufacturing of smaller and more efficient transmitters. There’s only one issue: the non-linear behavior on maximum power areas can degrade the transmitted signal to a point where it becomes useless.
Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR) measurements can help. Learn more about using this method to establish amplifier behavior under a specific modulated input signal to achieve a clear indication of amplifier performance for a given application.