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Electro-Photonics Intros 6 - 18 GHz Power Divider - RF CafeJanuary 7, 2020 - Electro-Photonics, a market leader in RF and microwave components, has released a new thin film, surface-mount technology (SMT) power divider/combiner.

The EP2D-1200R-M-001 delivers exceptional performance in a compact size due to the use of a high dielectric material, total thin film process, and integrated resistors. Its 6-18 GHz bandwidth, low insertion loss, high isolation, and low phase unbalance is perfect for use in intermodulation measurements, signal distribution for antenna arrays, and beam forming. Package size measures 0.185 x 0.160 x 0.020 inch (4.7 mm by 4.06 mm by 0.51 mm).

Applications

  • Signal splitting/combining
  • Intermodulation distortion measurements
  • Signal distribution for antenna arrays
  • Antenna beam forming

Features

  • Broadband 6-18 GHz
  • Surface mountable
  • Low insertion loss
  • High isolation
  • Low phase unbalance
  • RoHS compliant

Electro-Photonics EP2D-1200R-M-001 specifications - RF Cafe

 

Elctro-Photonics DragonAbout Electro-Photonics, LLC

Electro-Photonics, LLC, is a global supplier of high-frequency components and services. Our products include, SMT hybrid and directional couplers, high frequency test fixtures, evaluation test boards, and wire bondable passive components.

Contact Info:

Alen Fejzuli

Electro-Photonics LLC

2740 SW Martin Downs Boulevard #122

Palm City, FL  34990 – USA

Phone 772-485-0927

E-Mail: sales@electro-photonics.com

Website: www.electro-photonics.com

 

 

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