Analog Devices HMC Connectorized Modules | New Product Brief
Analog Devices HMC family of RF and microwave connectorized modules are high performance, high reliability, hermetically sealed modules that can be used in prototyping and development to reduce the design time for telecom, test equipment, electronic warfare, aerospace, and radar applications.
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Analog Devices HMC Connectorized Modules
Analog Devices HMC family of RF and microwave connectorized modules are high performance, high reliability, hermetically sealed modules that can be used in prototyping and development to reduce the design time for telecom, test equipment, electronic warfare, aerospace, and radar applications. The family includes the HMC-C582 wideband power amplifier with excellent gain flatness across its 10 MHz to 20 GHz range; the 40 GHz HMC-C583 SPST switch and HMC-C584 digital attenuator, both with low insertion loss and CMOS-compatible positive control lines; and the HMC-7891 limiting amplifier that operates from 2 GHz to 18 GHz with a 10 dBm saturated output power over a 40 dB limiting dynamic range. Each connector offers field-replaceable connectors, allowing for direct connection of the input and output pins to a microstrip or coplanar circuit.
- HMC-C582 Wideband Power Amplifier
- 24 dB gain, ±1.5 dB flatness (2 to 20 GHz)
- HMC-C583 SPST Switch
- 7 dB insertion loss, 40 dBm IP3
- 0-31 dB attenuation, 1.0 dB LSB steps
- 13 dBm PSAT, -30 to +10 dBm input power range
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