Products/Services for RF Attenuator 802.11

  • RF Attenuators-Image
    RF Attenuators - (329 companies)
    ...signals. Because digital signals are discrete in nature, digitally controlled attenuators have a number of finite attenuated states. . RF Attenuator Performance Specs. Performance specifications for RF attenuators include frequency range, maximum... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Waveguide Attenuators - (21 companies)
    RF waveguide attenuators are waveguide components used to reduce the power level of a signal by a certain amount (gain), with little or no reflections. The output signal is reduced with respect to the input. RF Waveguide Attentuators Information. RF... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Diodes - (46 companies)
    ...for general-purpose applications. Schottky barrier diodes (Schottky diodes, Shottky diodes) are used mainly in high-frequency and fast-switching applications. PIN diodes are used as either switches or attenuator elements. Varactor diodes can be used... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Amplifiers - (564 companies)
    RF amplifiers are devices that accept a varying input signal and produce an output signal that varies in the same way, but with larger amplitude. Basic Information. RF amplifiers are electronic devices that accept a varying input signal and produce... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fiber Optic Attenuators - (282 companies)
    ...optic attenuators are available with either a fixed or variable attenuation range. Optical Attenuator. Video Credit: EXFOTube. Fixed fiber optic attenuators are used to reduce the optical power signal in communication links. They work analogous... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Waveguide Components - (198 companies)
    ...one to infinity that expresses the amount of energy at the input or output of the device. The Electronic Industry Alliance (EIA) approves sizes for RF waveguide components. A variety of RF waveguide components are available. Attenuators reduce signal... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Modules - (142 companies)
    RF modules are partially finished circuits that can be incorporated into larger designs. How to Select RF Modules. RF modules are partially finished circuits that can be incorporated into larger designs. They include receivers, transmitters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Upconverters and RF Downconverters - (134 companies)
    RF Upconverters and RF Downconverters Information. RF upconverters and RF downconverters are integrated assemblies that convert microwave signals to another frequency range for further processing. Generally, they are designed to produce an output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Transceivers - (273 companies)
    RF transceivers are electronic devices that receive and demodulate an RF signal, then modulate and transmit a new signal. RF Transceivers Information. RF transceivers are electronic devices that receive and demodulate radio frequency (RF) signals... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Terminations - (126 companies)
    RF Terminations Information. RF terminations are used to absorb energy and prevent RF signals from reflecting back from open-ended or unused ports. They may include light emitting diode (LED) indicators for conditions such as "power " or "busy... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • http://www.nicta.com.au/pub?doc=3565&filename=nicta_publication_3565.pdf
    The 802.11 nodes are connected via co-axial cables and a programmable RF signal attenuator , as shown in Fig. 2.
  • Co�?simulation�?based modeling and performance analysis of hybrid fiber–wireless links
    RF variable attenuator 802.11 b/g WLAN Access Point .
  • http://www.nicta.com.au/pub?doc=5512&filename=nicta_publication_5512.pdf
    By varying the attenuation on the RF attenuator from 0 dB to 63 dB (in 1 dB steps), we vary the link’s quality from a perfectly connected link to a completely disconnected link. To minimize any external RF interference from other 802.11 networks to our experiments, the nodes are placed in RF shielding boxes that provide 85 dB of isolation from the external environment.
  • http://www.nicta.com.au/pub?doc=4453&filename=nicta_publication_4453.pdf
    To minimize external RF interference (e.g. other 802.11 -based wireless networks), each node is placed inside an RF shielding box, which provides 85dB of isolation from the external environment. The quality of each “wireless link�? is controlled electronically via a programmable RF signal attenuator (A1, A2, ...).
  • NetEye: a user�?centered wireless sensor network testbed for high�?fidelity, robust experimentation
    Through attenuator design and power control, we can configure any experiments across the NetEye substrates to have... One of the important issues when we started building NetEye is that sensor devices may coexist with other wireless devices, such as laptops equipped with IEEE 802.11 radio. It is observed that the RF (Radio Frequency) spectrum of channels 15–24 of 802.15.4 overlap...
  • RF Analyzer
    Its measurement targets transmission, reflection, group delay, phase characteristic of various RF devices including Amplifier ,Coaxical Cable, power Divider, Divider, Antenna, Coupler, Attenuator , Filter, Isolator and etc. Wireless Analyzer - Wireless Analyzer 802.11 a/b/g (108Mb) RF Grabber Probe & Analyzer A Hardware foundation wireless LAN Grabber Probe can get all 802.11a/b/g packet and send them (all captured packets to the Headquarters) using IP Network (basically TCP used at...
  • Evaluating mobility in a RF isolation testbed
    Rather, it simulates changes in distance via dig- itally controlled attenuators . Essentially, the test platform consists of RF -isolation chambers, a chas- sis backplane where modules can plug... RF-Isolation Chambers The isolation cham- bers are radio proof enclosures that provide an isolated environment to accommodate and at- tach IEEE 802.11 devices for real-world test- ing.
  • RF / Couplers
    Its measurement targets transmission characteristic and reflection characteristic of various RF devices including Amplifier, Coaxical Cable, Power Divider, Divider, Antenna, Coupler, Attenuator , Filter, Isolator and etc. ARF-S-LC - RF Shielding Box: ARF-S-LC - Low Cost, RF Box Designed for use with, cell phone, PCB, Key, PDA, Lan 802.11 , Head set, ...
  • http://www.nicta.com.au/pub?doc=5890&filename=nicta_publication_5890.pdf
    The monitor node is connected to the sender-receiver link using fixed attenuators , such that radio signals... In addition, all experiment nodes are enclosed within individual RF shielding boxes (JRE 4400), which ensures 85... Each node on the conducted testbed runs Linux (with kernel version 3.0.0), and is equipped with the Wistron CM9 Atheros 802.11 a/b/g wireless card (with the AR5213A chipset).
  • MAC-level measurement based traffic distribution over IEEE 802.11 multi-radio networks
    An IEEE 802.11b link is connected with a wired RF cable in order to create radio... Attenuator is inserted into the 802.11b link between an AP and a terminal. Due to auto rate functionality adopted in IEEE 802.11 networks, link transmission rate varies as signal intensity changes.


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