Posted March 20, 2013
Boonton has added a new platform to its industry standard power meter line, the new 55 Series Wideband USB power sensors. The new line enables high performance, real-time testing of wideband signals up to 40 GHz. Boonton's innovative Real-Time Power ProcessingTM eliminates the acquisition latency associated with traditional peak power meters and sensors, yielding lightning-fast performance in a brand new USB platform. It is ideal for laboratory or field use, for wireless and telecom signals or radar work.
Posted June 18, 2009
Boonton, part of the Wireless Telecom Group, explains how its peak power meter allows the accurate qualification of amplifiers.
Posted June 8, 2009
Boonton proudly announces a new RF Power Sensor - the 59318. The dynamic input power ranges from -24 dBm to +20 dBm in Peak mode and -34 dBm to +20 dBm in CW mode, with input frequencies of up to 18GHz. With its very fast rise time of <10 ns and a bandwidth of 50MHz, the new 59318 can handle the most difficult signal forms.
Posted June 17, 2008
Wireless Telecom Group Announces Expansion of RF Power Meter Family Boonton's new, sophisticated 4540 Power Meter Series offers high performance in a compact housing.
Posted February 20, 2008
Boonton is proud to announce the first truly portable PIM Test System - the PIM 20. The design of this instrument focused to provide a rugged, reliable and handy tool to RF field technicians.
Posted August 1, 2007
Monty Johnson joined Wireless Telecom Group in January 2006 as CEO and Vice Chairman. With more than 25 years in the telecommunications industry, he has extensive experience in delivering network services to the world’s largest wireless and wireline carriers. Prior to joining Wireless Telecom Group, Johnson served as president and GM of Tekelec’s Network Signaling Group.