Pi attenuator | Article about pi attenuator by The Free Dictionary
pi attenuator[′pī ə′ten·yə‚wād·ər]
An attenuator consisting of a pi network whose impedances are all resistances.
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The TVA, MTVA and HTVA Thermopad products all share the same basic circuit topology, that being the classic T or Pi attenuator
These matched quads simplify the design and lower the costs of voltage-controlled diode pi attenuators operating over the 300 kHz to 3 GHz frequency range.
An application note and demonstration boards are available to help customers maximize the performance of voltage-controlled pi attenuators using these devices.