USB controlled digital attenuators with input power up to 2W
June 15, 2012 // Julien Happich
Vaunix Technology has added three new models to its family of LDA Series digital attenuators, with up to 90 dB of programmable attenuation through 6 GHz.
The LDA-302P-H, LDA-302P-1 and LDA-302P-2 all have input power of up to 2 W and frequency coverage of 10 to 3000 MHz. All units are powered and controlled by connection to a PC or self-powered USB hub, and are programmable for fixed attenuation or swept attenuation ramps directly from the included graphical user interface (GUI) software. Easily programmable for ATE applications, the LDA Digital Attenuators can also be used in WiMAX, 3G, 4G, LTE, DVB Fading Simulators, and engineering and production test labs.
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