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Delay Line Matrix: 18A4NAD

February 4, 2013
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18A4NAD-FrontRenaissance Electronics has designed a 6 x 6 programmable delay line (PDL) matrix that can be used to simulate phased array radar and antenna testing. Each of the 6 inputs is connected to dividers, programmable attenuators (91/1 dB) and a programmable delay line (10 bit, 5 ps step, DC - 3 GHz) internally. 

The amplitude and phase are controlled by custom software with custom defined UDP protocols. 


  • Frequency 20-2500 MHz
  • Insertion loss 30 dB typ.
  • Attenuation 0-91dB in 1dB steps
  • Delay 0-5 ns 1024 Steps
  • VSWR 2:1 Max
  • Settling Time <200 nS
  • Size 30” x19”x12.25
  • Connectors SMA-F
  • Power Handling +30 dBm Max

Product Features:

  • Broadband 20 – 2500 MHz
  • Attenuates 91/1 dB
  • Programmable Delay up to 5 ns


  • Covers popular radar frequencies
  • Combined Amplitude and phase control
  • Easily programmable and integrated



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