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Ƶ Splitter

Ƶ Splitter [Click image to view details]

Ƶ splitters are used so that multiple receivers can share one Ƶ antenna.The smart Ƶ Splitter shown above is a one-input, two-output device (1x2). This would be used for one antenna and two receivers. 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters are also available.

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Ƶ Splitter
Ƶ Splitter

Ƶ splitters are used so that multiple receivers can share one Ƶ antenna.The smart Ƶ Splitter shown above is a one-input, two-output device (1x2). This would be used for one antenna and two receivers. 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters are also available.

  • 1x2, 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters are available.
  • Rackmount chassis (1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters)
  • Ƶ L1 and L2 bands with excellent gain flatness.
  • 20 dB minimum gain block (1x2). All others 0 - 4 dB.
  • TNC connectors.
  • One RF output is DC-loaded with a 200-ohm resistor to mimicantenna current draw.
  • Ask about interconnect cables - various lengths are available.

Power Source Options

In the normal 1x2 configuration, one of the splitter RF outputs (J1) passes DC from the connected Ƶ receiver through the splitter to the antenna, allowing the Ƶ receiver to power both the antenna and the splitter amplifier. The other RF output (J2) is DC loaded with a 200-ohm resistor to simulate the antenna current draw.

Splitters are also available with external power supplies that provide the DC voltage to the antenna. This ensures Ƶ antenna availability regardless of the power-on state of devices connected to the splitter.

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Product Features

  • 1x2, 1x4, 1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters are available.
  • Rackmount chassis (1x8, 1x16 and 1x32 splitters)
  • Ƶ L1 and L2 bands with excellent gain flatness.
  • 20 dB minimum gain block (1x2). All others 0 - 4 dB.
  • TNC connectors.
  • One RF output is DC-loaded with a 200-ohm resistor to mimicantenna current draw.
  • Ask about interconnect cables - various lengths are available.
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Power Source Options

In the normal 1x2 configuration, one of the splitter RF outputs (J1) passes DC from the connected Ƶ receiver through the splitter to the antenna, allowing the Ƶ receiver to power both the antenna and the splitter amplifier. The other RF output (J2) is DC loaded with a 200-ohm resistor to simulate the antenna current draw.

Splitters are also available with external power supplies that provide the DC voltage to the antenna. This ensures Ƶ antenna availability regardless of the power-on state of devices connected to the splitter.