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GPS Networking 1x2 GPS Passive Antenna Splitter  (LDCBS1X2-N)
GPS Networking 1x2 GPS Passive Antenna Splitter  (LDCBS1X2-N)

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GPS Networking 1x2 GPS Passive Antenna Splitter (LDCBS1X2-N)

Brand: GPS Networking           P\N: LDCBS1X2-N           UPC: 729198983208

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Description


GPS Networking The LDCBS1X2 GPS antenna splitter is a passive one input two output power divider designed specifically for the GPS L1, L2 & GLONASS carrier frequencies. DC blocked. Available with BNC, N-type, SMA, or TNC connectors.

Key Features
  • Split 2-Way
  • Loss 0.5 dB
  • Maximum VSWR 1.25:1
  • Product Two Port Power Dividers
  • Dimensions 2.4" L x 1.81" W x 1.0" H
  • Mfg. Warranty 1 Year




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