Mini-Circuits new 90° Power Splitter, model: QCS-162+, offers an industry leading combination of operating bandwidth and size. The outstanding phase and amplitude unbalance make this component a versatile building block for use in a variety of systems and sub-system designs.
Mini-Circuits’ LDPW-272-452+ is a tiny, surface-mount diplexer with a low pass channel from 10 to 2700 MHz and a high pass channel from 4500 to 6000 MHz. This model provides low passband insertion loss, high stopband rejection, and RF input power handling up to 2W. Fabricated using LTCC technology, the unit comes housed in a […]
Mini-Circuits’ new 2-way 90° power splitter, QCH-153+ capable of handling up to 25W with amplitude unbalance of ±1.5 dB typ and phase unbalance of ±5 deg. typ. Operating over a frequency range of 3000 to 14500 MHz, the good phase and amplitude unbalance make this component a versatile building block for use in a variety […]
Mini-Circuits’ ZFSC-2-1WDC-S+ is a 2-way 0˚ splitter/combiner supporting applications from 1 to 750 MHz such a VHF/UHF communications. This model is capable of handling up to 1W RF input power and passing up to 30mA DC current (15mA per port) from input to output. It provides very low insertion loss of just 0.4 dB, low […]
Mini-Circuits’ new 2-way 90° power splitter, QCH-63+ capable of handling up to 200W with amplitude unbalance of ±1.4 dB typ and phase unbalance of ±1.5 deg. typ. Operating over a frequency range of 2000 to 6000 MHz, the good phase and amplitude unbalance make this component a versatile building block for use in a variety […]
Mini-Circuits’ ZC16PD-02183-S+ is a super wideband 16-way 0˚ splitter/combiner providing coverage from 2 to 18 GHz, supporting a wide range of applications including S-Band, C-Band, X-Band, Ku-Band and instrumentation and many more. This model provides 20W power handling as a splitter and very low insertion loss across the entire operating frequency range, minimizing power dissipation […]
A Power Splitter/Combiner is a passive device that can be used for two reciprocal functions: a single signal may be divided into multiple outputs, or in the opposite direction, multiple input signals are combined into a single output. In case of an N-port splitter, the input signal will be divided into N output ports. When used as an N-port combiner, the N inputs will be combined into an output signal from a single port.