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Articles by American Microwave Corp.

SP9T Solid State Switch

SP9T solid state switchOperating at L-Band, this SP9T solid state switch offers 1.6 dB insertion loss, >45 dB isolation, better than 1.5:1 VSWR, TTL control and handles up to 100 W CW. This part features a dual directional coupler on the input and each of the 9 outputs has a coupled port (26 dB).


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Reflective Switch: SWN-2DR- STD

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Model SWN-2DR-STD is a SPDT solid state reflective switch capable of operating from 8 to 18 GHz and handling 40 W of CW power. The switch has a maximum insertion loss of 2 dB, VSWR of 2.0:1 maximum and an isolation of >40 dB. It has a maximum switching speed of 150 nsec. Switching rate is 500 kHz max. Input and output connectors are SMA (F) with solder pins for TTL and power supplies.


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Solid State Absorptive Switch: SWN-18DT

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American Microwave’s model SWN-18DT is a low profile SP18T solid state absorptive switch capable of operating from 0.5 to 10 GHz and handling more than 20 W of CW power. This switch is designed for high volume production offering very repeatable specifications.


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AMC Touts New Integrated Switch Matrix Technology

At IMS 2011, American Microwave Corp. (AMC) featured its new integrated switch matrix technology. AMC brings microwave integrated circuit technology to the solid-state switch matrix resulting in a hybrid switch matrix on a single substrate (SMS). Using a multilayer substrate, AMC is able to meet customers' needs for low...
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Switch Matrix on a Substrate

SwitchMatrixAmerican Microwave Corp. brings microwave integrated circuit technology to the solid-state switch matrix resulting in a hybrid switch matrix on a single substrate. Using a multilayer substrate, AMC is able to design for SMT production various configurations of RF/microwave switches with custom driver/logic circuitry and custom mechanical requirements.


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PIN Diode Switch SWNN-3DR-06T

PinDiodeSwitchSWNNThe engineers and technicians at AMC have worked together to develop a new PIN diode switch circuit that allows for excellent insertion loss and isolation. Initial configurations will be SPST and SP3T. AMC Model Number SWNN-3DR-06T is a SP3T Reflective Solid State PIN Diode Switch with very low loss.


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Programmable Attenuator: DVAT-0518-60-8-SK-193

ProgramAttenDVATAMERICAN 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.


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Phase Invariant Digital Programmable Attenuator

PI-DVAN-8012-JC_100This Phase Invariant Digital Programmable Attenuator offers essentially constant phase, adjustable attenuation over 40 dB in the 8 to 12 GHz range. It utilizes a unique double balanced arrangement of diodes and quadrature couplers to achieve the phase independent attenuation characteristics usable over 6 to 18 GHz.


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Digital Programmable Attenuator

AMC_pic5American Microwave Corp. announces its latest product development. AMC Model Number APD3-0080G-0180G-111A is an 8 to 18 GHz phase invariant digital programmable attenuator. A double balanced arrangement of quadrature couplers and pin diodes gives phase invariant attenuation. It has an attenuation range of 32 dB, insertion loss of <5.5 dB, VSWR of 2.0:1.


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Programmable Attenuator: M-DVAN-6018-60DD-SK

AAmerican_Microwave_Product_Photo_asmallmerican Microwave Corporation Inc. announces an improved programmable attenuator. This attenuator incorporates a new linearization circuit to enable fast and accurate attenuation switching. The new design focuses on quick settling and stable operation over temperature extremes.


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