Expanded line of broadband bias tees covers wide frequency range

06-03-2023 | Pasternack | Passives

Pasternack has released an innovative series of bias tees. They manage various applications, including test and measurement, research and development, optical communications, satellite communications and more.

The company's expanded bias tee offering comprises varied design configurations that cover a wide range of frequencies from 12KHz to 40GHz, high DC and voltage handling up to 7A and 100V, and high port isolation of 30dB typical.

Various coaxial packaged configurations are offered, providing SMA, 2.92mm, and N-type RF ports and DC Pin, SMA and BNC DC ports.

These new bias tees feature compact and rugged aluminium packaged designs that employ a chemical conversion coating for extra protection from oxidation. Also, they support greater operational temperature ranges from -55C to +105C, offering resiliency in harsh environments.

"Our new bias tees are ideal for reliably setting DC bias points for your electronic components without disturbing other components in your network. Other manufacturers do not stock finished-goods inventory and require production lead times of up to ten weeks ARO for build-to-order. But our customers can enjoy access to one of the largest portfolios of in-stock bias tees with best-in-class lead times," said Tim Galla, product line manager.


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