Attenuators

  • Matrix Switch
    Matrix switches are the centerpieces of RF systems. Matrix switches make it possible for incoming signals to be routed to many different screens in a seamless manner. There are, of course, many othe....
  • Matrix RF Switch
    Matrix RF switches are key elements of successful networks. In fact, without a switch most networks would be unable to exist at all! A switch provides the environment necessary for a functioning net....
  • Couplers
    Couplers are among the most useful devices for systems used for testing signals. These units allow two different signals to be compared, a comparison that yields valuable results regarding the operat....
  • Attenuation
    Attenuation describes a loss of signal strength over the course of a particular transmission. This process isn't necessarily due to equipment malfunction. It is simply a natural by-product of attemp....
  • Power Combiners
    Power combiners do just what one might expect. These circuits combine different incoming signals into one stream. While there can be technical issues that arise from this process, they can be fairly....
  • Isolators
    Isolators help RF users to control those sometimes-pesky RF signals. We all know about the problems of signal loss, but sometimes too much signal activity can also be a problem. Signals can get a bi....
  • Signal Attenuation
    Signal attenuation can really wreak havoc on a network. Signals are the lifeblood of any system of cable-based transmissions. A reduction in signal strength can lead to an incomplete or garbled tran....
  • High Power RF Combiners
    High power RF combiners are specifically calibrated to be able to deal with high-power signals. Such signals must be dealt with in a proper way in order to process complete reception and transmission....
  • Circulators
    Circulators are in some ways the opposite of isolators. While an isolator restricts a signal to one particular port, a circulator allows a signal to travel freely between multiple ports. These device....
  • Noise Attenuation
    Noise attenuation is a key part of ensuring clear signals and accurate transfers. While most people might think of phone conversations when dealing with noise, this sort of attenuation can be just as....