Bonito AntennaJet ASM300 Antenna Switch and Mixer for 9kHz – 300MHz.
With the AntennaJet ASM 300, we add another component to our supplies of receiving equipment. It is USB-controlled and you can connect up to three different receiving antennas from 9 kHz – 300 MHz loss-free to one output socket.
Additionally, you can combine all three input channels according to your needs. They are then connected in phase to the output socket. Thus you can always find the best combination of antennas when receiving conditions are bad.
The HF-inputs are BNC and are protected against short and pulse-shaped voltage surges with complex ESD protection circuits. Because the voltage supply is integrated via USB, you do not need an additional power supply, which make the ASM300 ideal for portable operation.
Input Frequency range: 9 kHz – 300 MHz (-1dB)
Input socket/Impedance: BNC/50 Ohm (DC-blocked max.50V) ESD input protection: 30kV; max. Pulse power 350 W (8/20µ) Max allowed input power=0dBm
Insertion loss: 0dBm
Output sockets/Impedance: BNC/50 Ohm () DC -blocked max. 50V)
Insulation between the inputs:
80dB typ. <0.3MHz
70dB typ. <1MHz
55dB typ. < 30MHz
45dB typ. <100MHz
40dB typ. <300MHz
Insulation between output and input:
110dB typ. <0.3MHz
100dB typ. <1MHz
80dB typ. <30MHz
65dB typ. <100MHz
40dB typ. <300MHz
Amplitude frequency response (300 KHz -300 MHz): max- 1dB typ.
Amplitude difference of the outputs: max. 0.5dBtyp.
3rd order Intercept point:
Power connector: USB-B socket
Power consumption: max. 50mA (5V DC)
Temperature range: 0-40 °C (without condensation)
Size/Weight: 103x90x32 mm/0.30 Kg
Standard accessories: USB A/B cable (shielded cable with ferrite cores)
The appropriate control software will be put at your disposal for Windows 8, 7, Vista and Windows XP.
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