Vaunix releases new high resolution, easily programmable digital attenuator

Vaunix releases new high resolution, easily programmable digital attenuator

Published: 14th June 2018

The LDA-906V Lab Brick Digital Attenuator is a highly accurate 50-ohm step attenuator, capable of bidirectional fixed attenuation, swept attenuation ramps, and fading profiles.

It provides calibrated attenuation from 200 to 6,000 MHz with an impressive step size of 0.1 dB, and typical accuracy <0.25 dB over 90 dB of control range.

The LDA-906V is ideal for testing WiMAX, MIMO, SIMO, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE, DVB, and microwave radio systems, and for creating fading and other wireless system simulations.

Lab Bricks use a native USB HID-class, driverless interface to avoid the difficulties in using older serial or IEEE-488 interfaces implemented over USB.

As a result, Lab Brick users can get to work faster without having to install kernel-level drivers.

Lab Brick devices and equipment can be easily used on any system that supports USB HID devices, including low-cost embedded computers using Windows, Linux or similar operating systems.

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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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