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PMI Model No. PS-255-2G18G-8B-SFF is a 2.0 to 18.0 GHz 8-Bit Digitally Controlled Phase Shifter with capability for phase shifting from 0° to 255° with resolution as fine as 1.0°. This unit has a typical insertion loss of 18 dB and a typical VSWR of 2.5:1. The DC Voltage requirement is +12 V to +15 V with typical current draw of 200 mA. The unit is supplied in a housing measuring 2.0" x 2.1" x 0.5".
About Planar Monolithics Industries (PMI)
Planar Monolithics was founded basically to take advantage of the growing demand in monolithic-based products using the hybrid MIC/MMIC technology innovations that are mushrooming in a big way all over the world. High performance and reliable products can be obtained by using this technology. Planar Monolithics will meet these requirements. Planar Monolithics organization has been setup to design, develop, manufacture, test, and market complex state-of-the-art hybrid RF/microwave and monolithic integrated circuits (MIC/MMIC) and components, and hybrid MIC/MMIC supercomponents and subsystems. Planar Monolithics provides its unique products for applications in space, military, communications, telecommunications, commercial, and consumer electronics systems.
Planar Monolithics Industries Inc.
7311-F Grove Road
Frederick, Maryland 21704, USA
CAGE Code: 05XQ0
Phone: (301) 662-5019
FAX: (301) 662-1731
Posted July 15, 2015