• Understanding Cable and Antenna Analyzers: Unlocking RF System Performance

    Posted 09/15/2022 by Bird Applications Engineer

    In the world of radio frequency (RF) systems, maintaining optimal performance is crucial for seamless communication and efficient operations. This is where cable and antenna analyzers come into play. These powerful tools provide invaluable insights into the health and integrity of antenna and cable systems, helping professionals troubleshoot issues, verify compliance with design specifications, and ensure peak performance. In this blog post, we will explore the fundamentals of cable and antenna analyzers, their significance in different industries, common measurement types they offer, and how they contribute to maximizing the reliability and efficiency of RF systems. Whether you're a seasoned RF engineer or a curious enthusiast, join us on this journey to unravel the secrets of cable and antenna analyzers and unlock the potential of your RF system.

  • ISO9001-2015


    Posted 06/11/2021 by Bird

    While we have always been committed to quality and innovation in our products and services, this achievement ensures continual improvement in our overall performance and a high level of quality in everything we do.

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    Model 43 in a Mismatched Line

    Posted 01/09/2020 by Bird RF Engineer

    One of the most common questions which our readers have asked regarding the use of our model 43 THRULINE wattmeter concerns the change in conditions when the “43” is removed from the line after adjustments to their equipment are completed.

  • 50-T-MN-3R00, 50 Watt Calibrated Mismatch RF Load

    RF Termaline Loads

    Posted 07/09/2019 by Bird RF Engineer

    We make loads of loads! From low-level laboratory loads to high-power loads, air-cooled and water-cooled loads, pulse loads and continuous signal loads, we make them all. So, it’s safe to say we’ve got the low-down on loads!

  • 43, General Purpose RF Wattmeter

    RF Thruline Wattmeter

    Posted 06/01/2019 by Bird RF Engineer

    Common questions answered on how the Bird Wattmeter works.

  • 2-6A-Series, 2 Watt RF Attenuators

    Wanted: The Perfect Impedance

    Posted 05/01/2019 by Bird RF Engineer

    We will explore why 50 ohms has become the integer-of-choice in the US as well as the math behind this decision.



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