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Microlab/FXR 100W Low PIM Cable Load N-Male (TK-27FN)

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Microlab/FXR 100W Low PIM Cable Load N-Male (TK-27FN)

Brand: Microlab/FXR           P\N: TK-27FN           UPC: 729198238575

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Microlab/FXR Microlab TK-20 series Low PIM Cable Loads cover from 10 to 100W average power. They are intended for wireless applications, when extremely low PIM, Passive Intermodulation, is required. A typical application is in terminating the unused port of a Hybrid Coupler used to combine different wireless signals. These are also offered as a discrete products in the CT series. The Cable Terminations for 30W and higher require a finned heat sink and black painted finish to dissipate the heat, similar to that found on resistive loads. All powers assume an ambient temperature up to +55°C.



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