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AtlanTecRF Directional Couplers and Power Dividers

January 17, 2011
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CouplersPowerDividers100Directional Couplers – Octave Band:
• 0.5-18 GHz
• Connectors: SMA to MIL-C-39012
• High Directivity

Directional Couplers – Broadband:
• 0.5-18 GHz
• Connectors: SMA to MIL-C-39012 N & TNC Option
• High Directivity

90° Hybrid 3dB Couplers:
• 0.5-18 GHz
• Connectors: SMA & N to MIL-C-39012
• High Isolation

General Specification for Octave Band, Broadband and 90° Hybrid 3dB Couplers:
• Design: Stripline
• Circuit: PTFE Based
• Housing: Aluminium
• Temperature -55 to +105C
• Miniature Size
• Low VSWR
• RF Shielded
• Robust Construction

Directional Couplers – High Power:
• 0.5-12 GHz
• 600W C.W.
• 10kW Peak
• RF Shielded
• Robust Construction

Directional Couplers – Multi-Octave:
• 0.5-18 GHz
• 6, 10, 20, 30 dB
• Miniature Size
• Flat Response
• Impedance: 50 ohms
• Circuit: PTFE Based
• Housing Aluminium
• Connectors: SMA Female to MIL-C-39012
• Operating Temperature: -40 +70C
• Environment: MIL-E-5400

Communication Band Couplers:
• 0.5-4 GHz
• Type N Connectors
• Cellular & Satcom IF
• Flat Response
• Rugged Design

Power Dividers:
• 2,4 & 8 Way
• 0.5-18 GHz
• Miniature Size
• Flat Response
• High Isolation
• RF Shielded
• Robust Construction
• Design: Wilkinson, Stripline
• Circuit: PTFE Based
• Housing: Aluminium
• Connectors: SMA to MIL-C-39012
• Temperature -55 to +105C

Broadband Power Dividers:
• 0.5-18 GHz
• 2,4 & 8 Way
• Octave & Multi-Octave
• Miniature Size
• High Isolation
• Impedance: 50 ohms
• Power as a Divider: 10 watts into 1.2:1 Load VSWR
• Power as a Combiner: 2 watts max
• Operating Temperature: -40 to +70C

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