Telemakus Press Release - December 9, 2009
Telemakus Introduces the TES6000-30 USB Controlled RF Switch
Jose, CA, December 9, 2009 -- Telemakus, LLC introduces the
TES6000-30, laboratory-quality, RF
SPDT Switch with 30 dB isolation and <2 dB insertion loss. The switch is fully terminated at all ports with a
return loss better than 20dB at 4GHz. The
is the smallest USB microwave switch available on the market. The RF connectors are SMA, with the common port male
and ports 1 and 2 female allowing for easy interconnection. The DC/control connector is USB type A allowing direct
connection to a PC or via a USB extender cable.
The device also has 0.5 GB of flash memory containing all the installation files, data sheet and test results. The
windows based user interface allows simple control of the switch configuration including both ports isolated. The
unit can also be used with common ATE software. Multiple switches can be used allowing complex switch matrices to
be built. Applications include RF routing for various test configurations, switching between two RF sources or
loads, pulse modulation for amplifier testing, redundancy switching and filter banks.
information contact our exclusive stocking distributor RFMW, LTD.
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