RF Attenuators Sport Quick Connect Design

Pasternack’s latest line of attenuators target applications that include DAS systems, remote radio heads (RRHs), base stations and antennas. They are available with QMA, QN or 4.3-10 connectors and support operating frequency ranges from DC to 6 GHz. Attenuation values range from 0 to 20 dB and VSWR as low as 1.15:1. The 4.3-10 attenuator models have power handling up to 15W maximum with low-PIM performance.

 

These quick connect RF attenuators eliminate the need for wrench or torque for coupling. They are easy to screw-on and allow for hand-tightening, which improves installation flexibility. These attenuators are ideal for telecommunication, industrial, defense and aerospace industries. The QMA and QN models are constructed of brass tri-metal, 4.3-10 attenuators are made of anodized aluminum. All models meet IP67, ingress protection rating, requirements.

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Pasternack's quick connect attenuators are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. For even more details, visit the quick-connect attenuator product page.

 

Pasternak Enterprises Inc.

Irvine, CA            

866-727-8376

949-261-1920

http://www.pasternack.com

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