DLVA

AcronymDefinition
DLVADetector Log Video Amplifier
DLVADetector Logarithmic Video Amplifier
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The typical logging error curve of the LVD-218-70/75 (option 618) DLVA is shown in Figure 1.
The LVD-218-70/75 DLVA is also available in other frequency ranges of 2 to 18 GHz, 2 to 8 GHz, 2 to 6 GHz, 2 to 4 GHz, 4 to 8 GHz and 8 to 18 GHz, as well as in dynamic ranges of 40 dB and 55 dB over an instantaneous RF bandwidth of 0.
The LVD-218-50 DLVA is commercially screened and characterized in ambient temperatures ranging from -55[degrees] to 85[degrees]C.
Similar reasons are behind the launch of DLVAs and EDLVAs, namely the growing need for broadband receiver devices produced within Europe, which can extend the dynamic range of the receiver.
Technologies exist now to remove the very heavy and expensive RF/video cable runs between the subsystems; specifically, very wide dynamic range DLVAs (-80 dB) are now off-the-shelf coupled with the use of very wide bandwidth, and light, fiberoptic cables.
b) Various US companies now supply DLVAs with greater than 70 dB logarithmic range with good frequency flatness across the whole range, and with temperature.
He has worked extensively in the design of DIFMs, DLVAs and DF systems in the frequency range of 0.
She has over 10 years experience in the design and development of DIFMs, DLVAs and DF systems in the frequency range of 0.
DLVAs, SDLVAs, ERDLVAs, log IF, microwave sub-assemblies, microwave amplifiers, power dividers, converters, assemblies and DIFMs (digital instantaneous frequency measurement modules).
DLVAs, SDLAs, CVAs and signal processing components, 0.
DLVAs, logarithmic IF amplifiers, FM discrimators, linear RF amplifiers, IF limiters, static RAM, TO-8 RF amplifiers, track and holds, MCMs.