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ZT-20X6NB

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20 x 6 Non-Blocking Full Access Switch Matrix 0.6 - 6 GHz

Features

* Frequency: 600-6000 MHz * Input Power: 33 dBm max – Average power per port into any A port. * Input Power: 26 dBm max Average power per port into any B port. * Insertion Loss: 15 dB @ 600-3000 MHz , 18 dB @3000-6000 MHz * Return Loss: 12 dB * 80 dB Between any pair of B ports when connected to different A ports Isolation 80 dB Between any pair of A ports

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