30 Apr 2018

New range of coaxial power dividers cover 1-40GHz

In another strong move into the high frequency bands, AtlanTecRF has launched a new range of coaxial power dividers.

These 40GHz products, designated AKD, are available in a choice of 2, 4 or 8 ways and feature bandwidths starting at 18-40GHz but extending to the full six plus Octaves of 1.0-40.0GHz.

Geoff Burling, AtlanTecRF CEO said, "This is an amazing range of versatile, yet affordable power splitters in compact packages that can be used in a wide variety of industries".

"VSWR is better than 2.0:1 in all cases and amplitude balance is less than +/-0.5dB. Power handling capability is up to 20 watts while the operating temperature range is -55 to +85C making the units rugged enough for harsh environments".

Connectors are 2.92mm female in stainless steel and the housings are aluminium alloys with a paint finish.

Key features:

  • 1.0-40.0 GHz

  • High Isolation

  • Low Loss

  • Low VSWR

  • RoHS Compliant

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