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Quarter-wavelength N-way Power Dividers/Combiners: Historical Aspects and New Modifications

Quarter-wavelength, in-phase, N-way power dividers/combiners are widely used in antenna arrays, power amplifiers and transmitters, mixers, phase shifters and vector modulators. This article briefly reviews the history of known quarter-wavelength power ...

September 1, 2003
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The simplest quarter-wavelength, multi-port power divider, known as a Wilkinson divider, 1-2 provides a match at all ports, low loss, in-phase power splitting and high isolation between output ports. Historically, this device was reported earlier. 3-7 It was also described 5 together with the so-called Gysel-type combiner, 8 based...
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