In order to satisfy different antenna designs, splitters/dividers are available to divide the signal into two, three, four, five and six ways. Reactive splitters are devices that consist of a single input and two or more outputs. They contain a broadband impedance transformer to match the impedance at the junction of the multiple outputs to that of the transmission line, generally 50 ohms. They are lossless, broadband devices with excellent output amplitude and phase balance. These features make the reactive splitter especially suitable for high power applications, such as is found at a cellular wireless base station. Wilkinson dividers are similar to reactive dividers in that they are lossless, broadband devices with an input transformer and with excellent amplitude and phase balance. In addition, their small internal terminating resistor enables them to provide high output isolation and matched output impedances. The terminating resistors severely limits their power ratings, particularly with mismatched loads, so they are most commonly found in low power signal applications.
BIRD 800-2.4GHz 2 way power splitter. N female connectors on all ports.
|Frequency (MHz)||800-2.4 GHz|