- Buyers Guide
Mini-Circuits VAT, HAT, and UNAT fixed attenuators provide precision performance at economical prices. Covering from DC up to 6 GHz and available with attenuation values from 1 to 30 dB, the rugged attenuators feature innovative unibody construction for outstanding reliability. These low-cost fixed attenuators offer the low VSWR, outstanding attenuation flatness, and repeatability that make them ideal for a wide range of laboratory and production applications.
Planar Monolithics Idustries Inc. is pleased to announce the development of it’s new 0.5 to 18 GHz 2 way power divider, model number: APD-2-0518-YR1. The insertion loss and isolation from 0.5 to 8 GHz and 8 to 18 GHz are 1.8 dB max, 16.5 dB min and 3.5 dB max, 21 dB min, respectively.
American Microwave Corp. (AMC) is proud to announce the development of its Model No.: SWCH1-DC40-SK. This SPST switch operates between the DC to 40 GHz frequency range with an insertion loss of 6.8 dB maximum, isolation of 55 dB minimum, and with an ultra high speed switching time of 15 nS maximum.
The AMC Model No: MSR-8DT-07- AKG-STANDARD Option 0120 is An Absorptive / Non-Reflective SP8T, Broad Band Switch that is surface mountable, miniature in size. It works from 0.1 GHz to 20 GHz. Insertion Loss is 6 dB Maximum and has Isolation of 110 dB Minimum.
Planar Monolithics Industries Model No: PS-90-8018 Option 812, HS15NS is a high speed 0 to 180 degree, miniature, bi-phase modulator / phase shifter with TTL control logic (ECL logic available). This high speed model has 15 nS delay on/off and operates between 8 to 12 GHz.
AMERICAN MICROWAVE CORPORATION, INC. announces an improved programmable 0.5 to 18 GHz attenuator. This incorporates a new driver circuit with faster switching and more accurate attenuation. Low insertion loss and stable operation over temperature extremes.
American Microwave offers an integrated 70 dB Detector Log Video Amplifier, Model Number: MDLVD-618-70-AD-ETHER, with a 16 Bit Digital Output through an Ethernet Interface.
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