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RF Detectors

JFW RF Detector Output VoltageJFW’s online RF detector models are listed in the table below.  Our RF detectors use a circuit with a zero-biased Schottky detector diode to convert the RF input signal into a DC output signal.  As the amount of RF input power varies so does the DC output signal level.

RF detectors are typically used for RF detection on a RF path.  Insert a directional coupler into the RF path with the RF detector on the coupled port.  The coupled RF signal will be converted to a DC signal by the RF detector.  The DC signal can then be used by a microprocessor to determine whether RF is present on the RF path based on the amplitude of the DC signal level.

  • RF Detectors available with positive or negative DC outputs
  • 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm impedance models available
  • Various connector combinations available (i.e. N/SMA, SMA/BNC)

For your specific application, please contact JFW for assistance or use our Inquiry Form.

JFW Model #ImpedanceFrequency StartFrequency StopRF Input PowerRF Connectors
50D-05050 Ohms1 MHz1000 MHz100 mWBNC, N, SMA, TNC Male/Female
50D-05150 Ohms1 MHz2000 MHz100 mWBNC, N, SMA, TNC, 7/16 Male/Female
50D-05250 Ohms1 MHz3000 MHz100 mWBNC, N, SMA, TNC Male/Female
75D-00975 Ohms1 MHz1000 MHz100 mWBNC, F, N Male Female
75D-01075 Ohms1 MHz2200 MHz100 mWBNC, F, N Male/Female

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