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Directional Coupler 7dB

We'll look at Mi-561V-3/385 Wave's Broadband Directional Coupler in this article. This directional coupler is a great choice for many microwave and millimeter-wave applications. It has both waveform and waveform-coupled modes, as well as an internal power amplifier with a gain of Directional Coupler 7dB at its highest output.


Microwave applications

A directional coupler is a passive radio frequency (RF) device that lets an RF signal be sent into a second circuit. In microwave applications, they are often used to separate the source of an RF signal from the transmitter or receiver.

Most Directional Coupler is made so that the ratio between the input and the coupling end is a certain number. The difference in power between the signal and the coupling is used to figure out this ratio. There are different models, with ratios ranging from low to high.

The Wilkinson coupler is one of these types. It has an isolation value of more than 20dB and an input standing wave ratio of less than 1.5dB. A 3dB bridge is another name for it.

The capacitive coupler is another type. It goes under a T-line and gets power from the line. It has a small insertion loss because it is a flat device.

Aside from these two kinds of couplers, there are also other kinds of devices that tell things where to go. There are coaxial lines, waveguides, and microstrips.

Why choose Hefei Topwave Directional Coupler 7dB?

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