'Tuned-by-Design' Injector-Diplexer Combines VHF-UHF with All Cellular Bands
Fri, 04/30/2010 - 7:17am
Microlab has released a new low cost Injector-Diplexer, to separate or combine the VHF-UHF band from 80 to 520 MHz from all the wireless frequency bands from 698 to 2700 MHz. Using suspended substrate, the wireless frequency loss is minimized to ‹0.5 dB, and the loss at VHF-UHF frequencies is ‹0.3 dB. 'Tuned-by-Design' eliminates the high cost of adjusting multiple cavities in conventional designs, while maintaining high isolation between key bands, sufficient for most diplexer applications, such as sharing a common antenna or distributed antenna system. Passive InterModulation, PIM, is ‹-150 dBc, and guarantees down to -160 dBc are available with an additional testing charge. Units are rated for average powers up to 50W per input. This Injector-Diplexer, BK-24, is available in N or DIN connectors, for immediate evaluation from Microlab and selected distributors.