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    6 Way Microstrip Power Divider, 0.5~6 GHz

    Economical price 6 way RF microstrip power divider for sale, with frequency range from 0.6GHz to 6GHz. This microstrip GPS power splitter is a crucial component in microwave communication systems. Functioning as both a coaxial power combiner and splitter, it plays a pivotal role in distributing high power RF signals efficiently.
    SKU: ATO-PD-6W056GHZ
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    6 way RF power dividers can effectively split or combine RF signals with minimal signal loss utilizing microstrip and coaxial technologies. ATO GPS power splitter in incorporate fans for efficient heat dissipation to ensure the stability of high-power applications.


    • Model: ATO-PS6-0.5/6-SE
    • Frequency Range: 0.5~6 GHz (500~6000 MHz)
    • Insertion Loss: ≤2.2dB (Excluding Theoretical Loss of 7.8dB)
    • Input Standing Wave: Typ.1.22/ Max.1.30
    • Output Standing Wave: Typ.1.20/ Max.1.30
    • Isolation: Typ24dB/Min.18dB
    • Amplitude Balance: ≤0.8dB
    • Phase Balance: ±8°
    • Impedance: 50 Ohms
    • Port Connector: SMA-Female
    • Withstand Power: 30W for Splitter, 1W for Combiner
    • Working Temperature: -35℃~+75℃
    • Surface Treatment: Black Paint
    • Dimension: 110*85*10mm
    • Weight: About 220g


    6 GHz 6 way microstrip power divider dimension

    Radio Frequency (RF) Parameter Diagram

    6 GHz 6 way microstrip power divider RF parameter diagram

    Tips: What is the typical insertion loss of an RF power divider?

    The typical insertion loss of an RF power divider is a critical parameter that characterizes the efficiency of power division in radio frequency (RF) systems. Insertion loss represents the reduction in signal strength as it passes through the power divider. In RF applications, low insertion loss is desirable to minimize power dissipation and ensure efficient signal distribution. The value of insertion loss is influenced by various factors such as the design, manufacturing techniques, and the specific frequency range of operation. High-quality power dividers can achieve low insertion loss, often below 1 dB, indicating minimal signal attenuation during division. Engineers aim to select power dividers with the lowest insertion loss suitable for their application to preserve signal integrity and maximize the overall performance of RF systems.

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