coaxial attenuator

coaxial attenuator

[kō′ak·sē·əl ə′ten·yə‚wād·ər]
(electromagnetism)
An attenuator that has a coaxial construction and terminations suitable for use with coaxial cable.
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Experimental measurements of a 3.5 mm 20 dB coaxial attenuator were made on an analyzer using an electronic calibration control unit and kit.
The equipment used in the experimental measurements consisted of the HP8493C coaxial attenuator, the HP8510 analyzer, the HP85060C electronic calibration control unit and the HP85062A electronic calibration kit.
Compac also offers a selection of RF accessories, including gaskets, coaxial attenuators, coaxial terminations, filter feed-thrus, connectors and mounting bars.
Medium power coaxial attenuators are manufactured with large cooling fins which help to quickly dissipate heat during usage.
View the new RF coaxial attenuators with detailed specifications on Pasternack's website or by visiting http://www.pasternack.com/pages/Featured_Products/50-watt-medium-power-rf-attenuators.htm directly.
The VSA series of off-the-shelf rugged coaxial attenuators is designed for broadband applications in commercial and defense frequency bands.
This wideband line of chip attenuator pads, shown in Figure 1, provides performance comparable with coaxial attenuators and is designed for use in military and commercial microwave integrated circuit (MIC) applications.