Power Splitters feature low insertion loss.

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With insertion loss of 0.3-0.9 dB above theoretical 3 dB limit and low passive intermodulation from 600 MHz to 6 GHz, 2-way 0° Model ZB2PD-63+ is suited for applications ranging from wireless LAN, cellular, and satellite networks to instrumentation, MMDC, and UHF TV. Surface mount Models TCP-2-33X+ and TCP-2-272+ also feature low insertion loss and optimal amplitude and phase unbalance, with wideband frequency ranges of 1-3 GHz and 5-2700 MHz, respectively.



Original Press Release:



New Power Splitter Design from Mini-Circuits Meets Stringent Requirements for Insertion Loss and Passive Intermodulation



Customers come to us all the time with new, challenging requirements, and our ZB2PD-63+ two way-0° power splitter is yet another example of how our design engineers meet, and exceed, expectations every day. So if you're in the market for a splitter with low insertion loss and low passive intermodulation-from 600 MHz to 6 GHz-you'll want to take a closer look!

This all-new design features a typical IL only 0.3-0.9 dB above the theoretical 3-dB limit, inherently low passive intermodulation, and excellent amplitude and phase unbalance for up to 15W signals. Together with a value-laden price less than half that of competitive models, the ZB2PD-63+ is ideal for a wide range of systems-from wireless LAN, cellular, and satellite networks to instrumentation, MMDC, and UHF TV!

And if you're looking for surface-mount 2 way-0° power splitters, there are even more reasons to go to minicircuits.com. Our new TCP-2-33X+ and TCP-2-272+ models also feature low insertion loss and excellent amplitude and phase unbalance, with wideband frequency ranges of 1-3 GHz and 5-2700 MHz respectively. And both models utilize our unique Top Hat(TM) for faster pick-and-place throughput-as does our newest surface-mount transformer, the TC16-161TX+. This all-new model provides DC isolation and a 16:1 impedance ratio for 0.6-160 MHz signals, with excellent amplitude and phase unbalance.
For more information on these, and all the rest of our newest products, just go to the New Product Announcements section at Mini-Circuits.com!

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