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Edge launch PCB connectors from P1dB

  Edge launch PCB connectors from P1dB P1dB offers edge launch connectors for mating with Printed circuit boards. SMA for frequencies up to 27 GHz, 2.92mm operating to 40 GHz, 2.4mm up to 50 GHz and 1.85mm for DC to 67 GHz. Designed to clamp to the circuit board edge, the edge launch connector is read more »

RF Test Probes from P1dB

In Circuit RF ProbingA good method for probing an RF circuit is to use small diameter semi-rigid cables, commonly referred to as Pigtails, to inject an input signal or sample an output signal. Typical configuration is with an SMA female connector on one end and a straight cut semi-rigid cable on the opposite end. P1dB read more »

P1dB delivers Phase Matched flexible cables to your specifications

P1dB has delivered 100’s of phase matched cables to our RF customers. From quantity 2 up to sets of 70+ cables, P1dB has phase matched cables to 5 ps, 2 ps or even 1 ps in some cases. From frequencies starting at several GHz up to 50GHz, P1dB produces flexible phase matched cable solutions. If read more »

P1dB’s RF Pigtail cables

P1dB’s Pigtail cable assemblies, also called Test Probes, are an excellent tool for RF in-circuit test. Test a circuit by soldering a small diameter coax cable (RF pigtail) onto a PCB as a test probe and inject an input signal or sample an output signal. Once tested, the soldered RF Pigtail test probe is easily read more »

Learn More About P1dB’s 0.5 GHz Amplifier Module

When you need to boost your RF signal, you can count on P1dB to have the RF components that you need. One of our most popular signal boosting components is our MHW6342T amplifier. This amplifier will give you a gain of 35 dB, boosting your signal so you have better RF reception over longer distances. read more »

Amplifier Gain Blocks and Modules Available from P1dB

P1dB is proud to bring a great selection of amplifier gain blocks and modules to our online store. Our gain blocks come with minimum frequencies of 0 to 0.1 Ghz, and a maximum frequency of 14 or 15 GHz. You’ll find various noise figures, supply voltages, and quiescent currents all in a ceramic micro X read more »