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Microlab/FXR's SMA Power Dividers Feature 1700 to 4200 MHz to Include New Wireless Bands

September 28, 2009
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Microlab/FXR, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wireless Telecom Group Inc., announces an important wideband addition to its already wide range of $ Saver Power Splitters/Dividers. The new low cost, two-, three-, four- and eight-way Power Dividers, Dx-63FF series, cover from 1700 to 4,200 MHz to not only include the PCS and UMTS bands but the new 2.5 to 2.7 MHz WiMAX/LTE expansion band up, and 3.5 GHz WiMAX bands.

Microlab/FXR Model Dx-63FF series of Wilkinson style Power Dividers has been designed for low power applications where output isolation is preferable over lowest possible loss. The wide frequency range of this design allows use with multi-band antennas and leaky cable systems. Lower loss dividers that enhance receive sensitivity and preserve transmitted power over the same wideband are also available from Microlab/FXR in the Dx-82FN and Dx-86FN series.


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