Vaunix Technology Corporation, a manufacturer of programmable wireless network test devices, has announced the release of their new Digital Attenuator, LDA-906V and will be fielding questions about it in booth #548 during the International Microwave Symposium in Philadelphia June 12th - 14th, 2018.
Capable of bidirectional fixed attenuation, swept attenuation ramps, and fading profiles, the LDA-906V Lab Brick Digital Attenuator is a highly accurate 50-ohm step attenuator. It provides calibrated attenuation from 200 to 6,000 MHz with an impressive step size of 0.1 dB, and typical accuracy <0.25 dB over 90 dB of control range. The LDA-906V is ideal for testing WiMAX, MIMO, SIMO, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE, DVB, and microwave radio systems, and for creating fading and other wireless system simulations.
Lab Bricks use a native USB HID-class, driverless interface to avoid the difficulties inherent in using older serial or IEEE-488 interfaces implemented over USB. As a result, Lab Brick users can get to work faster without having to install kernel-level drivers. Lab Brick devices and equipment can be easily used on any system that supports USB HID devices, including low-cost embedded computers using Windows, Linux or similar operating systems.
Stop by booth #548 to speak with a Vaunix team member about the LDA-906V and the rest of Vaunix’s product selection including programmable RF and microwave signal generators, switches, and phase shifters. You can also pre-schedule an appointment during IMS on their contact page.
For more information, visit www.vaunix.com.
SOURCE: Vaunix Technology Corporation