These power dividers/combiners are ideal for testing radio transceivers in mesh networks. They allow signal connectivity over a wide bandwidth with minimal isolation.
MCLI’s 6-Way Power Dividers and Combiners provide coverage of the 0.45 GHz to 26.5 GHz frequency range. This series of power dividers/combiners feature stripline construction, low insertion loss, low VSWR, high isolation, high reliability, and ultra wide band coverage.
MCLI’s PM4 Series of 4-Way Microstrip Power Dividers and Combiners are available with standard and high power outputs (up to 500 Watts CW). The series collectively covers the 50 to 2500 MHz frequency range and features high isolation, low insertion loss, and low VSWR.
MCLI’s 2-Way Power Dividers and Combiners feature high isolation, high reliability, stripline construction, low insertion loss, low VSWR, and more. This series is broken down into two main categories by connector type; SMA, and N. (Other connector options are available by request)
Like all MCLI power dividers and combiners, the 3-way series are ideal for applications involving signal measurement, feedback monitoring, combining/splitting antenna signal feeds, and antenna beam forming. This series is broken down into two main categories by connector type; SMA, and N. (Other connector options are available by request)
This high power, 8-way combiner covers the 20-500 MHz frequency range and has an output power of 400 W CW. It can also be used to achieve 50 Watts/input in non-coherent combining applications. It has an insertion loss of 0.75 dB (max), 1.40:1 (max) VSWR, 20 dB (min) isolation, a +5o (max) phase balance, and a 0.3 dB (max) amplitude balance. For more information, download the datasheet.
MCLI offers a line of Microstrip power dividers and combiners with broadband coverage and very high power, with combining/dividing capabilities with up to 32-way configurations.
These lumped element power dividers and combiners are available in 10, 11, 12, and 16-way configurations. They feature uniform amplitude and phase balance, low insertion loss, low VSWR, high isolation, and high reliability.