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RF attenuators boast up to 18GHz operating frequency

11 Aug 2014

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Fairview Microwave Inc. introduced its family of 25W, 50W, and 100W attenuators with operating frequencies up to 18GHz depending on the configuration.

There are 236 new part numbers in this attenuator release from Fairview Microwave. Attenuation options include 3dB, 6dB, 10dB, 20dB, 30dB, 40dB, 50dB, and 60dB models for most connector styles. These attenuators can be ordered with in-series connector configurations including SMA, TNC, Type-N, and 7/16 DIN and come in each gender interface including male-male, male-female, and female-female.

RF attenuators

Fairview's RF attenuators have average power ratings of 25W, 50W, or 100W and a peak power rating of 500W. The 25W versions are bi-directional, while the 50W and 100W models are directional. These attenuators are constructed with black anodized aluminium heatsink bodies and are designed with large cooling fins which aid in heat dissipation at high temperatures. Common applications for these fixed attenuators include power limiting, impedance matching, and signal leveling inside RF test systems.

Fairview's family of low, medium, and high power attenuators is available from stock and can ship the same-day ordered.




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