Andrew's hybrid couplers are most commonly used to combine two wireless carriers to a single antenna feed or cable. This requires the termination of one output port in 50 ohms, and results in a 3 dB loss in each signal. In situations where two similar feeds are required - for example in-building applications - both outputs may be used, eliminating the need for a termination and the 3 dB loss. The H-3-CPUSE-D-Ai6 has 7/16 DIN female terminations.
The CommScope OneBase Crossband Coupler combines 698-787 MHz and 824-894
MHz. This coupler has long neck precision 7-16 DIN Female connectors for ease of weatherproofing, and an external grounding stud for lightning protection. It features extremely low insertion loss. ...
SDP Telecom directional couplers provide unequal distribution of signal while
providing isolation between the ports. Multi-section design is used to provide flat coupling over the full band. High reliability internal termination is used to match the end of the ...
PIM can occur when two or more signals are present
in a passive, non-linear device. PIM can be generated in any passive component within a wireless communication system. Carriers are placing more emphasis on maintaining a low PIM rating ...
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