News and Events:
3-7, 2005We had been taking part at EuMW-2005 (European Microwave Week)
CNIT La Défense Center, Paris.
We had been taking part at IEEE MTT-S IMS-2005, Long Beach, CA.
19 March 2005
The company announced availability of Gigabit Ethernet
mm-wave links for FCC E-band. These links will be promoted in
US by affiliated partner ElvaLink LLC.
22 Feb 2005
At the conference
"INFOCOMMUNICATIONS: POSSIBILITIES AND DEVELOPMENT" within
Norwecom-2005 trade show in St.Petersburg, ELVA-1 director
Daniel Korneev spoke with report on ELVA-1 Mm-wave Telecom
2 Dec 2004
ElvaLink LLC successfully tested PPC-100 link at customer site
in Michigan. This testing was done within promotion campaign
for free trial testing available for continental USA.
We had been taking part in EuMW-2004 Exhibition (Amsterdam).
Read a report...
Elva-1 announced that company R&D has developed two new
point-to-point links with 155Mbit throughput. The first one has
model number PPC-100/STM-1 and can transmit STM-1 stream.
The second one with model name PPC-100FE/8E1 is more advanced
and can transmit full-duplex
100Mbit Fast Ethernet plus 8xE1 channels simultaneously. Two
optical mux units with 1xFE + 8E1 ports are included to the PPC-100FE/8E1
link kit. Read press
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19 Aug 2004
Elva-1 Millimeter Wave Division today announced that company
has been granted the CE Mark, which represents
regulatory approval for marketing the ELVA-1 PPC-100 100Mbps
radio links in the European Economic Community.
10 Aug 2004
We have officially received ISO 9001-2000
Click here to see screen copy (issued in Russian and
June 06-11, 2004.
We had been taking part in 2004 IEEE MTT-S International
Microwave Symposium, (IMS-2004) Fort Worth, Texas.
Visitors also attended our presentation: "Connecting Businesses
- ELVA Family of Broadband mm-wave Radios"
by Daniel Korneev, Company Director at
63rd ARFTG conference within IMS-2004.
20 May 2004
New telecom booklet about ELVA point-to-point 100Mbps
radios was issued for IMS-2004 show. PDF version of the
booklet is available on our website (click
here to download, pdf 660K)
27 Apr 2004
Mm-wave camera single element prototype tested in ELVA-1
ELVA-1 tested early lab
prototype for 1.25Gbps (Gigabit Ethernet) radio in 92 to 95
The early 1.25Gbps lab prototype includes
modulator-demodulator pair with mm-wave
up-converters and with
Gigabit Ethernet cards connected to PC on an each side.
All these units are performed in
"on-table" waveguide direct
connection design. This allows
transmitting Gigabit Ethernet data stream with DQPSK or DBPSK
modulation from one computer to another through
ELVA's 40GHz mm-wave Fast Ethernet radio link is deployed in
Riga, Latvia. This is the first mm-wave link for 40GHz-band
licensed for commercial usage in this country.
New article on
Mm-wave links as ideal back-up for FSO (Free Space Optics)
New reports from ELVA R&D:
reducing noise and improving accuracy for 94GHz FMCW radar
front-end, 10mW and 200mW versions
More info ...
6-10 Oct 2003
We had been taking part in EuMW-2003 Exhibition. Visitors paid a
great interest to ELVA's new development, including 94GHz FMCW
Read a report on
17 Sept 2003
Seminar on ELVA Communication Equipment
To meet the wishes of our customers to see
equipment in operation mode, we organize this 1-day seminar at
ELVA's site in St.Petersburg, Russia. More over, both City-1
LMDS and City-A MVDS systems will be demonstrated in operation
not in the lab but at real urban condition of big city like
More info on ELVA
We took part in
on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics
30 June 2003
New product at Microwave Components section -
active Frequency Multiplier.
19 June 2003
One of our leading products, the
Millimeter Wave Industrial Distance Sensor, was reviewed
in May issue of Microwave Engineering Europe magazine. We
received the PDF copy of the article from Mrs Helen Duncan,
Chief editor of MWEE. You are very welcome to
article from our website (PDF, 42K).
13 June 2003
We received a jpg copy of a small announce our
antennas at May issue of in the IMS-2003 issue (May issue)
of Microwave Journal.
You are very welcome to
announce from our website (JPG, 48K).
We took part in IEEE
International Microwave Symposium