Coaxial Dynamics Launches Terminations

Aug. 9, 2007
Coaxial Dynamics has introduced a new series of low-reflection terminations for applications through 4 GHz. The high-power terminations are designed for average power levels from 5 to 150 W. The maximum VSWR is only 1.05:1 through 1 GHz and 1.10:1 ...

Coaxial Dynamics has introduced a new series of low-reflection terminations for applications through 4 GHz. The high-power terminations are designed for average power levels from 5 to 150 W. The maximum VSWR is only 1.05:1 through 1 GHz and 1.10:1 through 4 GHz. The terminations are also designed to handle high peak power levels from 5 to 25 kW with a 1 microsecond pulse, depending on the specific model. The terminations are supplied with detachable Type N female connectors, although other connector types are available.

Coaxial Dynamics (www.coaxial.com)

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