8-way power dividers

Krytar's power dividers use proprietary design to produce matched-line directional dividers (MLDD) and can be manufactured to meet military specifications.

02/28/2012


Krytar's power dividers use proprietary design to produce matched-line directional dividers (MLDD) and can be manufactured to meet military specifications. Courtesy: KrytarKrytar's two 8-way power dividers offers strong performance over the broadband frequency range of 1.0 to 18.0 GHz in compact packages.

Krytar's power divider uses its proprietary design to produce matched-line directional dividers (MLDD) with ultra-high performance over a broadband frequency range.

Model 8010180 covers 1.0 to 18.0 GHz with 17 dB Isolation and ±1.0 dB Amplitude Tracking. The 8-way divider exhibits Insertion Loss of 5.5 dB across the frequency range. Maximum Input VSWR is 2.10 and Output is 1.75. Phase Tracking is ±15 degrees.

Model 8020180 covers 2.0 to 18.0 GHz with 17 dB Isolation and ±1.0 dB Amplitude Tracking. The 8-way divider exhibits Insertion Loss of 5.5 dB across the frequency range. Maximum Input VSWR is 2.00 and Output is 1.75. Phase Tracking is ±15 degrees.

Both power dividers are compact packages measuring just 5.96 inches (L) x 4.75 inches (W) x 0.52 inches (H), weigh only 1 pound, 6.5 ounces, and come with standard 3.5-mm coaxial female connectors.

These new 8-way power dividers lend themselves to emerging wireless broadband designs and many test and measurement applications. The 8-way power dividers can be manufactured to meet military specifications.

Krytar Inc.

www.krytar.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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