Vaunix LDA Series Attenuator

Vaunix launch new Lab Brick Digital Attenuator

Published: 14th March 2016

Vaunix have introduced a new addition to their Lab Brick series of digital attenuators. The new Lab Brick LDA-203 Digital Attenuator is a bi-directional 50 Ohm RF step attenuator operating from 1 to 20 GHz.

Featuring a 0 to 63 dB attenuation range and a step size resolution of 0.5 dB, this model is powered and controlled by connection to a PC or self-powered USB hub, and is 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.

The LDA-203 is available now from MCS Test Equipment. For more information, please see our LDA Series product page.

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