Products/Services for Antenna Splitter Circuit

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    Antennas - (1113 companies)
    ...is reduced to a plane, the antenna is called a discone. Biconical antennas are also known as bicone or bowtie antennas. Image credit: AH Systems. Microstrip antennas have low efficiency, are easily fabricated with printed circuit board techniques... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Power Dividers and RF Power Combiners - (284 companies)
    RF Power Dividers and RF Power Combiners Information. RF power dividers and RF power combiners are circuits that accept input signals and deliver multiple outputs that are equal in phase and amplitude. There are two basic product categories: passive... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Amplifiers - (563 companies)
    ...an output signal that varies in the same way as the input, but that has larger amplitude. RF amplifiers generate a completely new output signal based on the input. Depending on load of the output circuit, one or more RF pre-amplifiers may boost... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Satellites - (34 companies)
    ...of the Earth. Geostationary orbits allow ground-based antennas to be permanently aligned with a satellite for continuous communication, eliminating the need for satellite tracking. Satellites have various subsystems providing versatile functionality... Learn More
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    PLC (Planar Lightwave Circuit) Splitters - (15 companies)
    PLC Splitter Information. PLC splitters, also known as planar lightwave circuit splitters, are designed to manage the power of optical signals through splitting and routing. They provide reliable light distribution and are based on planar lightwave... Learn More
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    Transformers - (1934 companies)
    Transformers are electrical devices that are designed to transfer energy from one circuit to another by electromagnetic induction. They are used typically to increase or decrease voltage as it passes from one side of the device through the other... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Radios - (410 companies)
    ...consist of a transmitter, receiver, and antenna. They are available in mobile and base configurations. Unlike cellular phones, radios do not require a monthly contract or carry per-call charges. In the United States, two-way radios are regulated... Learn More
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    RF Diplexers, Duplexers, and Multiplexers - (200 companies)
    RF diplexers are three-port frequency-dependent devices that may be used as a separator or a combiner of signals. RF duplexers allow a transmitter operating on one frequency and a receiver operating on a different frequency to share a common antenna... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Isolators and RF Circulators - (125 companies)
    ...flow in a circuit. They allow the signal entering one port to pass to an adjacent port in either a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction, but not to any other port. Three-port or Y-junction circulators are commonly available. In these devices... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Chip Antennas - (56 companies)
    Chip antennas are semiconductor ICs used to collect or radiate electromagnetic waves. How to Select Chip Antennas. Images credits: Wurth Electronics; Electro-schematics; Libelium. Chip antennas are a particular type of antenna valued for their small... Search by Specification | Learn More
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90 degree hybrids are used in circuits requiring a balanced division of power into two transmission lines with 90 degree separation of phase. Applications include signal splitters, combiners, balanced mixers, imagerejection mixers, phase shifters, diplexers, switches and antenna feed networks....

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