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    50dB 200W RF Coaxial Attenuator, 50 Ohm

    Low cost 200 watt fixed RF attenuator for sale, frequency range from DC to 6GHz, attenuation value 50dB, impedance 50 Ohm, working power 200W at 25℃. It is an indispensable component in electronic circuits, specifically designed for radio frequency (RF) applications. This coaxial attenuator operating within the microwave frequency range, efficiently manages high power signals without compromising signal integrity.
    SKU: ATO-RFFA-50DB200W
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    Fixed RF coaxial attenuator employing SMA connector, efficiently controls signal power levels, ensuring optimal performance in electronic communication systems. It is indispensable for maintaining signal integrity in high-power RF environments, dissipating excess power as heat while facilitating consistent and reliable frequency-specific attenuation for enhanced system functionality.


    • Model: ATO-NJKX-06-200W-50dB
    • Frequency Range (Optional): DC~6GHz
    • Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): 1.25 (Max)
    • Attenuation Value: 50dB
    • Attenuation Accuracy: ±0.9dB
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Power: 200W@25℃
    • Pick Power: 5kW (5μsce Pulse Width, 0.5% Duty Cycle)
    • A connector Type: N-Male
    • B connector type: N-Female
    • Directionality: N Male Input, N Female Output
    • Temperature Coefficient: <0.0004dB/℃
    • Working Temperature: -55℃~+100℃
    • Inner Conductor Material: Beryllium Bronze with Gold Plating
    • Outer Conductor Material: Brass Plated with Ternary Alloy
    • Heat Sink: Aluminum Alloy Black
    • Insulator: PTFE
    • Net Weight: 3000g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    50dB 200W RF fixed coaxial attenuator dimension

    Tips: Can I use a fixed RF attenuator to improve signal-to-noise ratio?

    Using a fixed RF attenuator may not directly improve the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) in most cases. Attenuators reduce signal power uniformly across frequencies, potentially degrading the SNR. However, in specific scenarios where your system is receiving a very strong signal that might be causing distortion or overloading, strategically using an attenuator can prevent saturation and improve SNR. It's crucial to assess your specific situation, considering factors like signal strength and noise sources. Experimenting with different attenuation levels while monitoring the SNR can help determine the optimal setup for your particular application. Keep in mind that attenuators primarily control signal levels and may not address noise directly; other methods like filtering or noise reduction techniques might be more effective for SNR improvement.

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