Hawki™ Aiming Device for Explosive Ordnance Disposal a Finalist at the CTSS Awards

ORLANDO, FL and GLOUCESTER, England — February 21, 2012 — API Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:ATNY) (“API” or the “Company”), a provider of electronic systems, subsystems, RF, and secure systems for defense, aerospace, and commercial applications, announced today that its Hawki™ Video Aiming Device was named a Finalist in the Improvised Explosive Disposal Devices (IEDD) Category at the CTSS Awards 2012. The CTSS Awards Gala takes place during the Counter Terror Expo 2012 on April 25th in London.

“We are excited to be nominated alongside organizations such as Northrop Grumman, FLIR, and Land Rover – as well as many other companies who are helping keep our world safe with advanced counter terrorism technologies,” said Bel Lazar, President and Chief Operating Office, API Technologies.

Surface Mount Filters

API's Surface Mount Filters eliminate the need for bulky thru-hole filters and offer compact footprints for use in densely populated PCB's

Terminal Blocks

Terminal Blocks by API are designed to provide excellent EMI/RFI filtering of low voltage DC power lines and control lines.

Filter Plates

API's Filter Plates provide an EMI filtered signal line between electronic system modules and reduce risk of damage to filter elements due to thermal shock and installation.

Low Pass Filters

Low Pass Filters by API offer a low cost solution that provides effecdtive interference protection in a variety of environments.

Filtered Connectors

API's Filtered Connectors offer low ground impedance, ground plane shielding, and consistent performance all while eliminating re-radition.

Gaskets & Shielding

API's Gasket Shielding maintains shielding effectiveness across seams or gaps and is flexible and conformable with no creasing or tearing.

New 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz Diplexer/Bias-T when RF Modulation or DC Injection is a Must

ORLANDO, FL — February 16, 2012 — API Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:ATNY) (“API” or the “Company”), a provider of electronic systems, subsystems, RF, and secure systems for defense, aerospace, and commercial applications, announced today the availability of its new CMD837, 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz highpass / lowpass diplexer, Bias-T from its CMT Filters product group. The CMD837, 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz Bias-T, is an ideal solution when RF modulation or DC injection is essential.

CMD837

The CMD837 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz highpass / lowpass diplexer is an ideal solution when RF modulation or DC injection is essential. Each of the channels is comprised of a seven section Chebychev filter. The individual filters are diplexed to provide for a common port that passes DC to 500 MHz and 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz. The low frequency port allows for injection of a DC to 500 MHz bias, or control signal onto the 1.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz band. The diplexing function of the filter provides -30 dB of isolation channel to channel.

Features: 
  • Size: 1.50” L x 0.80” W x 0.50” H
  • Lowpass Range: DC - 500 MHz
  • Highpass Range: 1.0 GHz - 18.0 GHz
  • Return Loss: -10 dB min (Highpass and Lowpass)
  • Insertion Loss: 1.25 dB (Highpass)
  • Allowable current: 100 milliamps at 12 Volts

AC Breaker and Fuse Panels

API's AC Breaker and Fuse Panels provides for the reliable power distribution of upto 3.84 Kilowatts of power via eight NEMA 5-20R outlets available for power up to 120 VAC auxiliary appliances

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