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15 dB Unequal Power Splitter

Wed, 08/08/2001 - 4:28am
Demands for a reliable in-building 15 dB unequal splitter covering Cellular/GSM, PCS/DCS and UMTS/W-CDMA are met by Microlab/FXR's latest 2 way Power Splitter.

Model DH-15FN Unequal Way Power Splitter is designed to split signals between two outputs in a 15 dB or 97:3 ratio with the minimum of loss. It covers all the key wireless frequencies form 800-2,200 MHz, so that it may be used in multi-signal in-building distributed antenna systems and 'Leaky-Line' systems, where low loss and complete reliability are essential.

An input VSWR of less than 1.15:1, PIM (passive intermodulation) below -140 dBc and insertion loss below 0.1 dB will appeal to system designers trying to meet tough performance criteria. When compared to most conventional power dividers, Microlab/FXR reactive power splitters are more ruggedly constructed, have no resistors to burn out, have fewer solder joints for enhanced reliability, and reflect less power back to the transmitter.

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