Topband: RX power splitter
jim at audiosystemsgroup.com
Thu Feb 7 12:15:10 EST 2008
On Thu, 07 Feb 2008 07:44:41 -0500, Pete Smith wrote:
>I am looking for a passive hybrid splitter that would let me feed two
>receivers from a single source with losses as small as reasonably possible,
>and good isolation between output ports, without resorting to additional
>amplification. There are inexpensive passive splitters readily available
>for cable TV and internet applications that are rated from 5 to 1000 MHz at
>-3.7 dB per output port, but I would love to find one that would work down
MiniCircuits has exactly what you want, in MANY variations. Very good quality
stuff. They sell through their own rep network, I think. I've used them in pro
applications to split antennas for wireless mics in the VHF and UHF spectrum.
Their catalog is online. You're looking for power splitters. The ZFSC-2-1-75 is
good for .25-300 MHz. $46 in my very old catalog.
You can also build your own resistive splitters for the cost of the connectors
and enclosure. They'll have more loss and much less isolation.
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