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New Digitally Controlled Programmable Attenuators for Frequencies Up to 40 GHz

Fairview Microwave recently released a new family of digitally controlled programmable attenuators with performance up to 40 GHz and up to 60 dB attenuation range with 0.03 dB minimum step size. The digitally controlled attenuators adjust the amplitude of signal levels in a variety of applications (e.g., electronic warfare, aerospace communication systems, and test/measurement systems). The designs utilize PIN diode semiconductor technology that generates extremely fast switching performance between attenuation states over wide frequency bands.  Fairview-Attenuators-SQ

Features and specifications:

  • The integrated TTL driver logic control bit circuitry ranges from 5 to 10 binary bits.
  • The command control interface is via a 15-pin female Micro-D socket or USB connector.
  • The circuits are enclosed in environmentally sealed metal packages with epoxy paint finish with either stainless steel SMA or 2.92-mm connectors.
  • Guaranteed operating performance covers a temperature range of –50°C to 85°C.

All the models available in-stock and ready for immediate shipment.

Source: Fairview Microwave

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