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Electronic Components & Devices -> Signal Conditioners -> Attenuators


Attenuators




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Splitters/Attenuators handle up to 1 in. dia, 500 W laser beams.

Splitters/Attenuators handle up to 1 in. dia, 500 W laser beams.

Ophir-Spiricon, Inc.    Logan, UT 84321
Aug 22, 2014 Featuring set of adjustable filters for intensity reduction, LBS-400 laser beam samplers are dual-wedge attenuators that control and adjust beam output power that reaches Pyrocam™ pyroelectric beam profiling camera. Compact and portable products measure UV, NIR, or IR wavelength beams with diameters up to 1 in. and power levels from 10 mW to 500 W. Mid-IR and Far-IR wavelength lasers with focused spots down to approximately 1.5 mm can be characterized as well.

Low, Medium, and High Power Attenuators comprise 236 models.

Low, Medium, and High Power Attenuators comprise 236 models.

Fairview Microwave Inc.    Allen, TX 75013
Aug 13, 2014 Attenuators with 25, 50, and 100 W average and 500 W peak power ratings are available, depending on configuration, with operating frequencies from DC to 18 GHz. Attenuation options include 3, 6, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 dB models, and in-series connector configuration options include SMA, TNC, Type-N, and 7/16 DIN. Products also come in each gender interface, including male-male, male-female, and female-female. While 25 W versions are bi-directional, 50 and 100 W models are directional.

Industrial Grade Filters  target AC-DC power supplies.

Industrial Grade Filters target AC-DC power supplies.

Schaefer, Inc.    Hopkinton, MA 01748
Jul 23, 2014 Utilizing amorphous nano-crystalline cores, 10 A Model TER-10ASF and 20 A Model TER-20ASF attenuate high frequency noise on AC lines, minimizing level of conducted emissions. Filters provide surge protection to 1,000 Vac, temperature range of -50 to +85°C, humidity tolerance up to 98%, and attenuation up to 55 dB. Fully potted using heat-conducting insulating compound, filters complement TER Series of AC-DC power supplies by providing compliance to EN-55022 Class B Emissions.

F-Type Attenuators operate from DC to 3 GHz at max power of 2 W.

F-Type Attenuators operate from DC to 3 GHz at max power of 2 W.

Pasternack Enterprises    Irvine, CA 92614
Jul 14, 2014 Offered in 1–10 dB values in 1 dB steps, with 16 and 20 dB values also available, F attenuators serve broadcast, HDTV, and satcom applications in L and S microwave bands. These F 75 Ω fixed attenuators, which meet IEC 60169-24 standards, are used for signal leveling and to reduce strong input signals to sensitive broadcasting equipment. Elements of construction include tri-metal plated brass bodies and gold plated center contacts that lend to low loss and uniform signal strength.

Rugged 2 W, 40 GHz Attenuators suit RF-related applications.

Rugged 2 W, 40 GHz Attenuators suit RF-related applications.

Pasternack Enterprises    Irvine, CA 92614
Jun 23, 2014 Intended for applications requiring reliable broadband performance from DC to 40 GHz (Ka microwave band), PE7395-xx millimeter wave, 40 GHz fixed attenuators are designed with 2.92 mm connectors and allow input power of 2 W. Attenuation from 0–20 dB is available depending on model, and construction with passivated stainless steel bodies and Beryllium Copper (BeCu) contacts withstands continued use in demanding environments.

Fixed Attenuator Pads suit med- to high-power applications.

Fixed Attenuator Pads suit med- to high-power applications.

SemiGen, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
May 28, 2014 Measuring 0.030 x 0.030 in., Fixed Attenuator Pads are available in range of power handling options from 1–5 W CW. Units offer flat response from DC to 50 GHz, return losses of >18 dB from DC–14 GHz and >16 dB from 15–50 GHz, and temperature stability of <100 ppm. Thin-film technology allows attenuator pads to have full side wraps for SMT installation and complete grounding backside to facilitate attachment. No ground bonding is required.  

Programmable Attenuators cover 1 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Apr 23, 2014 Measuring 2 x 3 x 0.6 in., RCDAT Series offers both USB and Ethernet control ports, while RUDAT Series, measuring 2.5 x 3 x 0.85 in., comes with USB and RS232 control ports. Both pocket-sized series provide attenuation range from 0–30, 0–60, or 0–90 dB with 0.25 dB step size, high-speed attenuation switching of 650 ns, and accuracy as good as ±0.3 dB. With GUI software, users can accurately control attenuation over wide range of frequencies and attenuation levels.

Coaxial Fixed Attenuators range from DC to 40 GHz.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Apr 23, 2014 Rated at 2 Watts, BW Series offers attenuation levels from 3–20 dB with flatness of ±1.0 dB or better across entire frequency range. Precision attenuators provide matching to 50 Ω with 1.2:1 typical VSWR. Equipped with passivated stainless steel 2.9 mm connectors, devices are suited for variety of applications including matching, instrumentation, and test setups.

Attenuator comes in face-down taping configuration.

Attenuator comes in face-down taping configuration.

International Manufacturing Services, Inc.    Portsmouth, RI 02871
Apr 18, 2014 Attenuator A-0402WA is available taped face-down in pocket (IMS2652), which enables usable frequency range to be broadened and flattened. Face-down orientation places attenuator elements in same plane as surrounding circuitry, minimizing stray capacitance and inductance effects of wraparounds. Placement also aids in minimizing insertion loss and VSWR effects.

Benchtop Optical Variable Attenuator has multiport design.

EXFO Inc.    Quebec G1M 2K2  Canada
Mar 14, 2014 Able to be remotely controlled via USB or Ethernet, FVA-3800 enables BER testing and system verification in laboratory or manufacturing environments. System has front panel control and integrated power meter, houses up to 4 attenuators, and handles range of applications, including system loss emulation, coherent transmission, as well as transceiver design and testing. Density, settling time, and reliability promote flexible use and enable product to satisfy research requirements.

Variable RF Switch Attenuators support hot switching.

Fairview Microwave Inc.    Allen, TX 75013
Feb 06, 2014 Used to reduce amplitude of electronic signature in electronic scenarios, variable step attenuators come in 3 and 6 GHz frequency models. Connector configurations include SMA and N type connectors with side or rear mount positions. Promoting continuous data reading, hot-switchable models enable on-the-fly attenuation changes without system power down. Models with varying attenuation adjustments are available, including 0–12 dB attenuation in 1 dB steps and 0–40 dB attenuation in 10 dB steps.

Digital Attenuators offer programmable attenuation to 120 dB.

Digital Attenuators offer programmable attenuation to 120 dB.

Vaunix Technology Corporation    Haverhill, MA 01835
Jan 14, 2014 Featuring input power up to 2 W, Model LDA-102E offers frequency coverage of .1–1,000 MHz, while Model LDA- 602E ranges from 400–6,000 MHz. Both units are powered and controlled by connection to PC or self-powered USB hub, and are programmable for fixed attenuation or swept attenuation ramps directly from included GUI software. In addition to ATE applications, attenuators are suited for WiMAX, 3G, 4G, LTE, DVB Fading Simulators, and engineering and production test labs.

Digital Attenuators include attenuation profile feature.

Digital Attenuators include attenuation profile feature.

Vaunix Technology Corporation    Haverhill, MA 01835
Aug 27, 2013 Connecting to USB port for control and power, Lab Brick® LDA Series includes 50 Ω RF step attenuators with calibrated operation up to 6 GHz. Units are programmable for fixed attenuation or swept attenuation ramps directly from included GUI. Attenuation profile is user programmable with capability to simulate real world fading conditions. Based on GaAs MMIC technology, attenuators are suited for engineering and production test laboratories as well as integration into high speed ATE systems.

Variable Attenuators come in different size, power variants.

Variable Attenuators come in different size, power variants.

Narda Microwave - East, An L-3 Communications Co.    Hauppauge, NY 11788
Aug 22, 2013 Variable Attenuator products include 9 models that belong to 4 distinct categories: miniature variable attenuators, low- and medium-power variable attenuators, and high-power variable attenuators. Covering frequencies from .08–26.5 GHz, models offer low VSWR and insertion loss and are designed to enhance environmental performance. Models are available with SMA and type N connectors, and high-power versions handle up to 500 W average power.

Coaxial 50 W Fixed Attenuators offer full range precision.

Coaxial 50 W Fixed Attenuators offer full range precision.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Aug 07, 2013 With power handling capability to 50 W, 2.65 x 2.65 x 4.5 in. BW-NW50+ series maintains flatness of attenuation within ±0.5 dB over full frequency range from DC to 18 GHz. Heat dissipation fins enable unit to handle high power signals and negate need for external cooling equipment. Available in 10, 20, 30, and 40 dB attenuation levels, these precision fixed attenuators suit such applications as high level power metering, high power terminations, and test setups.

Microwave Fixed Attenuators come in two designer's kits.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Jul 25, 2013 Housed in miniature hermetic casing with 1.1 mm profile, RCAT Series offers wide bandwidth from DC to 20 GHz, flatness of attenuation, and power handling of 2 W. To help designers test and evaluate performance of systems, 12-piece K1-RCAT+ includes 2 each of 6 models with attenuation levels from 0–20 dB, while 30-piece K2-RCAT+ includes 2 each of 15 models with attenuation levels from 0–30 dB. 

Microwave Precision Fixed Attenuator has DC to 20 GHz bandwidth.

Microwave Precision Fixed Attenuator has DC to 20 GHz bandwidth.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Jul 22, 2013 Supplied in 2.25 x 2.25 x 1.1 mm LTCC hermetic package, model RCAT 50 Ω fixed SMT attenuator has 2 W power handling capability. Absorptive attenuator, delivering reliable and repeatable performance, is RoHS compliant and suits wideband military applications as well as test and measurement equipment. Cu filled through-die vias and Cu metallization on backside provide low thermal resistance path to dissipate attenuated power.

RF Coaxial Attenuators operate up to 4 GHz.

RF Coaxial Attenuators operate up to 4 GHz.

Pasternack Enterprises    Irvine, CA 92614
Jul 18, 2013 Available in 3 GHz and 4 GHz models, 50 Ω Fixed RF Microwave Attenuators can be ordered with combinations of SMA and N connectors. Units have peak power ratings from 5–200 W, depending on design, and come in 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 15, 20, 30, and 40 dB varieties. RoHS and REACH compliant, attenuators are manufactured with large aluminum heatsink cooling fins that quickly dissipate heat and allow operation from -55 to +125°C.

Digital Attenuators are available with N-type connectors.

Digital Attenuators are available with N-type connectors.

Vaunix Technology Corporation    Haverhill, MA 01835
May 17, 2013 Based on solid-state attenuator technology, LDA series of Lab Brick® Digital Attenuators includes 50 Ω RF step attenuators. These units connect to USB port for control and power and do not require any additional DC supply voltage. Programmable for fixed attenuation or swept attenuation ramps directly from included GUI, products include 1–1,000 MHz LDA-102N; 6–6000 MHz LDA-602N; and 10–3000 MHz, 2 W LDA-302P-HN/-1N/-2N with respective values of 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 dB.

Miniature Surface Mount Attenuators operate up to 18 GHz.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Mar 29, 2013 Housed in 2 x 2 mm package, YAT Series is available in 1 dB increments from 0–10 dB, and with as much as 30 dB attenuation. Fixed surface mount units can handle up to 2 W while still effectively dissipating any heat generated from RF/microwave power. Operating from -40 to +85°C with 50 Ω impedance, RoHS-compliant devices serve commercial, industrial, and military applications, including cellular and wireless communications systems and radar and electronic-warfare equipment.




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