HYPERLABS Introduces First 20 GHz Surface Mount / Drop-in Balun with ± 0.25 dB Amplitude and ± 0.5 Degree Phase Matching

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HYPERLABS has introduced the HL9403 Drop-in Broadband Amplitude- and Phase-matched Balun, the world's first Surface Mount Technology / Drop-in balun with 20 GHz of bandwidth, ± 0.25 dB amplitude matching, and ± 0.5 degree phase matching.

HL9403 Drop-in Broadband Amplitude- and Phase-Matched Balun

HL9403 Drop-in Broadband Amplitude- and Phase-Matched Balun

"The 20 GHz bandwidth, performance, and size of the HL9403 make it very attractive for high-end engineering applications in aerospace, military, and R&D labs."

HYPERLABS, a leading provider of test and measurement instruments and components, is proud to announce the release of the HL9403 Drop-in Broadband Amplitude- and Phase-matched Balun. This component is the world's first Surface Mount Technology (SMT) / Drop-in balun with 20 GHz of bandwidth (-3 dB), ± 0.25 dB amplitude matching, and ± 0.5 degree phase matching.

"The HL9403 represents the logical progression of our product development," says Agoston Agoston, Ph.D., Founder and President of HYPERLABS, Inc. "We built a 20 GHz modular balun last year, so it only made sense to build and drop-in version as well. The 20 GHz bandwidth, performance, and size of the HL9403 make it very attractive for high-end engineering applications in aerospace, military, and R&D labs."

At less than 1/2 square inch in surface area, the HL9403 can be installed directly onto printed circuit boards, saving valuable space and allowing for maximum system performance.

According to Brian Doxey, VP Sales & Marketing of HYPERLABS, Inc., the release of the HL9403 was timed to coincide with the company's 21st anniversary. "I can't think of a better way to show how far we've come than to release a product that no one else knows how to make," Doxey said.

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