RF Controllers

Radio Frequency (RF) controllers are a broad portfolio of devices used to test, measure and control RF signals. 


How do RF controllers work?

The main application of RF controllers is transmitter power measurements and control. The output power is measured and compared to certain values in a feedback control circuit so adjustments can be made as required. They will usually operate over a specified frequency spectrum band and dynamic range. If you want to convert a low-power radio frequency into a high power signal, consider the use of RF amplifiers.


What are RF controllers used for?

RF controllers can be used to test whether RF is operating at a certain strength. RF strength is a key factor in keeping up reliable telecommunications because it is essential to maintain stability and range of radio links. RF controllers are also useful in RF circuits and systems for detecting and controlling the transmit power level of the RF signal in a particular band. 


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RS stock no. 195-2477
Mfr. Part No.NCV-RSL10-101Q48-AVG
R 87.066
Each (In a Pack of 5)
units
2500 MHz - - 8 - QFNW 48 7.1 x 7.1 x 0.7mm 7.1mm 7.1mm 0.7mm 3.3 V AEC-Q100 +105 °C
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RS stock no. 195-2476
Mfr. Part No.NCV-RSL10-101Q48-AVG
R 63.983
Each (On a Reel of 3000)
units
2500 MHz - - 8 - QFNW 48 7.1 x 7.1 x 0.7mm 7.1mm 7.1mm 0.7mm 3.3 V AEC-Q100 +105 °C