Attenuators Products

  1. Passive components
    3/7/2016

    HUBER+SUHNER (H&S) offers a comprehensive range of high-quality RF components designed with stable characteristics for the varying needs of in-building or distributed antenna networks, railways, and other test and measurement applications. The adaptors, terminators, and attenuators are compatible with one another, and are very high quality due to H&S’s many years of experience in the development and production of radio frequency components.

  2. Multiple Programmable Attenuator System: 75PA-076
    2/2/2016

    JFW’s 75PA-076 is a multiple programmable attenuator system with two individually controlled electro-mechanical programmable attenuators. Featuring an attenuation range of 0 to 63 dB in 1 dB increments and 75 Ohms nominal impedance, the system is perfect for applications in the DC-2150 MHz range.

  3. High IIP3 10 MHz To 1.5 GHz Voltage-Controlled Variable Attenuator: SKY12239-11
    8/25/2017

    The new SKY12239-11 is a voltage-controlled variable attenuator from Skyworks’ series of broadband, flat attenuation, high third order intercept point (IIP3) components. With operation over the 10 MHz to 1.5 GHz frequencies, this device is ideal for use as a wide dynamic range, low distortion attenuator in many applications, including those with automatic power leveling/gain control circuits in cellular base stations and point-to-point radio IF chains, and general wireless systems for military communications.

  4. 40 GHz Fixed Attenuator: 50HFAH-XX
    3/29/2016

    The 50HFAH-XX fixed attenuator covers the DC – 40 GHz frequency range and is available in 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 20, or 30 dB attenuation values. It also features 50 Ohms nominal impedance.

  5. Mini Benchtop Programmable Attenuator Assembly
    3/2/2017

    JFW’s 50BA-024-62 is a mini benchtop programmable attenuator assembly designed for mm-wave testing. It is configured with one solid-state programmable attenuator, and it features an attenuation range of 0 to 62 dB in 1 dB increments and 50 Ohms nominal impedance.

  6. Wireless Network Surveillance System
    11/8/2017

    The new wireless network surveillance system from Corry Micronics comprises the RFMS-2x8*8 8 Channel Matrix with a Probe Port and two CMIATT-4CH-200W 100 W Attenuator banks. It is capable of a range of configurations ranging from one port to over 48 ports. The 8-channel RF matrix switch is designed with a probe/test port where the signal analysis occurs. The 8-channel switch is bi-directional enabling testing in both directions. System frequencies can be customized to the end user’s specifications.

  7. 3 GHz Rotary Attenuators
    6/13/2016

    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.

  8. Multiple Programmable Attenuation System For 5G Development And Testing: 50PA-1019-XX
    1/18/2017

    JFW’s 50PA-1019-XX is a multiple programmable attenuator system designed for 5G development and testing. The system is configured with a selection of 1 to 16 solid-state programmable attenuators. With features including an attenuation range of 0 to 62 dB in 1 dB increments and 50 Ohms nominal impedance, the system is ideal for applications in the 100 MHz to 40 GHz frequency range.

  9. UltraCMOS® Monolithic Phase And Amplitude Controller: PE46120
    2/3/2016

    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.