Ultra-broadband power dividers capable of up to 50 GHz

Posted By : Raj Joshi
Ultra-broadband power dividers capable of up to 50 GHz

Pasternack Enterprises has announced a brand new line of ultra-broadband power dividers capable of up to 50 GHz. These new millimeter wave power dividers (sometimes referred to as RF power splitters) are intended for use in applications includeing radar systems, electronic warfare equipment, fiber optic systems, 10G Ethernet and any other application requiring high frequency, multi-octave performance.

Pasternack's new broadband power dividers are available in three new configurations, including two with 2.92mm connectors (PE2077), one of which is a low VSWR version (PE2078). The 2.92mm power dividers are rated to 10 Watts maximum input power and feature a frequency range from 10 GHz to 40 GHz. The third configuration is a 2.4mm power divider capable of 10 GHz to 50 GHz which also features a 10 W power rating (PE2079). Offering low insertion loss and phase stability across their wide operating range, all three configurations of the high frequency power dividers are Wilkinson 2-way designs utilizing a compact package.
The new 40 GHz and 50 GHz power dividers provide a maximum insertion loss of 1.5 dB and VSWR of 1.6. The ultra-broadband power dividers from Pasternack also feature a typical phase balance of 6 degrees and carry a maximum isolation rating of 15 dB. Each of Pasternack’s newly added 2-way RF power dividers are RoHS compliant.
“Our new 40 GHz and 50 GHz power dividers are an essential addition to help meet the broadband requirements of the growing millimeter wave industry. Customers can now take advantage of these ultra-broadband RF power divider versions previously not available in our other lines of power dividers,” commented Gerry Camacho, VP of Technical Marketing at Pasternack Enterprises.
The new high frequency power dividers from Pasternack are in-stock and available now.


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