Fairview Microwave introduced an innovative series of bias tees. The new line addresses a variety of applications, including research and development, satellite communications, test and measurement, optical communications and more.
Fairview’s expanded bias tee offering includes an assortment of coaxial packaged configurations, featuring DC Pin, SMA and BNC DC ports as well as SMA, 2.92 mm, and N-type RF ports.
These bias tees cover a wide range of frequencies from 12 KHz to 40 GHz, offer high port isolation of 30 dB typical and are engineered with high DC current and voltage handling up to 7 amps and 100 volts.
The compact and rugged, aluminum packaged designs of these new bias tees are coated in a chemical conversion for added defense against oxidation. Additionally, they support a greater range of operational temperatures, from -55°C to +105°C (-67°F to +221°F), providing resilient and reliable performance in harsh environments.
“Our new bias tees are excellent for reliably setting DC bias points for your electronic components without disrupting the performance of different components in your network. Our customers enjoy access to one of the largest portfolios of in-stock bias tees with best-in-class lead times. This means they do not have to wait for the long production lead times of manufacturers that build to order,” said Tim Galla, product line manager.