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EQY-12-24+

MMIC Gain Equalizer, 12.0 dB Slope , from DC to 20000 MHz

Description

Product Overview
EQY-XX-24+ Series of absorptive Gain Equalizers are fabricated using highly repetitive GaAs IPD* MMIC
process incorporating resistors, capacitors and inductors having negative insertion loss slope. EQYs are
available with nominal attenuation slope of 0,2,3,5,6,8,10,12 dB. They are packaged in tiny 2 x 2 mm
8-Lead MCLPTM
package.
Feature Advantages
Negative Insertion Loss Slope vs.
Frequency
Useful for compesating negative gain slope of amplifiers, receivers, transmitters to
achieve flat gain versus frequency.
Wide range of values
0,2,3,5,6,8,10,12 dB
Enables circuit designer to change nominal insertion loss values without mother-
board redesign making the EQY-XX-24+ Series ideal for select at test application.
Wideband operation, DC to 20 GHz
Supports a wide array of applications including wireless cellular, microwave communi-
cations, satellite, defense and aerospace, medical broadband and optic applications.
Excellent Power Handling Capability Enables its use at the output of a variety of amplfiers
Small Size and simple to use
(2 mm x 2 mm)
As a single chip solution, the EQY-XX-24+ Series occupies less board space than
a lumped element approach, minimizes component count and ensures repeatable
performance over wide frequency range.

Features

Applications WiGig Test lab Multimeter wave equipment Satellite

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