harmonic attenuation

harmonic attenuation

[här′män·ik ə‚ten·yə′wā·shən]
(electronics)
Attenuation of an undesired harmonic component in the output of a transmitter.
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The RF3482 also integrates 2170MHz filtering and harmonic attenuation, reducing the need for a high loss/attenuation filter at the FEM output and increasing the output power at the antenna.
Finally, integrated harmonic attenuation eliminates the need for additional filtering, therefore optimizing the efficiency and maximizing output power at the transmit port.