Get the best Variable Attenuators from ELINA ENGINEERING! Our variable attenuators decrease the strength of input signals without noticeable signal distortion. This is done either continuously or incrementally and helps maintain constant impedance match.
We Main uses of variable attenuators:
- Mobilecom infrastructure,
- Point-to-point radios
- SATCOM and sensors
- Data systems or
- Aerospace engineering
- Base station infrastructure
- Microwave radio and military radios, radar, and ECM
- Short haul/high capacity radios
Meet the 21st century
There’s no good excuse to use outdated technologies that don’t give you full performance! With our Variable attenuators you can engage in a wide range of advanced applications with a fast, reliable attenuator that will get the job done.
Our variable attenuators adhere to the strictest standards of quality and performance. Every component has at least two ports used to reduce input power and control the energy usage and communication. Our variable attenuators operate in a non- binary fashion and allow you to choose the amount of energy passed on to a machine. In that way, variable attenuators are different from any switch that allows only binary options – ‘on’ or ‘off’ – to occur.
The difference between fixed attenuators and variable attenuators
Variable attenuators are a stunningly simple yet ingenious invention, allowing users to control the output of power on a continuous scale. Fixed variables, on the other hand, can lower the output in a non-binary fashion yet the attenuation is fixed by the factory and cannot be adjusted.
Users who look for flexibility find variable attenuators to be the best choice for them. The attenuators are either electronically or mechanically controlled. Mechanically controlled attenuators are adjusted using a fitting control knob or tuning screw. Electronically adjusted attenuators are adjusted using a control system.
Variable attenuators ensure accurate control and are used in a wide range of applications. Design complicated systems with our variable attenuators and enjoy a higher range of control and accuracy.