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ERDLVAs

Fast Rise & Fall Time ERDLVAs 0.5 - 18 GHz; 75 dB

Features

    • Fast Rise and Fall Times
    • Excellent Linearity
    • Computer Tuned and Tested
    • Production Ready
    • EAR 99 Export Classification

Description

AKON introduces a complete line of 70 - 75 dB dynamic logging range ERDLVAs. The products operate on a variety of bands between 0.5 to 18 GHz frequency range. AKON’s ERDLVAs have excellent log slope linearity, temperature stability and fast rise and fall times. This new line comes in a compact ruggedized packaging.

AKON products are designed to withstand the demanding environments of Military, Space and Industrial applications. Our compact and ruggedized products are designed to handle stringent mechanical shock/vibrations, temperature cycling, altitude and temperature extremes.

Reliability is a key feature of AKON products and to ensure this we perform ESS testing on all of our products. AKON offers an off-the-shelf screening option called its “H“ series, per Mil-STD-883 level B that is available on all of its RF & Microwave Components. For custom electrical, mechanical, and screening options, please contact AKON Sales: sales@akoninc.com (or) 408-432-8039.

Model Number A15-MH082 A15-MH094 A15-MH095 A15-MH096
Frequency Range(GHz) 0.5-2 2-6 6-18 2-18
T.S.S(dBm) -73 -73 -70 -69
Logging Range (dBm) 70 to +4 -71 to +4 -68 to +5 -67 to +5
Frequency Flatness(dB) +/- 1.7 (max)
+/- 1.0 (typ)
+/- 1.5 (max)
+/- 1.0 (80% of band)
+/- 2.0 (max)
+/- 1.4 (80% of band)
+/- 2.75 (max)
+/- 1.75 (80% of band)
VSWR 2.0:1 2.0:1 2.0:1 2.0:1
Log Linearity (dB) +/- 1.3 (max)
+/- 1.0 (typ)
+/- 1.0 (max)
+/- 1.0 (80% of band)
+/- 1.2 (max)
+/- 1.0 (80% of band)
+/- 1.35 (max)
+/- 1.0 (80% of band)
Temperature Variation (dB) +/- 1.0 +/- 1.0 +/- 1.25 +/- 1.25
Log Slope (mV/dB) For Linerity Measurement 50 50 75 50
Rise Time 20 nS (max)
15 nS (max)
20 nS (max)
15 nS (typ)
20 nS to 100 μs
Available
20 nS (max)
15 nS (typ)
Fall Time (nS) 150 150 20 - 100 μ sec 150
Recovery Time (nS) (90% to +/- 1.0 dB of Baseline) 200
250 (max)
200
250 (max)
200
250 (max)
200
250 (max)
Propagation Delay (nS) (50% RF to 10% Video) 20(max)
15 (typ)
18 (max)
15 (typ)
18 (max)
15 (typ)
18 (max)
15 (typ)
Power Supply Current (mA) +12 (VDC) +500 +550 +550 +550
Power Supply Current (mA) -12 (VDC) +150 -150 -150 -150
Coupling DC DC DC DC
Video Load (ohms) 93 +/- 1 93 +/- 1 93 +/- 1 93 +/- 1
Size Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4
Operating Temperature (°C) -20 to +85 -20 to +85 -20 to +85 -20 to +85
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AKON, Inc. and it’s affiliates reserve the right to make changes to the product(s) or information contained herein without notice.
All products are measured in 50-ohm system, over a temperature Range of -20° to +85° C.

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