PXI radio frequency multiplexers

  • 05-Jul-2016 12:18 EDT
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Pickering Interfaces expands its range of PXI 50Ω 600MHz radio frequency (RF) multiplexers with 18 different configurations including a PXI two slot 32:1 configuration. This new range of PXI RF multiplexers (series 40-760) is available in the following configurations: dual, quad and octal SP4T; single, dual and quad SP8T; single and dual SP16T; and single SP32T. All of the multiplexers have versions with automatic terminations to manage voltage standing wave ratio effects (VSWR), which could degrade the performance of a test system. Additionally, all versions of this range of PXI RF multiplexers exhibit low insertion loss and VSWR through the use of modern RF relay technology. For more information, visit www.pickeringtest.com.

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