Terminations Stop 800 W Power

Feb. 8, 2007
The ECT line of coaxial terminations from EPX Microwave spans power levels from 1 to 800 W and frequencies from DC to 18 GHz. Connector options range from SMAs on smaller components to EIA 7/16 and N type connectors on the highest-power models. As an ...

The ECT line of coaxial terminations from EPX Microwave spans power levels from 1 to 800 W and frequencies from DC to 18 GHz. Connector options range from SMAs on smaller components to EIA 7/16 and N type connectors on the highest-power models. As an example, model ECT1-18S is a 1-W termination with SMA connector that exhibits maximum VSWR of 1.60:1 from DC to 18 GHz. The 50-ohm termination handles 0.25 kW peak power for 5 microseconds. At higher-power levels, model ECT500-4N is a 500-W termination with Type N conector that exhibits 1.50:1 VSWR from DC to 4 GHz. It handles 10 kW peak power for 5 microseconds. And model ECT800-4N is an 800-W termination with Type N connector that has 1.50:1 maximum VSWR from DC to 4 GHz and handles 10 kW peak power for 5 microseconds. For more information on these and the company's other high-power coaxial terminations, visit the website at www.epxmicrowave.com

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