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microstrip splitter

Every engineer should carefully consider their options before making a purchase of a Microstrip Power Splitter. A high gain, low insertion loss, and high isolation are all characteristics of an effective microstrip power splitter. Because the device possesses these characteristics, it can be utilized in a diverse set of contexts and settings.


Wide operating frequency

In order to achieve better performance, it is essential for the microstrip power divider to have a wide operating frequency range. The new topology offers a fresh approach to the realization of wideband power division and port-to-port isolation at the same time.

To begin, the quarter wavelength transmission lines of the microstrip splitter divider are switched out for a bandpass filter in order to make way for the wide operating band of the microstrip power divider. This strategy makes it possible to design a microstrip power divider that has a high bandwidth and suppresses harmonics at the same time. Second, a simulation of the length of the microstrip transmission line is performed so that its length can be determined. The LC circuit is then tuned to block arbitrary harmonics in order to complete the process.

According to the findings of the simulation, the typical amount of insertion loss across the operational bandwidth is -3 dB. In addition to this, the wideband operating band exhibits an input return loss that is lower than -19 dB. This is the result of implementing the hybrid solution that was proposed.

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