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Pasternack broadband power dividers introduced

06 Aug 2013

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Pasternack power dividers

A new line of 50GHz ultra-broadband power dividers has been launched by Pasternack Enterprises, a California-based supplier and manufacturer of radio frequency and microwave products. The RF power splitters boast Wilkinson 2-way designs and come in three new configurations: two with 2.92mm connectors and one with 2.4mm. With a maximum 10watts input power, frequencies in these broadband dividers range from 10GHz to 40Ghz and 50GHz. Maximum insertion loss for the 40GHz and 50GHz configurations is 1.5dB and VSWR is 1.6, while average phase balance is 6 degrees with a maximum isolation rating of 15dB.

Pasternack designed the high-frequency dividers for radar systems, electronic warfare equipment, fiber optic systems, 10G Ethernet and any application that requires multi-octave performance. All three are RoHS compliant.

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