Digital Step Attenuator Protects 4G Infrastructure

November 2009
Microwave Journal;Nov2009 Supplement, Vol. 52, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the applications of Peregrine PE43204 digital step attenuator (DSA) for long term evolution (LTE) mobile infrastructure. It explores the functions and capacity of DSA in addressing the complex demands of LTE infrastructure applications and it is suited for signal chain to adjust power levels. It notes that PE43204 DSA makes an excellent match for UltraCMOS devices to meet the rigorous demand of next-generation communications systems and LTE.


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