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    60dB 100W RF Coaxial Attenuator, 50 Ohm

    Cost-effective coaxial RF attenuator is a crucial component in electronic circuits, particularly within the realm of radio frequency (RF) applications. ATO available in 50 Ohm fixed attenuator, frequency range from DC to 6GHz, attenuation value 60dB, working power 100W at 25℃. Operating across microwave frequencies, this 100 watt fixed attenuator is designed to handle high-power signals while ensuring minimal signal distortion.
    SKU: ATO-RFFA-60DB100W
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    Fixed RF attenuator incorporating coaxial interface such as SMA connector, seamlessly integrates in-line with RF systems, allowing for precise control over signal levels. It is indispensable passive electrical device in the toolkit of engineers working on high-power radio frequency applications, ensuring the efficient and controlled transmission of signals.


    • Model: ATO-NJKX-06-100W-60dB
    • Frequency Range (Optional): DC~6GHz
    • Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): 1.25 (Max)
    • Attenuation Value: 60dB
    • Attenuation Accuracy: ±0.9dB
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Power: 100W@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: 561g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    3dB~40dB 50W RF fixed coaxial attenuator dimension

    Tips: What is the difference between an attenuator and a filter?

    An attenuator and a filter are both electronic components used in signal processing, but they serve different purposes. An attenuator reduces the amplitude or strength of a signal passing through it, essentially acting as a volume control to decrease signal power without significantly affecting its frequency content. Attenuators are commonly employed in audio systems to balance signal levels or in communication systems to prevent overloading.

    On the other hand, a filter is designed to modify the frequency characteristics of a signal by allowing certain frequencies to pass while attenuating others. Filters are used to shape or isolate specific frequency components within a signal, such as eliminating noise or selecting a particular band of frequencies. Unlike attenuators, filters primarily focus on frequency manipulation rather than signal strength adjustment. In summary, while attenuators control signal strength, filters manipulate the frequency content of a signal for various applications.

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