BroadWave Technologies announced a 300-Watt fixed attenuator series designed for wireless applications. These attenuators reduce the amount of power delivered in a transmission line without introducing much noise or distortion. Model series 352-023-XXX is a 50-Ohm fixed attenuator with an operating frequency range of DC to 2400 MHz. Standard attenuation values are 3, 6, 10,…
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Model series 351-276-XXX* are a line of 50 Ω fixed attenuators that produce attenuation values between 40 and 80 dB in 1 dB increments. These devices are rated 2-Watts average power with 1.40:1 maximum VSWR. The operating frequency range is DC – 2000 MHz, the operating temperature range is -55°C to +100°C and the RF…
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