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72 Medium Power Fixed Coaxial Attenuator (N or 2.92mm, 50 W, 4 GHz)

Medium Power Fixed Coaxial Attenuator

Features: 
  • Compact Construction - Lowest size/power ratio.
  • Precision Connectors with high temperature support beads.
  • Designed to meet environmental requirements of MIL-A-3933.
  • Wireless Applications - Optimized for use in the communications bands.
Specifications: 

NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 50 Ω

FREQUENCY RANGE: dc to 4.0 GHz

TEMPERATURE RANGE: -55°C to 100°C (case)

TEST DATA: Swept data plots of attenuation and SWR from 50 MHz to 4 GHz is available at additional cost.

CONNECTORS: Type N connectors per MIL-STD-348 interface dimensions - mate nondestructively with MIL-C- 39012 connectors. SMK (2.92mm) connectors - mate nondestructively with SMA per MIL-C-39012, 3.5mm, SMK, and other 2.92mm connectors

CONSTRUCTION: Aluminum body, stainless steel connectors; gold plated beryllium copper contacts.

WEIGHT: 170 g (6 oz.) maximum

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