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Types of Attenuator

100 Watt Power Attenuator
100 Watt Power Attenuator

The manual states that when the soak is turned up all the way to 100, the amp's volume is still reduced by 50%. Thus, with the attenuator hooked up, you can go from 50% volume to 0% volume by turning the soak from 100 to 0. I would definitely recommend this product.

A 30 dB 5W RF
A 30 dB 5W RF

Our 50 Watt RF attenuators come in 3 dB, 6 dB, 10 dB, 20 dB, 30 dB, 40 dB and 50 dB models. Pasternack's 50 watt medium power RF attenuators have a total of 42 different male or female 7/16 DIN, SMA, N and TNC in-series and between-series connector combinations available. Each new medium power RF attenuator from Pasternack is RoHS compliant.

A RF Microwave Attenuator
A RF Microwave Attenuator

Coaxial attenuator. The device is made of a milled and nickel plated brass single block and it contains a 20 dB 50W attenuator with SMA male for RF input and SMA female for RF output connectors.

T-Type Balanced Attenuator Circuit
T-Type Balanced Attenuator Circuit

Basic circuits used in attenuators are pi pads (π-type) and T pads. These may be required to be balanced or unbalanced networks depending on whether the line geometry with which they are to be used is balanced or unbalanced.

T-Type Unbalanced Attenuator Circuit
T-Type Unbalanced Attenuator Circuit

T-type balanced attenuator circuit Basic circuits used in attenuators are pi pads (π-type) and T pads. These may be required to be balanced or unbalanced networks depending on whether the line geometry with which they are to be used is balanced or unbalanced.

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π-Type Unbalanced Attenuator Circuit
π-Type Unbalanced Attenuator Circuit

π-type balanced attenuator circuit. T-type unbalanced attenuator circuit. T-type balanced attenuator circuit. Basic circuits used in attenuators are pi pads ...

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