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Ka-Band Satellite Simulator: LSS Series

Ka Band-Satellite SimulatorThe LSS series of satellite simulators enable RF testing of mobile satellite communications systems without the need for cabling and with true portability for optimum equipment location. These simulators are fitted with dual polarized horn antennas in both the uplink and downlink bands and for each frequency conversion there is a separate attenuator providing adjustment of signal levels to accommodate receiver sensitivity and range distance.


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Electromechanical Switches

ELM Switches group LR ePRAtlanTecRF has launched a range of high reliability, long life electromechanical switches, with many popular models available from stock. These high reliability switches come in configurations from single pole single throw (SPDT) through to SP10T, allowing a microwave signal to be switched from a common input to a number of outputs. Typical performance figures of 0.5 dB max insertion loss (18 GHz) with 60 dB isolation and standard operating temperature range of -25 to +65C.


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Portable Test Amplifier

Amplifier portable APT for ePRDesigned to meet a demand among RF and microwave test engineers, this convenient-to-use and versatile amplifier covers the full 1 to 18 GHz frequency range. The rugged housing is suited to the busy laboratory environment. Built within a cast aluminium housing, 129 x 84 x 67 mm,  the amplifier delivers 35 dB gain and +20 dBm P1 output power and comes complete with a manual on-off locking toggle switch for quick application and removal of the amplified signal.


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ASG Miniature Signal Generator

The miniature signal generator from AtlanTecRF uniquely combines exceptional RF performance and versatility of digital interface in a highly compact package. In addition to the ultra-wide frequency range of 25 to 6000 MHz, tunable in 1 KHz steps, the spearhead of RF performance of these ASG modules is in the spectral purity of their output signal. Phase noise at an output frequency of 1 GHz is better than -106 dBc/Hz at an offset of 100 KHz from the carrier.


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