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Planar Monolithic Industries (PMI) Intros 10-Bit Programmable PIN Attenuator and a Bandpass Filter

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Planar Monolithic Industries (PMI) recently introduced two new products in their extensive line of RF and microwave components. One is a 10-bit programmable, 30 dB PIN diode attenuator covering 26.5 to 40 GHz. The other is a suspended substrate bandpass filter that offers a wide passband of 8 to 18 GHz. Contact PMI today for more information.

10-Bit Programmable 30 dB PIN Diode Attenuator

10-Bit Programmable 30 dB PIN Diode Attenuator Specifications - RF Cafe10-Bit Programmable 30 dB PIN Diode Attenuator - RF CafePMI Model DTA-26R5G40G-30-CD-1 is a 10-Bit programmable 30 dB PIN diode attenuator with a step resolution of 0.03 dB over the frequency range of 26.5 to 40 GHz. This model operates on a single +15 VDC supply and draws only 50 mA of current. Very high levels of attenuation accuracy of 0.03 dB is achieved. This attenuator provides ultra-fast switching speeds of 300 ns and has an operating input power rating of +10 dBm. This model is supplied in a small, light-weight housing measuring 2.0 x 1.8 x 0.5 inches.

PMI Model No. BP13G-10G-CD-SFF

PMI BP13G-10G-CD-SFF BPF - RF CafePMI BP13G-10G-CD-SFF BPF Specifications - RF CafePMI Model No. BP13G-10G-CD-SFF is a suspended substrate bandpass filter that offers a wide passband of 8 to 18 GHz. This filter offers a low insertion loss of 1.5 dB typically and a passband VSWR of 2.0:1 maximum. Stopband rejection of 70 dB typical is provide from DC to 6 GHz and from 20 to 23 GHz. This model is offered with field removable SMA connectors so it can be used in connectorized form or as a drop-in module. The size is 1.94" x 0.76" 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.

Contacts:

Sebastian Palacio
Director of Sales & Marketing
Principal Applications Engineer
Planar Monolithics Industries, Inc.
7311-F Grove Road
Frederick, Maryland  21704, USA
CAGE Code: 05XQ0
Phone: (301) 662-5019
Cell: (301) 455-9897
E-Mail: spalacio@pmi-rf.com
Website: www.pmi-rf.com

 

 

Posted March 20, 2017

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