Hybrid Combining Network
Thu, 11/08/2007 - 7:41am
Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. announces a 380 to 2500 MHz 4 × 4 Hybrid Combining Network designed to meet the needs of the wireless market for broadband combiners with over 20 dB isolation across the whole band. The CM-14 will combine up to 4 different wireless signals in the frequency band without mutual interference. This feature of Hybrid Combiners means that the four inputs can be added together without the use of expensive filters. Since the unit provides 4 outputs, each providing 25% of each input, the loss can be minimal if all four outputs can be utilized, as is the case in neutral host distributed antenna systems or leaky cable applications. Passive InterModulation, PIM, is specified at 𤪆 dBc, and guarantees down to 𤪐 dBc are available with an additional testing charge. Each input is rated for 100W average power, 3kW peak with N connectors.