August 24, 2023 -- Model
D−2066 from Werbel Microwave is a 2−way power splitter /
500 MHz to 6 GHz in a small sized enclosure with versatile mounting options.
Four through-holes allow for traditional top-down chassis mounting. Threaded holes
on the input and output sides allow for rack panel mounting. The compact size aluminum
enclosure weighs only 3 oz. (85 g) making it suitable for array-panel
and mobile vehicle applications. Insertion loss is low at only 0.9 dB at 6 GHz.
Return loss and isolation are high performance. Ready for 5G and 6G deployment.
The device is RoHS compliant. This part has
versatile mounting options. Standard thru holes mount the part from the broad surface,
while threaded holes allow for bulkhead rack-mountable mounting.
Click here for the
D−2066 spec sheet. See model
D−2065-N for the same power splitter with type N connectors.
About Werbel Microwave
In-House Manufacturing Capability
Since 2014, Werbel Microwave has designed and produced high performance radio
frequency components for military, commercial, test and measurement applications.
Werbel Microwave welcomes customers to submit their customized RF requirements
for quotation. Werbel Microwave also welcomes distributors and resellers.
Orders placed online typically ship within 24 hours.
We have expanded in-house engineering capabilities to support and maintain product
design with minimal end-of-life risk.
Ernest T. Werbel, Jr. President / Chief Engineer Werbel Microwave LLC
622 NJ-10, Suite 9 Whippany, NJ, 07981 Tel: (973) 515-3001 Fax:
(973) 515-3004 Cell: (973) 900-2480
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