More about Fixed Attenuators
A fixed attenuator is a device that has a static attenuation value for a set frequency range. It is a passive device that is used to attenuate the input signal level by a fixed amplitude.
Frequency (MHz): This is the frequency over which the fixed attenuator can operate with while providing a constant level of attenuation with minimal reflections.
Attenuation (dB): The attenaution amplitude the device provides.
Power (W): The power level the Attenuator can handle.
Package Type: Fixed attenuators are available in a number of configurations – Connectorized, Modules, Surface Mount Package and Die form factors.