2-way RF Distributor - N-type - Distributor / Combiner - 2x, 3x, 4x N Female output. The in-out ports are bidirectional (they can work as inputs and outputs simultaneously) Connect two or more devices to one antenna or several antennas to one device, dividing or summing signals. This is a high-quality divider with low VSWR and low damping. High output isolation minimizes "crosstalk between ports. A well-designed divider-sumer lets you divide-sum power with minimum losses. In the splitter the input signal is divided into 2,3 or 4 input / output signals, reduced or added by 3dB, 4.5dB, 6dB due to splitting or aggregation of power 1: 2, 1: 3, 1: 4. Low attenuation of 0.3 dB. By specifying whether you can afford to divide the signal, you have to consider that the signal will be halved between each device. In areas with weak signals, it is often advisable to use two or four spouted antennas. When we sum up the signals from the antennas, we need to connect them with equal lengths of cables so that the signals are identical in phase and amplitude. When two signals are shifted in phase (180 degrees), they are intermittent, hence the statistical mean for two unknown signals is the loss of 3dB (ie, halving). Utilizing the microstrip structure technology, this splitter has exceptionally flat characteristics in the declared working band, high insulation, very low insertion loss. Designed for mobile communications in GSM, LTE, RFID, Lora, Sigfox, Xbee and distributed networks.
|Frequency Band (MHz)||698-2700|
|Split Loss (dB)||3.0||4.8||6.0|
|Insertion Loss (dB)||≤ 0.3||≤ 0.4||≤ 4.0|
|Isolation (dB)||≥ 23||≥ 23||≥ 20|
|VSWR||≤ 1.25||≤ 1.25||≤ 1.25|
|Average Power (W)||50|
|Working Temperature (deg)||-35° ≈+65°|