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    2 Way RF Power Divider, 18~40 GHz

    2 way RF coaxial power divider and combiner with a high frequency range of 18GHz~40GHz, is a crucial component in microwave and RF systems, designed to split an input signal into multiple output signals with minimal signal loss. This low price two way power splitter plays a vital role in various applications, including GPS systems and other high-frequency communication systems.
    SKU: ATO-PD-2W1840GHZ
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    2 way RF coaxial power dividers can handle high power levels while maintaining signal integrity. The microstrip design allows for compact integration on surfaces, making them suitable for space-constrained environments and surface mount applications.


    • Model: ATO-PS2-18/40-KE
    • Frequency Range: 18~40 GHz (18000~40000 MHz)
    • Insertion Loss: ≤1.0dB (Excluding Theoretical Loss of 3.0dB)
    • Input Standing Wave: Typ.1.28/ Max.1.50
    • Output Standing Wave: Typ.1.26/ Max.1.50
    • Isolation: Typ22dB/Min.16dB
    • Amplitude Balance: ≤0.4dB
    • Phase Balance: ±5°
    • Impedance: 50 Ohms
    • Port Connector: 2.92mm-Female
    • Withstand Power: 20W for Splitter, 1W for Combiner
    • Working Temperature: -45℃~+85℃
    • Surface Treatment: Gray Paint
    • Dimension: 26*19*10mm
    • Weight: About 21g


    40 GHz 2 way RF power divider dimension

    Radio Frequency (RF) Parameter Diagram

    40 GHz 2 way power divider RF parameter diagram

    Tips: How to connect an RF power splitter in a system?

    To connect an RF power splitter in a system, follow these steps. First, identify the input and output ports on the splitter. Connect the RF signal source, such as an antenna or transmitter, to the input port using a coaxial cable. Ensure proper impedance matching for optimal signal transfer.

    Next, connect the output ports to the desired components in your system using additional coaxial cables. The power splitter divides the incoming signal evenly among the output ports, making it suitable for applications like signal distribution or combining signals. Maintain good cable management practices to minimize signal loss and interference.

    Consider the power handling capabilities of the splitter to prevent damage. Some splitters may require external power, so ensure proper power connections if needed. Verify that the connected devices support the frequency range of your RF system. Test the system to ensure proper signal distribution and quality.

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