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High Power T-Switch: 511H-Series

511H-Series high power T-switchDow-Key Microwave Corp. presents its 511H-Series high power T-switch which has been qualified and supplied to various domestic and international space programs for both military and commercial use.  The 511H-Series design is offered with 1.5 kW peak power at UHF, 300 W peak power both at L-Band and S-Band, and 200 W peak power at C-Band.


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Reliant Switch

Reliant SwitchThe Reliant Switch™ is a 1x6 bidirectional coaxial switch with an operating frequency from DC to 26.5 GHz, which covers the typical 6 GHz test range and beyond for high-speed testing. This switch is designed with a high isolation of 100 dB (up to 4 GHz) to maintain RF consistency between port-to-port testing and can sustain a guaranteed insertion loss repeatability of 0.03 dB across the entire frequency band.


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Low PIM Coaxial Switches with N-Type Connectors

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This series of low PIM switches is now available with N-type connectors (in addition to SMA connectors). SPDT, DPDT and SP6T with SMA or N-type connectors are available, which are specifically designed and guaranteed to meet 3rd order IM requirements below -160 dBc; at 1870 MHz and at approximately +43 dBm with carrier frequencies 1930 MHz and 1990 MHz.


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Subminiature Broadband Coaxial Switches for VXI Applications

In recent years the VXIbus architecture has proven to be a versatile interface standard for instruments from many diverse manufacturers to operate within the same mainframe. The VXIbus incorporates the user-friendly features of instruments designed to operate within the General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) (for example, using ASCII-level programming)...
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