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RCDAT-4000-120

USB/ETH PROGRAMMABLE ATTEN

Key Features Programmable Attenuator Feature Advantages USB & Ethernet control USB HID and Ethernet (HTTP / Telnet) interfaces provide easy compatibility with a wide range of software setups and programming environments Programmable attenuation sweep and Hop sequences The RCDAT-6000-110 can be programmed with a timed sequence of attenuation settings, to run without any additional external control. 110 dB attenuation range. The RCDAT-6000-110 provides high-accuracy attenuation up to 110 dB in 0.25 dB steps, allowing the user precise level control over a broad attenuation and frequency range. High linearity Typical input IP3 of +53 dBm up to 6000 MHz. RCDAT-6000-110 USB / Ethernet 50 0 – 110 dB, 0.25 dB step 1 to 6000 MHz

Features

Wide attenuation range, 120 dB • Short attenuation transition time (650 ns) • Fine attenuation resolution, 0.25 dB

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