signal isolator / RF / current

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    signal, RF

  • Electrical characteristics:

    current

Description

Pasternack RF isolators are used for protection of radio-frequency components from signal reflection and excessive current. They are passive 2-port devices that use microwaves. These coaxial RF isolators work as a one-way trap to cut off the load and the source. This traps or dissipates any reflected energy at the load. The ferrite and magnet construction of these devices determines the direction of flow of the entering signal. Their minimum isolation ratings are 16 dB and 20 dB.
Pasternack 50 ohm isolators come with N and SMA connections. The broadband coaxial isolators have the frequency capability between 1 GHz to 26.5 GHz. The rating depends on the type and style of the device. All have a very low insertion loss. These have 20 W of power and a maximum VSWR of 1.45:1. Most of them are REACH and RoHS compliant.