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ZN2PD-02183-S+

2-way Connectorized Power Splitter, 2000-18000MHz

Product Overview Mini-Circuits’ ZN2PD-02183-S+ is a 2-way 0˚ ultra-wideband splitter/combiner supporting a wide range of applications from 2 to 18 GHz. This model is capable of handling up to 10W RF input power as a splitter with low insertion loss across its full frequency range, providing excellent signal power transmission from input to output. It delivers nearly equal output signals with very low amplitude unbalance and low phase unbalance, with excellent isolation minimizing interference between channels. The ZN2PD-02183-S+ comes housed in a rugged, compact aluminum alloy case measuring 1.0 x 2.25 x 0.38″ with SMA-Female connectors.

Features

Ultra-wideband, 2 to 18 GHz • Low insertion loss, 0.5 dB • Good power handling, 10W as a splitter

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