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  • RF Thermistor Power Meter

    1830A - TEGAM Inc.

    Thermistor based RF power sensors are universally recognized as the most accurate means to measure and transfer RF power. Compatible with thermistor power sensors from: Agilent (HP), TEGAM, Weinschel, Hughes, General Microwave, Millitech. Supports 100 and 200 thermistors. Integrates bridge balancer and power meter into one package. Four digit calibration factor resolution. Full remote programmability. Heater control for ovenized sensors. LXI Compliant.

  • USB Power Sensor - 100 MHz to 20 GHz, Average, Peak (Pulse), Pulse Profile

    GT-8555B - Spanawave Corporation

    The Spanawave/Giga-tronics GT-8550B USB Power Sensors offer easy-to-use high-performance RF and microwave power measurement. High dynamic range and high accuracy make these sensors ideal for testing in wireless communication applications and Defense EW systems. The GT-8550B series feature a ruggedized body and fast measurement speed. These broadband power sensors provide easy-to-use, fast, accurate power measurement for R&D laboratory, manufacturing test and field installation and maintenance applications.

  • USB Power Sensor - 100 MHz To 8 GHz, Average, Peak (Pulse), Pulse Profile

    GT-8552B - Spanawave Corporation

    The Spanawave/Giga-tronics GT-8550B USB Power Sensors offer easy-to-use high-performance RF and microwave power measurement. High dynamic range and high accuracy make these sensors ideal for testing in wireless communication applications and Defense EW systems. The GT-8550B series feature a ruggedized body and fast measurement speed. These broadband power sensors provide easy-to-use, fast, accurate power measurement for R&D laboratory, manufacturing test and field installation and maintenance applications.

  • USB Power Sensor - 100 MHz to 8 GHz, Average, Peak (Pulse)

    GT-8551B - Spanawave Corporation

    The Spanawave/Giga-tronics GT-8550B USB Power Sensors offer easy-to-use high-performance RF and microwave power measurement. High dynamic range and high accuracy make these sensors ideal for testing in wireless communication applications and Defense EW systems. The GT-8550B series feature a ruggedized body and fast measurement speed. These broadband power sensors provide easy-to-use, fast, accurate power measurement for R&D laboratory, manufacturing test and field installation and maintenance applications.

  • USB Power Sensor - 10 MHz to 18 GHz, True-RMS Average

    GT-8553B - Spanawave Corporation

    The Spanawave/Giga-tronics GT-8550B USB Power Sensors offer easy-to-use high-performance RF and microwave power measurement. High dynamic range and high accuracy make these sensors ideal for testing in wireless communication applications and Defense EW systems. The GT-8550B series feature a ruggedized body and fast measurement speed. These broadband power sensors provide easy-to-use, fast, accurate power measurement for R&D laboratory, manufacturing test and field installation and maintenance applications.

  • USB Power Sensors 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz

    GT-8554B - Spanawave Corporation

    The Spanawave/Giga-tronics GT-8550B USB Power Sensors offer easy-to-use high-performance RF and microwave power measurement. High dynamic range and high accuracy make these sensors ideal for testing in wireless communication applications and Defense EW systems. The GT-8550B series feature a ruggedized body and fast measurement speed. These broadband power sensors provide easy-to-use, fast, accurate power measurement for R&D laboratory, manufacturing test and field installation and maintenance applications.

  • Power Meter & Power Sensor

    Keysight Technologies

    Keysight power meters operate with sensors of various types (CW, average and peak and average), covering numerous frequency and power ranges to accurately measure the power of RF and microwave signals. Applications include testing the output power of communication base-station transmitters, cellular telephones, radar system equipment, and much more.

  • USB Peak and Pulse Sensors

    LadyBug Technologies LLC

    LadyBug Peak and pulse sensors, are very useful in many pulse applications. For repetitive pulses, these sensors provide certain statistical numerical pulse information.Today, most microwave communication and radar signals are pulsed. Fast statistical measurements can be invaluablee. To make the measurement, the sensor collects power levels and places them into buckets; enough time for several pulses to occur must be allowed. These buckets are then statistically processed. The Peak power is located and reported. The pulses proximal, mesial, distal and top line levels are located.Using this information, and per ANSI/IEEE Std 181-1977, these sensors automatically calculate and report accurate pulse power, duty cycle and crest factor to the user, as shown in the image above.

  • Calometric Power Meter

    M1-25M/XXE - Elmika

    The M1-25M/XXE series instruments are high precision broadband Calorimetric Sensors operating in millimeter and sub-millimeter wave range on a principle of substitution of microwave power by direct current power, using an autocompensating transistor transducer. Calorimetric Sensor is supplied with Calorimetric Power Meter M1-25M (measurement and indicator block), which provides PC connection via USB interface.Calorimetric Power Meter with Calorimetric Sensor provides accurate absolute power measurements in single mode and multimode waveguides (Metal Dielectric Waveguide) which could be a priority for terahertz physics and technology.

  • Voltage Variable Attenuator

    Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.

    Voltage variable attenuator series offers up to 60 dB of attenuation across broad frequencies. The frequency range of the voltage variable attenuator components is from 400 MHz to 18 GHz. This line of voltage variable attenuators is most commonly deployed in applications such as electronic warfare, instrumentation, point-to-point and point-to-multipoint radios, fiber optic and broadband telecom, microwave radio and VSAT, military radios, radar, ECM, SATCOM and sensors, and R&D.In most communications systems, the RF components used (transmitters, receivers, mixers, multipliers, attenuators, amplifiers, VCO’s, phase locked loops, etc.) may require specific power levels to run optimally. These power levels may differ from one component to the next in a system network. These may require the attenuation level to be finely adjusted to account for changes in received signal levels or to optimally match the input power into a sensitive circuit.Pasternack’s PIN diode-based voltage variable attenuators (VVAs) provide accurate control and broadband flatness where the output level can be adjusted continuously by varying an analog voltage on the input control line. These VVA’s are ideally suited for use with variable gain amplifiers, power level control, feed-forward amplifiers, and automatic level control (ALC) circuits.Like the other over 40,000 RF, microwave and millimeter wave components from Pasternack, this voltage variable attenuator VVA series is in-stock. Not only are these VVA components in stock, they will ship the same day as ordered.