Model 3T Fixed Coaxial Attenuator (Miniature SMA, DC-12.4 GHz)

Ruggedized SMA Connectors. Add Prefix M for double male and F for double female connectors.

Features: 
  • Rugged injection molded connectors.
  • Designed to meet environmental requirements of MIL-A-3933
  • Small Package Size
  • Usable to 22 GHz
Specifications: 

POWER RATING: 2 watts average to 25°C ambient temperature, derated linearly to 0.5 watts at 125°C. 500 watts peak (5 μsec pulse width; 0.2% duty cycle).

POWER COEFFICIENT: < 0.005 dB/dB/watts

TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT: < 0.0004 dB/dB/°C TEMPERATURE RANGE: -55°C to +125°C

TEST DATA: Swept data plots of attenuation and SWR from 50 MHz to 12.4 / 18 GHz is available at additional cost.

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

CONSTRUCTION: Passivated stainless steel body and connectors; gold plated beryllium copper contacts.

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