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VEQY-8-63+

Coaxial Gain Slope Equalizer, 8 dB , from DC to 6000 MHz

Product Overview
Mini-Circuits’ VEQY-8-63+ is an absorptive Gain Equalizer fabricated using highly repetitive GaAs IPD* MMIC
process incorporating resistors, capacitors and inductors having negative insertion loss slope. VEQY-8-63+ has a
nominal attenuation slope of 8 dB.
Feature Advantages
Negative Insertion Loss Slope vs. Frequency
Useful for compensating negative gain slope of amplifiers, receivers, transmitters to
achieve flat gain versus frequency.
Wideband operation, DC to 6 GHz
Supports a wide array of applications including wireless cellular, microwave communica-
tions, satellite, defense and aerospace, medical broadband and optic applications.
Excellent Power Handling Capability 31 dBm Enables its use at the output of a variety of amplifiers
Connectorized package
The connectorized package is easy to interface with other devices and well suited for
test setups.

Features

8 dB Slope • Wide Bandwidth, DC-6 GHz • Excellent VSWR, 1.2:1 typ. • Connectorized package

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