RF Power Divider

  • RFTYT Low PIM Cavity Power Divider

    RFTYT Low PIM Cavity Power Divider

    Low intermodulation cavity power divider is a commonly used electronic device in wireless communication systems, used to divide the input signal into multiple outputs. It has the characteristics of low intermodulation distortion and high power distribution, and is widely used in microwave and millimeter wave communication systems.

    The low intermodulation cavity power divider consists of a cavity structure and coupling components, and its working principle is based on the propagation of electromagnetic fields within the cavity. When the input signal enters the cavity, it is assigned to different output ports, and the design of coupling components can effectively suppress the generation of intermodulation distortion. The intermodulation distortion of low intermodulation cavity power splitters mainly comes from the presence of nonlinear components, so the selection and optimization of components need to be considered in design.

  • RFTYT Power Divider One Point Two, One Point Three, One Point Four

    RFTYT Power Divider One Point Two, One Point Three, One Point Four

    A power divider is a power management device used to distribute electrical energy to different electrical devices. It can effectively monitor, control, and distribute power to ensure the normal operation of various electrical equipment and the rational utilization of electricity. A power divider usually consists of power electronic devices, sensors, and control systems.

    The main function of a power divider is to achieve the distribution and management of electrical energy. Through a power divider, electrical energy can be accurately distributed to different electrical devices to meet the electrical energy needs of each device. The power divider can dynamically adjust the power supply based on the power demand and priority of each device, ensure the normal operation of important equipment, and allocate electricity reasonably to improve the efficiency of electricity utilization.