Power Dividers Pass 1 To 50 GHz

Jan. 28, 2010
A series of wideband power dividers from ET Industries offer excellent electrical performance at various frequencies from 1 to 50 GHz. For example, model D-1040-4 is a four-way power divider that operates from 10 to 40 GHz with 2.6 dB maximum insertion ...

A series of wideband power dividers from ET Industries offer excellent electrical performance at various frequencies from 1 to 50 GHz. For example, model D-1040-4 is a four-way power divider that operates from 10 to 40 GHz with 2.6 dB maximum insertion loss, 1.65:1 maximum VSWR, and 18 dB minimum isolation. It measures 2.06 x 1.50 x 0.50 in. with amplitude and phase unbalance of 0.7 dB and 8 deg., respectively. Model D-1050-2 is a two-way power divider that covers 10 to 50 GHz with 1.8 dB maximum insertion loss, 1.70:1 maximum VSWR, and 19 dB minimum isolation. It measures 0.85 x 1.06 x 0.50 in. with amplitude and phase unbalance of 0.6 dB and 6 deg., respectively. Finally, model D-118-4 is a four-way power divider that operates from 1 to 18 GHz with 2.8 dB maximum insertion loss, 1.50:1 maximum VSWR, and 17 dB minimum isolation. It measures 4.35 x 2.90 x 0.50 in. with amplitude and phase unbalance of 0.5 dB and 6 deg., respectively.

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