The 40-782A-532 is a dual transfer switch and is part of our range of PXI microwave switching modules. It has a characteristic impedance of 50Ω and a maximum operating frequency of 26.5GHz. Connections are made via front panel mounted high quality SMA coaxial connectors.
Transfer switches have four ports with two possible switch states. In the default (de-energized) state, ports 1 to 2 and 3 to 4 have signal paths between them. In the energized state the signal paths are between ports 1 to 3 and 2 to 4 (see diagrams on data sheet).
Applications are mainly in the microwave region, however there are many uses in the RF spectrum where extremely low insertion loss and ultra high isolation are critical, they may also be used for lower frequency RF applications where power handling to 240W is required.
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|Product Type:||RF and Microwave|
|Max f (MHz):||26500|
PDF Data Sheet
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Includes manual, extended specifications, installation instructions and data
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