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March 21, 2017

VidaRF Announces RF Power Dividers - RF CafeVidaRF offers a wide selection of 2-way through 64-way power divider/combiners, designed to cover 100 MHz to 20 GHz with average power handling of 30 watts for narrow, octave, dual and multi-octave band applications. Standard connector type: SMA female, other connectors available upon request. VidaRF is a North Carolina based company that is focused on being a solutions provider by building to customer specs and offering zero days lead time for custom parts through their stock and ship program.

Environmental Parameters

  • Shock: 20G's, 1/2 Sine, 11Ms
  • Vibration: 10G's, 10Hz-2000Hz
  • Operation Temperature: -55°C to +85°C
  • Storage Temperature: -60°C to +90°C
  • Relatively Humidity: 0 to 95%

About VidaRF

VidaRF serves the Microwave and RF industry with high performance Isolators, Circulators, Power Dividers, Couplers, RF Connectors, Adapters, Cable Assemblies, Attenuators, and Terminations. VidaRF was founded on a simple premise – service. Sure, we offer reliable, high quality RF components that are cost effective and custom built to fit each customer's application. But at VidaRF, we are about customer service; what we call the VidaRF difference. From the beginning, our goal has been to make VidaRF different by way of an overwhelming commitment to our customers RF component needs.

Contact Info:

VidaRF

11330 Vanstory Drive

Huntersville, North Carolina 28078   USA

Phone: 877-777-8432

Website: https://www.vidarf.com

E-Mail: sales@vidarf.com

 

 

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