2090 Series, RF Power Dividers/Splitters

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2090-6414-00
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0.6dB
2090
1 GHz ~ 18 GHz
Isolation (Min) 18dB, 1.6 VSWR (Max), 12° Imbalance (Max)
1.000" L x 0.820" W x 0.515" H (25.40mm x 20.83mm x 13.08mm)
2090-6304-00
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0.4dB
2090
500 MHz ~ 18 GHz
Isolation (Min) 18dB, 1.6 VSWR (Max)
1.000" L x 0.820" W x 0.515" H (25.40mm x 20.83mm x 13.08mm)
2090-6214-00
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0.3dB
2090
1 GHz ~ 18 GHz
Isolation (Min) 22dB, 1.4 VSWR (Max), 5° Imbalance (Max)
1.000" L x 0.820" W x 0.515" H (25.40mm x 20.83mm x 13.08mm)

About  RF Power Dividers/Splitters

RF Power Dividers/Splitters are essential components in RF communication systems that are specifically designed to split an input signal into two or more output signals with precise phase and amplitude characteristics. These devices play a critical role in dividing the power of an input signal and distributing it evenly across multiple output paths. RF Power Dividers/Splitters are characterized by their insertion loss, frequency range, and number of output ports. The insertion loss measures the amount of signal power lost during the splitting process and typically ranges from 0.1 dB to 6 dB. A lower insertion loss indicates higher efficiency and minimal signal degradation. The frequency range of RF Power Dividers/Splitters determines the range of frequencies over which they can operate effectively. These devices can cover a wide frequency spectrum, typically ranging from 0 Hz up to 45 GHz, allowing for compatibility with various RF communication applications. The number of output ports on an RF Power Divider/Splitter determines the number of divided output signals it can produce. Common configurations include 2-way, 3-way, 4-way, 8-way, and even higher port counts. Each output signal maintains the desired phase and amplitude relationship with respect to the original input signal. RF Power Dividers/Splitters find applications in diverse RF systems, including wireless communication, satellite communication, radar systems, and test and measurement setups. They facilitate the distribution of RF signals to multiple antennas, transceivers, or receivers, enabling simultaneous transmission or reception of signals. These devices are designed using various technologies, such as microstrip, stripline, or coaxial transmission lines, depending on the specific requirements of the application. They are typically constructed using high-quality materials with excellent electrical properties to ensure signal integrity and minimize losses. In summary, RF Power Dividers/Splitters are crucial components in RF communication systems. They enable the efficient division of an input signal into multiple output signals while maintaining precise phase and amplitude characteristics. These devices play a vital role in ensuring signal distribution, power management, and overall system performance in various RF applications.