When input power must be split among multiple transistors in an amplifier, the amplifiers themselves, antennas, or in an enormous number of other scenarios, power dividers are the answer. Not surprisingly, they are manufactured by dozens of companies throughout the world and represent a significant portion of the RF and microwave passive-component market. At first glance, RF and microwave power dividers appear simple. But each type has unique characteristics, so choosing the best one for a
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