SUNNYVALE, CALIF. – – – KRYTAR, Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment announces a new Coaxial Termination operating from DC to 67 GHz. Coaxial terminations are useful when terminating unused ports, on isolated ports of hybrids and combiners, and to protect devices from signal reflections.
KRYTAR coaxial terminators are designed for radio, antenna and many types of RF components for use in production, laboratory test and measurement, applications within the satellite communications, 5G wireless communications within commercial, defense and aerospace industries.
Model T5MV is a extremely rugged, 50 Ohm device that operates in the ultra-broadband microwave frequency from DC to 67 GHz. Maximum VSWR is 1.2:1; DC-40 GHz and 1.43:1; 40-67 GHz. Maximum Power is 0.5 Watts, Impedance is 50 ±1 Ohm, Operating Temperature Range is -85°C to +125°C. The dimensions are 0.82 inches in length and 0.36 inches in diameter and the connector is 1.85mm Male.
Additional product information can be found by visiting KRYTAR’s Website: Model T5MV
KRYTAR offers complete engineering services for custom designs that meet or exceed critical performance and/or packaging specifications. A data sheet with specifications and a package outline drawing is available via KRYTAR’s Web site. Additional information can be obtained by contacting KRYTAR, Inc., 1288 Anvilwood Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94089. Tel: +1-408-734-5999, Fax: +1-408-734-3017, Toll Free: +1-877-734-5999, e-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.krytar.com.
KRYTAR, Inc., founded in 1975, is a privately-owned corporation specializing in the design and manufacture of ultra broadband microwave components and test equipment for both commercial and military applications. The KRYTAR product line includes directional couplers and detectors, hybrids, power dividers/combiners, terminations, coaxial adapters and a power meter and power sensors. KRYTAR microwave components are manufactured in full compliance with the EU RoHS-6 Environmental Requirements.