Coaxial adapter for wireless communication applications

Krytar’s Model 4030 adapter provides low VSWR from dc to 67 GHz frequency range and are designed for use in wireless communication applications, test equipment, and antenna devices for military and aerospace applications.

11/25/2015


Krytar’s Model 4030 adapter provides low VSWR from DC to 67 GHz frequency range and are designed for use in wireless communication applications, test equipment, and antenna devices for military and aerospace applications. Courtesy: Krytar, Inc.Krytar's Model 4030 adapter provides low VSWR from dc to 67 GHz frequency range and is designed for use in wireless communication applications, test equipment, and antenna devices for military and aerospace applications. The Model 4030 adapter is a straight-body style constructed with 1.85 mm plug and jack connectors. This 50 Ohm adapter has a maximum VSWR of 1.25:1 (50 to 67 GHz). It has low insertion loss of DC -7 Ghz and RF leakage of less than -100 dB. It can also be used in applications where measurement systems with vector network analyzers require phase and amplitude stability and repeatability.

Krytar Inc.

www.krytar.com 

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