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Programmable Attenuator Delay Matrix

August 1, 2013
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Renaissance has designed a 12 x 12 programmable delay line (PDL) matrix that can be used to simulate targets for phased array radar and receiver optimization.

Each of the 12 inputs is connected to dividers, programmable attenuators and a programmable delay line matrix.

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



Frequency…DC-3 GHz

Attenuation…90/1 dB

Return Loss…15 dB


Power CW…20 dBm

Delay…10 bit, 5 pS step

Switching time…100 ns

Temperature…-40 to +85°C

Size…19.0” x 30” x 8RU


More information available here: Datasheet link 


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