Unequal Power Splitters offer range of signal-split ratios.

Press Release Summary:

Unequal Power Splitters, or Tappers, unevenly split high power signals for in-building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) applications and designs. There are 6 models, which offer 2:1, 3:1, 4:1, 6:1, 8:1, or 10:1 signal-split ratio over 698–2,700 MHz (Cellular, PCS, AWS, and BRS/EBS frequencies) range and feature PIM ratings of better than -150 dBc. With minimal coupling variation over entire frequency band, splitters handle power levels up to 300 W (CW) and operate from -55 to +85°C.

Original Press Release:

MECA Electronics NEW Line of Unequal Power Splitters

Designed For In-Building DAS Applications, Offers Split Ratios of 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 Or 10:1 From 698 - 2700 MHz.

Denville NJ - Microwave Electronics Corporation of America (MECA) is proud to announce the launch of a NEW Line of Unequal Power Splitters or Tappers, developed to unevenly split high power signals for In-Building Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Applications & Designs.

The line consists of six models offering a 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, or 10:1 signal-split ratio respectively, over 698-2700 MHz (Cellular, PCS, AWS, and BRS/EBS frequencies) and feature low PIM ratings – (better than -150dBc.), with ultra-low VSWR and minimal coupling variation over the entire frequency band. They easily handle high power levels of 300W (CW) and have an operational temperature range of -55°C to +85°C.  As with all MECA products, they are MADE IN THE USA and are offered with a standard 36 month warranty.

Visit e-MECA.com or call (973) 625-0661 for more information.

Reference P/N: U2N-08-1.700V-M01  (6:1 signal split ratio model)

About MECA Electronics

Microwave Electronic Components of America, (MECA) is a privately held ISO9001:2008 certified manufacturer of passive microwave components. Founded and headquartered in Denville, NJ, MECA has consistently contributed industry leading innovative solutions to the Microwave Marketplace since 1961.

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