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ZC2PD-E1864+

DC Pass, High Power Power Splitter/Combiner, 2 Way-0°, 50Ω, 18000 to 60000 MHz

Description

Mini-Circuits’ ZC2PD-E1864+ is an ultra-wideband 2-way 0˚ splitter/combiner providing coverage from 18 to 60 GHz, supporting a wide range of applications including 5G, Ku, Ka, V and K-Band, instrumentation and many more. This model provides 12W power handling as a splitter and very low insertion loss across the entire operating frequency range, minimizing power dissipation, and delivering excellent signal power transmission from input to output. The ZC2PD-E1864+ comes housed in a case measuring 1.06 x 0.85 x 0.5″.

Features

• Ultra wideband, 18000 – 60000 MHz • Low insertion loss, 1.0 dB typ. • Low amplitude unbalance, 0.1 dB typ. • Excellent VSWR, 1.17:1 typ. • High isolation, 28 dB typ.

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