Switch Matrix Runs 950 To 2150 MHz

March 23, 2011
In spite of its long model number, the MS-5000-16X16-LB-FO switch matrix system from CrossPoint Technologies, is a low-profile, 1U rack-mount unit with typical isolation of 65 dB from 950 to 2150 MHz. The broadband switch matrix offers typical gain of 0 ...

In spite of its long model number, the MS-5000-16X16-LB-FO switch matrix system from CrossPoint Technologies, is a low-profile, 1U rack-mount unit with typical isolation of 65 dB from 950 to 2150 MHz. The broadband switch matrix offers typical gain of 0 dB (no loss) with a typical noise figure of 8 dB and typical VSWR of 1.80:1.

The system has a typical 1-dB compression point of 0 dBm with a typical output third-order intercept point of +10 dBm and typical output second-order intercept point of +20 dBm. It operates on 80 to 264 VAC and consumes 50 W or less power.

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