coaxial switch

coaxial switch

[kō′ak·sē·əl ′swich]
(electricity)
A switch that changes connections between coaxial cables going to antennas, transmitters, receivers, or other high-frequency devices without introducing impedance mismatch.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dow-Key Microwave said it now offers the Reliant R461 (Figure 3), a 1 x 6 bidirectional coaxial switch for ATE applications.
The additions include: SMP2012, (10) SPST 30A Switch Module; SMP2300, (24) SPST 500V DC 50[ohm] High-Voltage Coaxial Switch Module; and the SMP2300-93, (24) SPST 500V DC 93[ohm] High-Voltage Coaxial Switch Module.
Both the active unit and a spare were fitted to the rear of the 4.6m antenna with a coaxial switch to select the appropriate unit.
The eight-channel Model 7446 interrupt switch from Cytec uses solid-state 50-[ohm] coaxial switch modules to control serial data lines with rates up to 1.2 Gb/s and frequencies to 1 GHz (Figure 1).
Teledyne Relays has introduced its CCM-33 Series coaxial switch, a single-pole, double-throw device with an extended life of 10 million cycles.
System variables such as cable loss and coaxial switch insertion loss have been accounted for.
The model 561K-430803E SP6T 26 GHz coaxial switch offers an internal 50 [ohm] termination.
The models 2301 and 2401 bidirectional, coaxial switch matrices are configured with up to 10 SP10T switch assemblies and are directed towards ATE, envionmental/laboratory test equipment and programmable patch panel/interconnect applications.
The model 2101 DC to 18 GHz bi-directional coaxial switch matrix is configured with up to 10 inputs and 10 outputs.