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1. This power meter is designed with for ADI's AD8317 chip and used for RF signal power detection"br"2. Detection frequency range is 1M-10GHz, which can detect an RF signal with a power of -55dBm to -0dBm, and convert this RF signal into DC voltage output"br"3. The greater the RF signal amplitude or power, the higher the output voltage, and the output voltage is proportional to the logarithm of the input signal amplitude, which expands the dynamic range of the detected signal by 55dB"br"4. Widely applied to RF signal detection, signal power measurement, environmental field strength detection, and can also be used as an integral part of automatic gain control and automatic level control"br"5. This logarithmic detector can withstand high and low temperatures, stable and durable"br""br""br"Specification:"br"Item Type: Logarithmic Detector"br"SPI interface is easy to connect with arno and single chip microcomputer with 2.54mm pitch pins"br"Temperature Measurement Range: 0â to 1024â"br"Converter Temperature Resolution: 0.25â"br"Working Voltage: DC 3. 0ï½5. 5V"br"Working Current: 50mA"br"Operating Temperature Range: -20âï½85â "br""br"Package List:"br"1 x Logarithmic Detector
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