Matrix Switches Products

  1. Integrated Switch Matrices
    6/25/2012

    Ducommun RF Products has been actively working with our individual customers to develop unique testing solutions with our Switch Matrices and coaxial switches.  Ducommun RF Products has over twenty five years experience with the design and manufacturing of switch matrix systems.  Combining together our technical knowledge of both coaxial switches and switching systems, we have been able to assist our customers with a variety of solution that fit their unique requirements.  Ducommun RF Products offers a complete, fully supported, turnkey solution that allows our customers to have the benefit of a customized solution at a fraction of the price.

  2. Matrix And Multifunction Switches
    8/4/2009
    Dow-Key Microwave, a leader in the design and manufacture of switching products, acquired its Matrix line in 1999. Since that time, the line has expanded to include both standard and custom matrices supporting the aerospace, military and communication industries for both signal routing and ATE applications.
  3. 1U Electromechanical Switch Matrix with Ethernet, GPIB, RS-232, RS-485, and CANbus Interfaces
    5/10/2007
    Dow-Key Microwave offers a CANbus-based Coaxial Switch Matrix system with Ethernet, GPIB, RS-232, RS-485, and CANbus control interfaces. This matrix performs up to 18 GHz and can be configured with up to four SP10T switch assemblies
  4. 1 To 18 GHz Fan-Out CANbus-Based Switch Matrix with Ethernet Interface
    5/10/2007
    Dow-Key Microwave’s CANbus-based Coaxial Switch Matrix System with Ethernet control interface, performs from 1 to 18 GHz and is configured as an 8X8 full fan-out Switch Matrix
  5. Miniature Multiple Switch Matrix: MS Series
    5/29/2012

    The Miniature MS-series Matrix is equipped with high performance Reliant Switches™ with 0.03 dB insertion loss repeatability across the DC to 26.5 GHz frequency range, and is ideal for test and measurement applications. The small sized enclosure can be populated on the front panel with a maximum of 8 SPDT switches, 2 SP6T switches, 1 SP6T + 4 SPDT switches, or 2 SP6T + 1 SPDT switches.

  6. Expandable Microwave Matrix
    5/8/2013

    The 60-750/751 is an LXI Microwave Switching platform controlled through an LXI compliant Ethernet connection. The matrix is available in a variety of configurations and frequencies up to 20 GHz and features a “Loop Through” option to create even larger matrices.

  7. Overview of Dow-Key’s Electromechanical Matrix Capabilities
    12/12/2006
    Dow-Key provides electro-mechanical switch matrices in an array of configurations
  8. Super Non-Blocking Switch Matrix
    5/5/2015

    A super non-blocking switch matrix has the most flexible architecture, yet most complex when compared to blocking and non-blocking types.  In this configuration any input can be switched to any and all outputs.  In addition to this, multiple inputs can be routed to the same output.  Input 1, for example, can be simultaneously switched to every output or selectively switched to several outputs at once. Input 2 can also be simultaneously switched to every output or selectively switched to several outputs at once, regardless of how Input 1 (or any other input) is routed.  The same is true for all of the remaining inputs.

  9. 64 x 64 L-Band Hurricane Matrix
    2/25/2016

    ETL Systems presents the new 64 x 64 L-Band Hurricane Matrix customized to meet exact RX chain requirements for applications within the 850-2450 MHz frequency range. The unique design allows for the selection of input modules that exactly match teleport or broadcaster requirements. Each input port can be tailored with its own modules including fiber L-band input, LNB powering, variable gain / slope compensation, and RF level detection.

  10. Matrix/PXI Catalog
    8/4/2008
    Dow-Key Microwave Corporation is pleased to present its new Matrix/PXI Catalog, which introduces the most popular, standard, and integrated switching solutions required in today’s broadband market -- everything from solid-state to electromechanical and reconfigurable PXI module switching systems.