ERZIA’s AOTF (Acousto Optic Tunable Filter) RF drivers are operating in China’s Zhurong Rover Instrumentation, specifically in the MarSCoDe (Mars Surface Compound Detector), which uses the latest spectroscopy technology to analyze the composition of the Martian rocks and soil.
The satellite communications industry is in constant evolution, always looking for new technologies and approaches to handle the exponentially increasing traffic demand. Driven by this continuous objective, higher RF and Microwave frequency bands have been gradually introduced, initially for networks in relatively low frequencies, such as L-Band, C-Band or X-Band, then for higher frequencies like Ku-Band which is widely used nowadays. The higher the frequency, the wider the channels, so bigger data capacity is required, thus the interest in exploiting the K/Ka-Bands and Q/V Bands.
The traditional approach to delivering hardware to be installed in satellites and space probes is driven by extensive design, analysis, and testing phases, with long-term delivery times and budgets, which can be tens or hundreds of times bigger than their equivalent for commercial and terrestrial applications. These extensive deliveries and larger budgets are justified by the expectation of the hardware to survive and operate in the extremes of the space environment, without any possibility of reparation or replacement.
Cantabria´s government for innovation, industry, tourism and commerce office, in collaboration with the European Union, continue supporting ERZIA Technologies through INNOVA 2020 program to promote the technological development, innovation and quality research for the design, development and manufacturing of high frequency up converters with integrated local oscillators, variable gain and wide dynamic range.
Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) systems are dedicated to obtaining as much information as possible from radar and electromagnetic sources present in a determined area. These systems are widely used in modern armies to detect, identify, and classify electromagnetic signals from RADARs, communication emitters, and hostile Jammers for threat intelligence characterization and analysis.
ERZIA Technologies, a full-service RF/microwave amplifier and integrated assembly
company delivering COTS solutions for high-performance/high frequency applications,
is pleased to announce (2) new high power amplifiers designed for the unique
requirements of satellite communication (SATCOM) systems. Operating from 27.5 GHz
to 31 GHz the ERZ-HPA-2700-3100-43 HPA uses the latest GaN technology and
ERZIA Technologies, a full-service RF/microwave amplifier and integrated assembly company delivering COTS solutions for high-performance/high frequency applications, is pleased to announce a new, packaged, microwave low noise amplifier (LNA) that has been designed for the unique requirements of military satellite communication (MIL SATCOM) and other airborne systems. Specifically, the operating bandwidth of model ERZ-LNA-1770-2200-40-1.5 is from 17.7 GHz to 22 GHz, which spans both Military and Civil Ku and Ka-band Satcom frequencies.
ERZIA, along with the 12 other trans-European Consortium partners of the Hi-SIDE (formerly Hi-FLY) project, an EU-funded Research and Innovation program which was started in January 2018, recently celebrated the achievement of a major milestone with the completion and publication of detailed design descriptions for elements of the project’s high speed data chain (HSDC).
Key Initiatives Set the Stage for Growth in 2021 and Beyond
ERZIA is pleased to announce that despite the difficulties faced during the year, it has been a successful year for the company. The company grew revenue and launched several key initiatives aimed at capitalizing on new markets, including the introduction of a wide range of new and innovative products and the strengthening of distribution channels.