Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. designs and manufactures YIG-based products that meet or exceed customer requirements through continuous process improvement.
We are committed to providing industry leading YIG solutions which meet the specialized technical requirements of the microwave RF and microwave industry. From design, prototype and production we deliver innovative, technology leading products for commercial and military applications.
|MIL-STD-130||MIL-45208A & -Q-9858A|
|LabView Compatible||Auto CAD|
|MIS software-Sage 100 ERP||Spice|
|Microsoft Visual Studio 2017||MMICAD|
|Solidworks 3D||Docs vault 6.0|
|ISO 9001:2015 Certified||RoHS compliant (selected products)|
|MIL-I-45208A||ITAR registered & compliant|
|MIL-Q-9858A||Calibration ISO/IEC 17025:2005|
Effective December 2008 all Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. products are available in RoHS compliant configurations. Products such as Oscillators, Filters, Harmonic Generators, Driver Circuits, Frequency Synthesizers and Test Instrument boxes can be ordered compliant to the European Union Legislation: Directive 2002195/EC, commonly referred to as RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances). Customer must specify RoHS requirement at time of order placement as all standard catalog items are non-RoHS. Download our certificate
Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. is aware of the reporting obligations legislated by section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform act (Conflict Minerals Act). “Conflict Minerals” refers to minerals or other derivatives mined in the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and in the adjoining countries where revenues may be directly or indirectly financing armed groups in civil war resulting in serious social and environmental abuses.
While our products do use the minerals in question, to the best of our knowledge, the origin of these minerals are not from the DRC region or adjoining countries and/or are not sourced from mines in the conflict region, which is controlled by non-government military groups, and is considered “conflict free”. Inquiries to our supply chain regarding the material used resulted in the determination that the subject material does not knowingly contain any conflict minerals. While we do not knowingly purchase material that may contain conflict minerals, we cannot provide absolute assurance. Due to the complexity of the routes by which metals, and in particular precious metals are smelted, recycled, and sold, including the common practice of commingling ores and scrap from many different sources, it is often impossible for any company to obtain full traceability to an exact origin of all.
Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. is taking continuous practical action to seek and ensure that minerals from the conflict region do not enter our supply chain. In support of our customers and the Conflict Minerals Act, we have developed a company policy on conflict minerals and will require our suppliers to adopt similar policies, procedures and systems.
Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. maintains a counterfeit item risk mitigation process internally using SAE AS5553 as a guide. Counterfeit components or parts are products produced or altered to resemble a product without the authority to do so., with the intent to mislead or defraud by presenting the imitation as original or genuine.
Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc uses original component manufacturers, approved distributors or authorized resell organizations whenever purchasing parts. In addition, we have established an “approved vendor list” of suppliers with a history as a trustworthy supplier.
Micro Lambda Wireless, Inc. is a member of “GIDEP” (Government-Industry Data Exchange Program) a national organization which shares information on a continuous basis. Additional guidance is obtained from appendix B of the AS5553 standard for additional process guidelines related to electronic parts.
Micro Lambda Wireless has implemented a Quality Management System in accordance with ISO 9001:2015. Download our certificate.
This fast-switching frequency synthesizer keeps the spurious and phase-noise levels low across a total frequency tuning range as wide as 50 MHz to 21 GHz. Microwave signal sources must deliver on many different levels. Depending on the application, they may need