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    8 Way RF Power Divider, 0.8~3 GHz

    8 way coaxial power divider with a microwave frequency range of 0.8GHz~3GHz is a crucial component in RF (Radio Frequency) systems, designed for efficient signal distribution. It serves both as a power splitter and a power combiner, facilitating the division of high-power RF signals into multiple paths or combining signals from various sources, utilizing microstrip technology for seamless integration into RF systems.
    SKU: ATO-PD-8W083GHZ
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    The coaxial power divider ensures reliable signal transmission, making it ideal for applications like GPS (Global Positioning System) where precision and accuracy are paramount. With its high-power handling capability, this power splitter & combiner allows for surface mount installation, enhancing versatility in various setups.


    • Model: ATO-PS8-0.8/3-SE
    • Frequency Range: 0.8~3 GHz (800~3000 MHz)
    • Insertion Loss: ≤1.0dB (Excluding Theoretical Loss of 9.0dB)
    • Input Standing Wave: Typ.1.17/ Max.1.25
    • Output Standing Wave: Typ.1.11/ Max.1.20
    • Isolation: Typ26dB/Min.20dB
    • Amplitude Balance: ≤0.3dB
    • Phase Balance: ±4°
    • Impedance: 50 Ohms
    • Port Connector: SMA-Female
    • Withstand Power: 30W for Splitter, 2W for Combiner
    • Working Temperature: -35℃~+75℃
    • Surface Treatment: Sandblasting Guide
    • Dimension: 116*86*14mm
    • Weight: About 305g


    3 GHz 8 way RF power divider dimension

    Radio Frequency (RF) Parameter Diagram

    3 GHz 8 way RF power divider RF parameter diagram

    Tips: Do power dividers have limitations on the number of output ports?

    Yes, power dividers have limitations on the number of output ports due to design constraints and practical considerations. The most common power dividers, such as Wilkinson dividers and N-way dividers, are designed for specific numbers of output ports, typically ranging from 2 to 32. The design becomes more challenging as the number of ports increases, leading to increased complexity, larger size, and potential performance trade-offs. Additionally, as the number of ports grows, power division efficiency and isolation between ports may be compromised. Engineers must carefully balance these factors to meet the desired specifications for a given application. While custom designs can theoretically accommodate a higher number of ports, practical considerations often limit the scalability of power dividers to maintain optimal performance.

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