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Narda Microwave East Press Release - November 15, 2010

Narda Miniature Fixed 3-dB Attenuator Covers up to 6 GHz

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Narda 4772-3 miniature fixed 3-dB attenuatorHAUPPAUGE, NY – November 18, 2010 -- Narda, an L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) company, today introduced the Model 4772-3 miniature fixed 3-dB attenuator that has flat frequency response, low VSWR, and meets environmental requirements for MIL-A-3933.

The attenuator measures only 1.24 x 0.38 in. and weighs 0.5 oz. It handles 2 W average and 200 W peak power, with a VSWR of 1.4:1 or less and attenuation deviation of +/- 0.3 dB or less. Connectors are stainless steel SMA female.

The Model 4772-3 attenuator is available from Narda for immediate delivery.

Please note that the direct link for this product’s data sheet can be found at 
http://www.nardamicrowave.com/east/index.php?m=Products&e=getPdf&id=3287

Narda Model 4772-3 attenuator specs



Contact:
Website: www.nardamicrowave.com/east
E-mail: nardaeast@L-3com.com
Phone: (631) 231-1700


About Narda Microwave-East
Narda Microwave-East is a division of L-3 Communications Company, a
$14 billion electronics manufacturer serving the military and commercial communication markets. For more than 50 years, Narda has developed and manufactured state-of-the-art RF and microwave components, microwave integrated circuits (MICs), multi-function assemblies, and subsystems in the frequency range from DC to 60 GHz for both commercial and military applications. Narda is also the world leader in RF safety products, and a leading manufacturer of fiber optic modulator drivers and oscillators for OC-192 and OC-768 applications. Narda maintains the world's largest inventory of RF and microwave components, many available from stock.

About L-3 Communications
Headquartered in New York City, L-3 Communications is a leading provider of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems, secure communications systems, aircraft modernization, training, and government services. The company is a leading merchant supplier of a broad array of high technology products, including guidance and navigation, sensors, scanners, fuzes, data links, propulsion systems, simulators, avionics, electro optics, satellite communications, electrical power equipment, encryption, intelligence systems, antennas and microwave components. L-3 also supports a variety of Homeland Security initiatives with products and services. Its customers include the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, selected U.S. Government intelligence agencies and aerospace prime contractors.






Posted  11/22/2010
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