What Are the Best Vendors for 3-Port Power Splitters with High Isolation?

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In summary, the speaker is looking for 3 port power splitters with good isolation and specific loss values in the 100MHz to 600MHz range. They mention Narda as a potential vendor and are also open to other suggestions. One recommendation is Minicircuits, which the speaker will contact.
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Im looking for some 3 port (like a 'T' shape) power splitters with some decent isolation.

Loss from the input (trunk of 'T') to either "branch" (and vice versa) should be about 3 dB .

Loss from one "branch" to the other should be around 20 dB.

Looking in the 100MHz to 600MHz range...my first thought is Narda.

Any other vendors anyone like to use that might have these?Thanks.
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Miniciurcuits would be the first one I'd check:

http://www.minicircuits.com/


Thanks berkeman...I have checked with 4 vendors so far and I hadnt thought to check minicircuits. Ill give them a ring.




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Related to What Are the Best Vendors for 3-Port Power Splitters with High Isolation?

1. What is a power splitter?

A power splitter, also known as a power divider, is an electronic device that takes an input signal and divides it into multiple output signals with equal or proportional power levels.

2. What are power splitters used for?

Power splitters are commonly used in communication systems, such as radio and television broadcasting, as well as in test and measurement equipment. They can also be used in power distribution systems to split power between multiple devices.

3. How do power splitters work?

Power splitters work by using a combination of resistors, inductors, and capacitors to divide the input signal into multiple output signals. The design and configuration of these components determine the power splitting ratio and frequency response of the splitter.

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5. How do I choose the right power splitter for my application?

The right power splitter for your application will depend on factors such as the frequency range, power splitting ratio, and insertion loss requirements. It is important to carefully consider these factors and consult with a specialist to select the best power splitter for your specific needs.

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