Model No. ADM-10M18G-SFF-110VAC 

        

PMI Model No. ADM-1018G-SFF-110VAC is a state-of-the-art 10MHz to 18.0GHz integrated subsystem that allows users to input RF signals and provide automatic detection when signal levels fall below -30dBm and automatically switch in a low noise amplifier such that low level signals can remain detectable.  The purpose of this module is to provide optimum RF signal levels to a RF/fiber converter module.  The unit is powered by standard 100VAC.  The RF input is via a sma female connector and the output is via a sma female connector.  the product is configured such that the end user can change the value of the fixed attenuator level by changing the internal sma screw-on attenuator such that in system optimization can be done.

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Product Feature
Typical Characteristics

Specifications:

Frequency Range 10.0MHz to 18.0GHz
RF Input Power

1 Watt CW (+30dBm) max

Threshold Level -30dBm
Insertion Loss (Input to Output) 19dB typ (RF input > -29dBm & with internal fixed 12dB attenuator)
RF Gain (Input to Output) 15dB typ (RF input < -31dBm & with internal fixed attenuator)
Noise Figure

37dB typ (with no LNA selected & >500MHz)

11dB typ (with LNA selected & > 500MHz)

Output P1dB 1.5dBm (with internal fixed 12dB attenuator)
Internal Switch Isolation 40dB typ
Gain To No Gain, Switching Speed <1.5us typ and per timing diagram
Internal Fixed Attenuator Value 12dB (user changeable for in-system optimization)
AC Power 110VAC, 60GHz (waterproof receptacle, female sockets, 3 positions)
RF Input Connector SMA(F)
RF Output Connector SMA(F)
Size 6.0" x 5.0" x 1.5"
Sealing Internally sealed - weather proof
Finish Painted Blue

 

Environmental:

Temperature:  -20°C to +50°C (Operating)
 -40°C to +85°C (Storage)
Humidity  MIL-STD-202F, Method 103B, Condition B
Shock

 MIL-STD-202F, Method 213B, Condition B

Vibration  MIL-STD-202F, Method 105C, Condition B
Altitude  MIL-STD-202F, Method 105C, Condition B
Temperature Cycle  MIL-STD-202F, Method 107D, Condition A

 

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