JFW Industries has introduced a series of passive components and RF Test systems for testing Wi-Fi 6E devices. Wi-Fi 6E refers to the IEEE 802.11ax-2021 standard that was approved in February 2021. In addition to the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, this new standard also utilizes the “6 GHz band” from 5.925 – 7.125 GHz.
JFW has introduced a number of new products to support testing the full range of frequencies allotted by Wi-Fi 6E. The RF Test systems include new programmable attenuator assemblies for automated testing, in both benchtop and 19″ rack packages. These units can be configured with varying the numbers of attenuators required depending on the specific Wi-Fi 6E testing requirements. The passive components include terminations and power dividers.
Key Wi-Fi 6E Passive Components and RF Test Systems:
The 50BA-048-95 is available in a standard benchtop enclosure and contains two programmable attenuators that operate from 200 MHz – 8 GHz with 0-95 dB of attenuation in 1 dB increments. It can be controlled remotely via Ethernet or RS-232, or manually via the front panel levers. The current attenuation setting is also shown on the LED displays.
The 50PA-1183-xx is a 2RU enclosure that can be configured with between 1 and 8 programmable attenuators that cover 200 MHz – 8 GHz and have 0-95 x 1 dB of attenuation. The attenuators can be controlled remotely via Ethernet or RS-232, or manually using the front panel keypad and display.
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