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Amplifier Research DC7462 Dual Directional Coupler

Manufacturer part number: DC7462
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12-18 GHz, 1400 Watt
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DUAL DIRECTIONAL COUPLER, 12-18GHZ, 1400W
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The Amplifier Research Model DC7462 is a dual directional coupler with excellent frequency range and power handling capability. The wide range assures flexibility in coupling medium power amplifiers to oscilloscopes, voltmeters, power meters, spectrum analyzers and other measuring instruments. The dual directional design allows the user to monitor both forward and reflected power, a much needed characteristic in RF susceptibility testing for amplifier overdrive protection, field control and load protection. Low insertion loss allows efficient coupling to the load. The DC7462 is intended for use with the 4000TP12G8 and other T series microwave TWT amplifiers.

  • Frequency Range: 12 - 18 GHz
  • Power (Maximum): 1400 Watts CW, 6.5 Watts peak, @ 4% duty cycle, 100 μsec pulse
  • Coupling Factor: 40 dB ± 2.0 dB (includes flatness)
  • Coupling Flatness: ± 1.5 dB
  • Directivity: 30 dB typical, 25 dB minimum
  • Insertion Loss: 0.15 dB maximum
  • VSWR (Main Line): 1.1:1 maximum
  • Connectors: WR62 main line, N(F) coupled
  • Weight: 0.14 kg (0.38 lbs)
  • Size (W x H x D): 1.8 x 7.6 x 28 cm (0.7 x 3.0 x 11 in)
Description

The Amplifier Research Model DC7462 is a dual directional coupler with excellent frequency range and power handling capability. The wide range assures flexibility in coupling medium power amplifiers to oscilloscopes, voltmeters, power meters, spectrum analyzers and other measuring instruments. The dual directional design allows the user to monitor both forward and reflected power, a much needed characteristic in RF susceptibility testing for amplifier overdrive protection, field control and load protection. Low insertion loss allows efficient coupling to the load. The DC7462 is intended for use with the 4000TP12G8 and other T series microwave TWT amplifiers.