Attenuators

  • High Frequency
    High frequency systems are among the most advanced RF systems out there--and among the most difficult to set up and maintain. On one hand, higher frequencies correspond to faster rates of transmissio....
  • Component Integration
    Component integration is an essential part of any properly functioning RF setup. While such a fact seems almost too obvious to mention, it's very important to keep in mind the ways in which different....
  • RF Switches
    RF switches are very important to networks and their administrators. These devices allow signals to be routed in different ways and in different forms to a number of different users. Any large-scale....
  • Operational Amplifiers
    Operational amplifiers are most commonly used in audio settings. Of course, since so many different audio systems make use of such devices, it would be difficult for any other field to lay claim to s....
  • Impedance Matching
    Impedance matching is necessary to make RF signals meaningful. What's the use of sending data transmissions if one has no way to process them once they arrive? Matching is not only important on the ....
  • Diplexers
    Diplexers can be used in a couple of different ways to enhance the flexibility of an antenna-based RF system. These circuits are fairly simple in design, but offer performance options that are hard t....
  • 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....