MTVA RF Variable Attenuator by Smiths Interconnect

MTVA RF Variable Attenuator by Smiths Interconnect

MTVA RF Variable Attenuator by Smiths Interconnect The MTVA Series from Smiths Interconnect are Temperature Variable Chip Attenuators that operate from DC to 18 GHz. They are available in attenuation values from 0 to 9 dB in 1 dB step sizes and have a VSWR of less than 1.30:1. These attenuators have a temperature coefficient of attenuation...
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Ferrite Isolators and Circulators for SSPA Applications

Ferrite Isolators and Circulators for SSPA Applications Overview Solid state power amplifiers (SSPA) have been with us for decades. With each new generation of transistors and FETs SSPAs have extended their effective operating frequency and bandwidth, RF power and efficiency. As the years and technology have progressed, ferrite isolators, and in some cases circulators, have...
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Smiths Interconnect’s SpaceNXT HC-CXH series now tested and qualified for space flights

Surface mount resistors with outrigger heat sink increase power handling capabilities

Surface mount resistors with outrigger heat sink increase power handling capabilities Smiths Interconnect’s SpaceNXT HC-CXH series now tested and qualified for space flights Smiths Interconnect announces today the addition of its CXH Surface Mount Outrigger Resistors and Terminations to its SpaceNXT HC Series of fixed and temperature variable attenuators. The SpaceNXT HC series is specifically designed and...
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Surface Mount Resistors With Outrigger Heat Sink Increase Power Handling Capabilities

Surface Mount Resistors With Outrigger Heat Sink Increase Power Handling Capabilities

Surface Mount Resistors With Outrigger Heat Sink Increase Power Handling Capabilities CXH Series of Surface Mount Chip Resistors and Terminations Smiths Interconnect announced the release of its extended CXH Series of Surface Mount Chip Resistors and Terminations. The CXH Series uses a patented layout to provide improved power handling over conventional flip chart resistors, without compromising...
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