Vaunix Phase Shifters

New Phase Shifter models from Vaunix

Published: 28th November 2013

Vaunix have announced two new additions to their Lab Brick Phase Shifter family, the LPS-402 and LPS-123.

The LPS-402 offers a frequency range of 2 – 4 GHz while the LPS-123 ranges from 8 – 12 GHz. The phase for both models can be set from the user- friendly GUI, configured from an uploaded phase profile or programmed using the provided API DLL. The GUI software can track and control several connected phase shifters, simplifying multiple-device test setups.

These USB powered and controlled units offer 360-degree phase control in one-degree increments and store settings in internal memory, allowing them to power up in a specific phase state.

These new Lab Brick phase shifters are ideal for applications such as beam forming, signal cancellation, phase modulators, MIMO test platforms for LTE and WIFI, and phased array antenna systems.

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Vaunix LPS Phase Shifters Series

Frequency Range: Configurations Available up to 12 GHz

Vaunix Lab Brick LPS Series RF digital phase shifters provide excellent phase accuracy while offering one-degree phase resolution.

Find out more about Vaunix LPS Phase Shifters Series

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