[AMRadio] What's a Daven 1030-G?

John Lawson jpl15 at panix.com
Sat Feb 3 22:16:24 EST 2007

    Hi Don - that's the "guts" of a switch-step attenuator of from 1 to 50 

   You insert the network and then operate the switches to 'add up' to the 
attenuation value you need - for example to get 6 dB of atten, operate the 
switches for the '1', '2', and '3' terminals....   and so on for any value 
up to '50' - which would be all switches 'on'.   The 'C' terminal is one 
"leg" of the network, and all the switches are commoned to form the other 
'leg' - with bypasses on other poles if '0' dB is wanted.



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