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ZC2PD-18263+

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DC Pass, High Power 2 Way-0° Power Splitter/Combiner

DC Pass, High Power • 2 Way-0° Power Splitter/Combiner • Super wideband, 18 to 26.5 GHz • Low insertion loss, 0.6 dB typ. • High Isolation, 29 dB typ. • 20W power handling • Low amplitude unbalance, 0.03 dB typ.

Features

DC Pass, High Power • 2 Way-0° Power Splitter/Combiner • Super wideband, 18 to 26.5 GHz • Low insertion loss, 0.6 dB typ. • High Isolation, 29 dB typ. • 20W power handling • Low amplitude unbalance, 0.03 dB typ.

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