Pasternack Announces New 2 Watt, 40 GHz Attenuators

Pasternack Announces New 2 Watt, 40 GHz Attenuators

Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. announces their new line of 2 Watt, 40 GHz attenuators (part number PE7395-xx). This new line of high frequency, millimeter wave attenuators is perfect for applications requiring reliable broadband performance ranging from DC to 40 GHz (Ka microwave band).

Pasternack’s new 40 GHz fixed attenuators are designed with 2.92mm connectors and allow input power of 2 Watts. This selection of broadband, high frequency attenuators are available from 0 to 20 dB attenuation depending on the model. The attenuation value is denoted by the number following the hyphen in the Pasternack part number.

The new 2.92mm attenuators from Pasternack are used in many RF-related applications including test labs, research facilities, military electronics, telecommunications equipment, security devices, production line testing and many others. A total of 14 new 40 GHz, 2 Watt attenuators have been added to the company’s already expansive range of millimeter wave products. These RF attenuators are constructed with passivated stainless steel bodies and Beryllium Copper (BeCu) contacts, meaning they are designed to withstand continued use in demanding environments.

All of the new broadband, 40 GHz attenuators are in-stock and available to ship from Pasternack now. For additional information and details about these millimeter wave attenuators, please visit http://www.pasternack.com/pages/Featured_Products/2-watt-40-ghz-attenuators.htm

Pasternack Enterprises Inc.
Irvine, CA
949-261-1920.
http://www.pasternack.com
 

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