Analog Phase Shifter Modules Support Frequency Bands From 5 GHz to 18 GHz

Irvine, CA – Pasternack has introduced a new series of analog phase shifters that are used to control the phase characteristics in the processing of microwave signals and can also be used as phase modulators to control a modulating baseband signal.

These versatile analog phase shifters provide a continuously variable phase response that’s controlled by a single voltage source that delivers almost unlimited resolution with monotonic performance. The analog control feature is popular for communications applications, radar systems and test equipment.

The PE82P2000 covers 5 GHz to 18 GHz with a continuously variable and monotonic phase shift range of 0° to 400° typical and 7 dB insertion loss. The analog control voltage ranges from 0V to +10V and supports a modulation bandwidth of 50 MHz. The PE82P2001 covers 6 GHz to 15 GHz with a continuously variable and monotonic phase shift range of 0° to 800° typical and 6 dB insertion loss. The analog control voltage range is 0V to +5V and supports a modulation bandwidth of 50 MHz.

Both models are available in rugged Kovar packages that feature gold-over-nickel plating and are hermetically sealed. These analog phase shifters are highly reliable and are guaranteed to meet MIL-STD environmental test conditions. The versatile drop-in package designs are compact and support field replaceable SMA connectors for a coaxial interface, or the pin package can be integrated onto a printed circuit board assembly.

For more information, visit https://www.pasternack.com/pages/RF-Microwave-and-Millimeter-Wave-Products/analog-phase-shifters.html
 

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