- Feb. 18, 2013 -
Fairview Microwave, a supplier of passive RF and microwave products, is now offer a new product: a BNC female 2 way low frequency power divider. BNC’s are generally used for the advantage of a quick connect/disconnect from the bayonet locking mechanism and the wide range of applications that they’re used in. They can be used anywhere from radio, television, test, video, computer and of course, radio frequency equipment. BNC’s will mostly cover only low frequency ranges, typically 0-4 Ghz but will cover up to 8 when specially modified. Power dividers are tended for splitting signals into multiple paths.
The frequency range of the power divider is 0.2 to 1000 mhz. It can handle an average input power of 1 watt. The VSWR of the power divider is 1.5 to 1 while the insertion loss is at 1.2 dB max. Isolation for the power divider is 18 dB min and the connectors that come with it are nickel plated brass. The contacts are Beryllium Copper and the plating for contacts are gold. This power divider comes with an all BNC jack configuration, contact Fairview Microwave for a custom application. Pricing, inventory levels, images, and spec sheets are all available at http://www.fairviewmicrowave.com/sma_2-way_power_dividers...
. Any questions or requests for further details are welcome, please contact Fairview Microwave for your inquiries. For other types of power dividers with different connector configurations or frequency ranges, check http://www.fairviewmicrowave.com/coaxial_power_dividers_s...Photo: