New additions to the Vaunix LDA Digital Attenuators range

New additions to the Vaunix LDA Digital Attenuators range

Published: 10th May 2013

Vaunix have announced that five of their Lab Brick LDA Digital Attenuators are now available with with N-Type Connectors.

The LDA series of Lab BrickĀ®Digital Attenuators includes 50 Ohm RF step attenuators with calibrated operation up to 6 GHz. They connect to a USB port for control and power and require no additional DC supply voltage. The units are easily programmable for fixed attenuation or swept attenuation ramps directly from the included GUI. For custom programming applications, Lab Brick Digital Attenuator API DLL and LabVIEW-compatible drivers are also available.

These attenuators are the ideal choice for engineering and production test laboratories as well as integration into high speed automatic-test-equipment (ATE) systems.

They can also be used in development of low-cost fading simulators for MIMO and SIMO communication systems such as WiMAX, 3G and LTE.

The LDA Digital Attenuators are based on solid state attenuator technology for excellent repeatability of attenuation values. The new models now available from Vaunix include:

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Vaunix LDA Attenuator Series

Frequency Range: Configurations Available up to 20 GHz

Vaunix Lab Brick LDA series RF/microwave portable and programmable digital attenuators include several 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm bi-directional step attenuators with calibrated operation in bands up to 20 GHz.

Find out more about Vaunix LDA Attenuator Series

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