An RF Isolator is a two port device that protects RF components in a system from excessive signal reflection. It is a non-reciprocal device that ensures that all the power is transmitted from port 1 to port 2, while isolating absorbing/isolating any power incident at port 2.
RF circulators are three port devices designed to provide isolation between transmit and receive signals for radar, actively electronically steered antenna (AESA) arrays, satellite communications, and telecommunications applications.
RF resistors are excellent for mounting directly to heat sinks for improved heat dissipation. The devices are available in single, double and four hole flange-mounting styles. These devices have standard resistance values of 50 & 100 ohms. The RF resistors are offered in power ratings ranging from 250 to 800 watts.
Power wave will decay through Attenuation Chip. Its basic function is to attenuate the power level of the pass-through signal. Normally, the insertion loss of communication component is required as lower as possible. However, the Attenuation Chip is acting as an opposite role.
Coaxial load is a single port passive microwave device, which is widely used in microwave devices and microwave circuits.
A coaxial attenuator is an electronic device specifically designed to reduce the power of a signal without affecting or reducing the waveform of the signal significantly. An attenuator works exactly opposite of an amplifier which increases the power of the signal without altering the waveform.
A RF Diplexer is a passive filter (RF) component with three ports, which enables the sharing of a common antenna between two distinct frequency bands. This technology allows transmitters operating on different frequencies to use the same antenna and each band may both transmit and/or receive.
RF Power Dividers/Splitters are designed to break an input signal into two or more output signals with a specific phase and amplitude. The insertion loss ranges from 0.1 dB to 6 dB with a frequency range of 0 Hz to 45 GHz.
RF couplers are passive devices that are used to sample high frequency signals. It takes one signal as the input and provides two outputs – One being the regular output and the other being the coupled output. Based on the required application, the power level of the coupled signal can be varied when designing the device.
A RF Amplifier is a type of electronic amplifier that converts a low-power radio-frequency signal into a higher power signal. Typically, RF amplifiers drive the antenna of a transmitter. Design goals often include gain, power output, bandwidth, power efficiency, linearity (low signal compression at rated output), input and output impedance matching, and heat dissipation.