Antenna Splitters

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RF Splitters provide a means to connect multiple antennas to a single Telemetry System (including Redundant Modem systems with a single RF Amplifier).  Multiple antennas are required on airframes to assure best possible coverage under various orientations of the airframe, utilizing 2, 3 or 4 antennas at intervals of 180 degrees, 120 degrees and 90 degrees respectively.

Additional Info
Name: RF Splitters
Description: The following Splitters are currently available;

  • 1:2, 350-6,000 MHz
  • 1:3, 700-2,450 MHz
  • 1:4, 250-6,000 MHz
Features:
  • DC Power will pass to all ports
  • SMA connectors
  • Less than 0.8dB Insertion Loss (excludes power division)
  • 50 Ohms Impedance
  • VSWR less than 1.5:1
  • Power Rating 10-30 Watts
  • Output Port Isolation 18dB typical
  • Temperature Range -55°C to +100°C
  • Thermal Shock; -65°C to 125°C, 5 cycles (MIL-STD-202, Method 107, Condition B)
  • Vibration (High Frequency); 20g peak, 10-2,000 Hz, 12 times in each of three perpendicular directions (MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Condition D)
  • Mechanical Shock; 100g. 6ms. sawtooth, 3 shocks each direction 3 axis (MIL-STD-202, Method 213, Condition I)
  • Size the same regardless of frequency
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