High performance RF multiplexer suitable for switching microwave signals up to 40GHz with automatic termination of unused signals
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Our 60-800-504 is a 4 bank terminated SP6T multiplexer and is part of a range of LXI based microwave multiplexers suitable for switching 50 ohm signals up to 40GHz. The 60-800 range is capable of supporting up to 14 banks of 6 channel terminated multiplexers and is ideal for constructing complex microwave switching systems for many applications. Connection is by high performance front panel mounted SMA, SMA-2.9, SMA-2.4 or SMA-1.85 connectors.
The Microwave Multiplexer is also available in unterminated versions with up to 16 banks of 6 channel multiplexers.
A 75 ohm version, the 60-820, is also available covering frequencies to 2.5GHz.
If no specifications are present, please see the product datasheet in this section.
Please note: In some cases, for products like our Scalable LXI Chassis, the specifications can be found on the datasheets for the associated plugin modules that are inserted into these chassis. To find these modules, go to the "Also in the Range" link above.
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|Product Type:||RF and Microwave|
|Max f (MHz):||40000|
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