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Ku-band Tx to L-band Rx, Dual Channel Test Loop Translator - Synthesised LO


  • Description

    Channel 1   Input Frequency Range: 12750 - 14500MHz         Output Frequency Range: 950 - 1700MHz

    Channel 2   Input Frequency Range: 950 - 1700MHz         Output Frequency Range: 10700 - 12750MHz

    The ALD series of Ka and Ku Band Test Loop Translators feature dual channel operation with the ability to introduce different transfer characteristics in each channel.

    One TLT instrument can be used in a variety of test applications for frequency conversions from Uplink (Tx) to Downlink (Rx) or to L-Band and from L-Band to Downlink (Rx).

    Each channel may have different values of Conversion Gain, Attenuation Range, Filtering Characteristics and LO Frequency. Instruments are essentially customised for the desired applications parameters.

    2U high x 19" wide rack mount unit.

  • Options

    -00     Standard
    -01     Specific Programmed Frequency Steps
    -02     Switchable Internal    10MHz OCXO Reference
              Frequency Stability     +/-0.05ppm over 0 to +50C
                                                     +/-0.1ppm per year
    -03     Switchable Internal    10MHz OCXO Reference
              Frequency Stability     +/-0.005ppm over 0 to +50C
                                                     +/-0.02ppm per year
                                                     +/-0.05ppm all causes in 2 years
    -04     60dB Attenuation Range
    -05     1.0dB Attenuation Steps
    -06     Input/Output filters for 60dB Isolation
    -07     LO Filter for 60dB LO Rejection
    -09     Internal Amplifier for 0dB nom. Conversion Gain
    -10     Dual Redundant Power Supplies – Diode Controlled
    -12     Waveguide RF Input
    -13     RS422/485 Frequency Control
    -14     Outdoor Weatherproof Housing (-20 to +70C)
    -15     Special Custom Options

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50 ohm SMA
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