KRYTAR’s 7030400 and 7030400K 4-way power dividers cover the 3 to 40 GHz frequency range. Each model weighs just 4.1 oz. and measures in at 2.64” x 2.30” x 0.40”. The standard model (7030400) with 2.4mm coaxial female connectors and the 7030400K comes with 2.92mm “K” female connectors.
MCLI’s PLH Series of high power lumped element dividers and combiners covers the 0.01-5000 MHz range. They feature high isolation and reliability, ultra-high power, low insertion loss, low VSWR, uniform amplitude and phase balance, and more.
TRM’s newest 2 way switched power divider, the SWDL22030, spans 0.5 GHz to 2.1 GHz. This compact unit integrates a fail-safe switch into a small package. It is capable of operating over a temperature range of -25°C to +85°C to accommodate extreme, high altitude environments. Other features include a DC blocked RF path and a DC pass RF path. This part was designed to switch between two GPS receivers and two GPS antennas.
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 offers lumped element power dividers and combiners with low, medium, and high power offerings, and dividing/combining capabilities with up to 32-way configurations. The PL4 Series is part of the lumped element power divider and combiner family and features high isolation and reliability, low insertion loss and VSWR, and uniform amplitude and phase balance.
KRYTAR’s latest entry into their 2-Way Power Divider offerings has been designed for broadband electronic warfare (EW) systems, and complex switch-matrix applications. It features the widest frequency coverage available (1 to 40 GHz) in a single package.
MCLI’s 3-Way Lumped Element Power Dividers and Combiners offer high isolation and reliability, low insertion loss, low VSWR, ultra broadband coverage, and uniform amplitude and phase balance.
These microstrip power dividers and combiners offer 3, 5, 6, 16, and 32-way configurations. They’re ideal for applications involving antenna beam forming, signal measurement, combining and splitting antenna signal feeds, and feedback monitoring.