Cryogenic Performance of RF ONE Microwave Products
At RF ONE, we often receive inquiries from customers about the feasibility of using our microwave products in cryogenic applications. We would like to share the actual data to demonstrate that our 27GHz SMA 2W attenuator functions well at cryogenic temperatures.
Cable Thermal Shock Test
We perform thermal shock in accordance with method 107 of MIL-STD-202.
The purpose of this test is to determine the resistance of our Flexible RF Cable Assemblies to the exposures at high and low temperatures and to the shock of alternate exposures to these extreme temperatures.
Qualification and Acceptance Testing Specification for Flexible Cable Assemblies
RF ONE is committed to providing high quality and reliable cables and cable assemblies. We perform qualification and accepting tests based on these standards.
Thermal Shock Tests for Coax Fixed Attenuator and Termination
Fixed Attenuators and terminations from RF ONE are designed to meet requirements per MIL-DTL-3933. In this report, thermal shock tests are implemented for our various types of fixed attenuators including the 6 GHz, 27 GHz, 40 GHz, 67 GHz attenuator and terminations.
Random Vibration and Shock Tests for Coax Fixed Attenuator
Fixed Attenuators from RF ONE are designed to meet requirements per MIL-DTL-3933. In this report, random vibration and mechanical shock tests are implemented.
Power Coefficient of Fixed Attenuators
Power Coefficient of Fixed Attenuators is a very complicated topic, it is defined as the attenuation change when the attenuator is input with 10mW power and up to its max rated avg power. For example, for a 2W attenuator with a < 0.005 dB/dB/W Power Coefficient, when the input power is increased from 10mW to 2W, then a 30dB attenuator would change in its attenuation by 0.3 dB (30dBx2Wx0.005dB / dB /W).