Passive Components Products

  1. Bias TEEs

    ETL Systems presents a series of Bias TEEs for L-band (850-2150 MHz), broadband (500-2500 MHz), and wideband (1- 5000 MHz) frequencies. Options include 10 MHz pass or block, and high current versions for powering one or more modules up to 5A and 48V.

  2. Compact Directional Coupler: Model 120706

    KRYTAR’s new directional coupler is a superior performance narrow band product covering the 7.0 to 12.4 frequency range. Adding to the selection of multi-purpose, stripline designs that exhibit excellent coupling, Model 120706 enhances the product line with performance ratings including Nominal Coupling (with respect to output) of 6 dB, ±0.5 dB, and Frequency Sensitivity of ±0.30 dB.

  3. Surface Mount Directional Couplers

    Dielectric Labs Inc. (DLI) introduces a series of surface mount directional couplers designed to offer a turnkey surface mount solution for high frequency incident and reflected power monitoring. These directional couplers span the C, X, and Ku band frequency spectrums, and are available with 10dB and 20dB coupling values, and a common footprint for maximum flexibility.

  4. Military-Spec GPS Splitters

    GPS Networking provides military grade passive, amplified and high isolation splitters for the most rigorous and challenging environments. These splitters are based on the Wilkinson splitter design, and come with one input and 2, 3, 4, or 8 output options. Frequency response covers the entire L-band, or GNSS, GPS L1, L2, L5, Galileo, and GLONASS band frequencies, with excellent gain flatness.

  5. Outdoor Ready Passive Splitters/Combiners

    ETL Systems offers a new series of outdoor ready, IP67 rated RF power splitters and RF power combiners designed to cover the Ku and wideband frequency ranges. With 2-way, 3-way, and 4-way capacity options, these passive splitters/passive combiners are available in models with 10 MHz and DC pass on all ports, or 10 MHz and DC pass on one port. All units are provided with 50 ohm N-Type or SMA connector types, and are ideal for outdoor applications involving telecom infrastructures, satellite systems, microwave links, and radar networks.

  6. Ku-Band & Wideband Passive Splitters/Combiners

    ETL Systems offers a series of Ku-band, passive splitters/combiners with an operational frequency range from 10 – 15 GHz.  Models are available in 2-way, 3-way, 4-way, and 8-way variations. These splitters/combiners are available with 50 Ω SMA RF connector options, and are housed in a rugged, compact enclosure.

    ETL also released a new series of wideband spitters/combiners covering the 2-18 GHz, 6-18, and 2-8 GHz range. Models are available in 2-way, 3-way, 4-way and 8-way capacities, and feature 50Ω impedance with SMA connector options.

  7. Wilkinson Power Dividers

    Dielectric Laboratories offers a series of high-frequency SMT Wilkinson power dividers covering the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range, in 1-way, 2-way, or 4-way models. The devices feature a solder surface mount package, excellent phase and amplitude balance, and a compact size.

  8. Passive components

    HUBER+SUHNER (H&S) offers a comprehensive range of high-quality RF components designed with stable characteristics for the varying needs of in-building or distributed antenna networks, railways, and other test and measurement applications. The adaptors, terminators, and attenuators are compatible with one another, and are very high quality due to H&S’s many years of experience in the development and production of radio frequency components.

  9. Connectorized Ceramic Diplexers and Multiplexers

    Ceramic diplexers and multiplexers offer performance benefits that fall between Cavity and Lumped element diplexer capabilities and characteristics. Most often, they’re used because of a system’s size constraints. Ceramic diplexers are offered as non-hermetic surface mount designs or in hermetic housings with connectors.

  10. X-Band 10W Limiters

    The TGL2217 and TGL2217-SM are Qorvo’s new wideband GaAs VPIN limiters designed to protect sensitive receive channel components against high power incident signals. These limiters do not require DC bias, and are able to achieve low insertion loss in a small form factor, allowing for simple system integration with minimal impact on performance.