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Combiner Splitter

3.00 LBS
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Radio designers need to perform intermodulation-distortion (IMD) testing on their gear. During such tests, a two-tone signal is typically presented to the device under test and a measurement taken of the device’s IMD. IMD tests are performed on both receivers and transmitters. As performance requirements increase, it becomes more difficult to generate two-tone signals having the required spectral purity.


Frequency range 2-300 MHz

Port-to Port isolation adjusted: Typical 60 dB (2-10 MHz) Typical >60 dB (10-150 MHz)
Typical 50 dB (150-300 MHz)

Insertion loss Typical: 7.0dB @ 2-10 MHz 6.5dB @ 10-150 MHz 7.0dB @150-300 MHz

Return loss, common port: 22 dB typical ( 2-10 MHz) 18 dB typical (10-150 MHz) 12 dB typical (150-300 MHz)

Return loss Input ports: 12dB typical (2-10 MHz) 16dB (10-150 MHz) 12dB typical (150-300 MHz)

Typical 3rd order intercept point (dBm):
>+ 60dBm (2-10 MHz)
>+60dBm (10-150 MHz)
>+60dBm (150-300 MHz)

Typical 2nd order intercept point (dBm):

>+90dBm (2-10 MHz)
>+90dBm (10-150 MHz)
>+90dBm (150-300 MHz)

Power Handling, total of all ports +30 dBm or 1 W continuous
Power Handling, any one port +27 dBm or 500 mW continuous
Size: (WxHxD) 4.39" x 1.92" x 2.38"

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