Attenuators

ATTENUATORS PRODUCTS

30 MHz – 6 GHz Ethernet-Controlled RF Attenuation Systems: Model 50PA-XXX 30 MHz – 6 GHz Ethernet-Controlled RF Attenuation Systems: Model 50PA-XXX

JFW presents a new line of programmable, Ethernet-controlled attenuator assemblies. These RF attenuation systems are available in frequencies as low as 30 MHz or up to 6 GHz, in 95 dB, 63 dB, or 127 dB of dynamic range (in 1 dB steps), and with SMA or N connectors. They are housed in 19” rack mountable enclosures, and have 50 Ohms of impedance.

All models are guaranteed to be shipped within four weeks or less!

3 GHz Rotary Attenuators 3 GHz Rotary Attenuators

JFW offers a new family of rotary attenuators designed for applications with frequency ranges from DC to 3 GHz, and up to 3.6 GHz in one model. This family consists of dual concentric, bench top, and single rotary attenuators. They feature ranges of attenuation from 0 dB up to 110 dB in 1 dB or 10 dB increments, and have 50 Ohms impedance, and an input power average of 2 Watts.

L-Band Attenuators L-Band Attenuators

ETL Systems offers a series of attenuators with operating frequencies ranging in the L-band (850-2150 MHz), and are available with either 50Ω or 75Ω impedances specifically tailored to the respective connector types. Attenuation levels range from 3 to 20 dB, and come in DC block, DC pass, DC block & 10 MHz pass, DC pass & 10 MHz pass, DC block & 10 MHz block, and DC pass & 10 MHz block on all ports. Field applications for these l-band attenuators include telecom infrastructures, satellite systems, microwave links, test and instrumentation, military communications, and radar networks.

Military-Grade GPS Amplifiers Military-Grade GPS Amplifiers

The range of military-grade line amplifiers from GPS Networking operates in the GPS L1, L2, L5, GLONASS and Galileo frequency bands with excellent gain flatness. These amplifiers are configured with one input and one output, with a nominal gain block of 20, 25, or 30 dB. These devices are ideal for rugged and challenging military environments.

3-Channel LOW PIM Attenuator 3-Channel LOW PIM Attenuator

Corry Micronics’ 3 channel, LOW PIM attenuator covers the 400 to 3000 MHz frequency range and has been specifically designed for major mobile access carriers who are attempting to measure or monitor passive intermodulation distortion/interference in communications systems.

Variable Attenuators for Broad Market Wireless Applications Variable Attenuators for Broad Market Wireless Applications

Skywork’s new series of voltage-controlled variable attenuators (VVAs) are optimized for use as low distortion, analog attenuators. The SKY12232-21, SKY12233-11, SKY12235-11 and SKY12236-11 cover operation ranges from 1.45 to 5.0 GHz, and have a range of control voltages from 0 to 5.0 V.

Voltage Variable Attenuators Voltage Variable Attenuators

The TGL2767 and TGL2767-SM are wideband voltage-variable attenuators designed for numerous radar and communication bands, electronic warfare, instrumentation, and other RF applications. The TGL2767 operates in the 2 – 25 GHz frequency range, and offers more than 20 dBm of attenuation range with less than 2 dB insertion loss. The TGL2767-SM also offers more than 20 dBm of attenuation range and less than 2 dB of insertion, but operates over the 2 – 31 GHz range.

UltraCMOS® Monolithic Phase And Amplitude Controller: PE46120 UltraCMOS® Monolithic Phase And Amplitude Controller: PE46120

Peregrine Semiconductor presents the PE46120 as a new monolithic phase and amplitude controller (MPAC) enhanced with HaRP™ technology. It is designed for precise phase and amplitude control of two independent RF paths, and is ideal for wireless infrastructure, precision phase shifter, dual polarization antenna alignment, and analog linearization applications. This controller optimizes system performance while reducing the manufacturing costs of utilized transmitters.

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Attenuators

Attenuators are the exact opposite of an amplifier. It is used to reduce the intensity of either electricity or sound. For example the digital impulse that is used to drive a speaker may be stepped down to prevent the lower range speakers from failing. An equalizer in music is a form of amplifier and attenuator rolled up into one. It however targets on particular frequency. Every instrument in a musical symphony and even the human voice occupy a certain frequency range. Each not of a violin for example has a very specific frequency. The A string on a violin is exactly 440Hz. Using an attenuator, one can target the exact frequency of 440Hz and reduce its intensity. It can even be attenuated all the way down to zero. If this were to happen then every time an A not of a violin was played, it would not be heard.

This sort of technology is used to clean up sounds of recordings and other sounds in a recording. It is even possible to pin point the frequency range of the human voice then use an attenuator to reduce it to zero. Imagine if one were to take a recording of a song and attenuate just the vocal portion, the song will now resemble a minus one track.

Attenuators have other more sophisticated commercial uses. The can be used to reduce the electrical impulses that were amplified to travel long distances and may still carry strong energy when it arrives, so it needs to be attenuated before it is channeled for processing.