The PL8 series is comprised of 8-way lumped element power dividers covering the 0.01-1000 MHz frequency range. They’re ideal for signal measurement, feedback monitoring, combining/splitting antenna signal feeds, and antenna beam forming.
DFINE’s JDMD350S12A 12-way millimeter wave power divider features high isolation (>18dB), <4dB insertion loss, <1.7 VSWR, <+0.7dB amplitude unbalance, <+12o phase unbalance, and a weight of <1kg. It has an operating temperature range of +65 to -45oC and is ideal for point frequency applications. For more information, download the datasheet.
MCLI’s line of 16-Way Power Dividers and Combiners covers the 0.4 GHz to 40 GHz frequency range. They’re ideal for antenna beam forming, feedback monitoring, signal measurement, and combining/splitting antenna signal feeds.
MCLI’s line of 9, 11, and 12-Way Power Dividers and Combiners feature ultra wide band coverage, high isolation, high reliability, stripline construction, low VSWR, and low insertion loss.
MCLI’s 8-Way Power Dividers and Combiners are broken down into two main categories by connector type; SMA and N. (Other connector types are available by request) Like all power dividers/combiners by MCLI, these products are ideal for signal measurement, feedback monitoring, combining/splitting antenna signal feeds, and antenna beam forming.
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 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.
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.