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Industry News / Subsystems and Systems / Test and Measurement

Agilent Introduces First-to-Market 40, 50 and 67 GHz High Frequency Switches

June 14, 2011

Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced the introduction of 40, 50 and 67 GHz SPDT and bypass switches. This expands the well-accepted N1810/1/2 series switches with three new frequency options, delivering the only 67 GHz electro-mechanical switch on the market today. These new switches are ideal for customers needing to test radar, satellite, wireless-HDMI and microwave backhaul radios, as well as customers working with high bit rates in high-speed digital designs.

“Agilent is the established leader of high-performance switches with exceptional reliability and repeatability,” said Tan Boon Khim, Operations Manager, Test Accessories Operation, Agilent. “These new series of high-frequency SPDT and bypass switches expand our portfolio of high-performance switches to customers who need to test components and subsystems to 67 GHz and to maximize test efficiency without compromising measurement accuracy or reliability.”

The N1810TL/UL, terminated and unterminated SPDT latching coaxial switches, and the N1811TL/12UL four-port and five-port bypass switches, combine unmatched configuration flexibility with excellent repeatability, long life and reliability.

Additional capabilities include:

• High reliability and exceptional 0.05 dB insertion loss repeatability, minimizing system uncertainty and reducing downtime.

• Long operating life of 5 million cycles guaranteed and 10 million cycles typical, reducing cost of ownership.

• Excellent isolation > 70 dB at 67 GHz, maximizing measurement accuracy.

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