Vaunix launch new wideband USB programmable digital attenuator

Vaunix launch new wideband USB programmable digital attenuator

Published: 28th June 2018

The LDA-133 Digital Attenuator is a bidirectional, 50 Ohm step attenuator providing fast attenuation changes from 10 to 13,000 MHz.

It has a step size of 0.5 dB and 63 dB of control range with reliable and repeatable solid-state digital attenuation. The LDA-133 is sized to fit into a single rack unit for ATE applications such as; WiMAX, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE, Microwave Radio and Satcom Fading Simulators.

This product’s power and control connection is from a standard USB type-B female. It is designed to operate reliably from -30 to +70 C and two counter-boreholes are provided for efficient mounting and placement.

Vaunix Lab Bricks use a native USB HID interface to avoid the difficulties inherent in using older serial or IEEE- 488 interfaces implemented over USB. As a result, you can get to work faster without having to install kernel level drivers. Lab Brick devices can be easily used on any system that supports USB HID devices, including low cost embedded computers. The Windows and Linux library APIs are designed for ease of use with Python, C#, C++, MATLAB, Java, LabVIEW and many other programming languages.

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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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