Pasternack's New RF Hybrid Couplers Has Operating Frequency Range up to 40 GHz


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Pasternack, an Infinite Electronics brand and a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has just expanded its line of RF hybrid couplers with new models that meet the demands for higher frequency components.

Pasternack’s hybrid coupler line expansion consists of 21 new models with a high-frequency operating range of up to 40 GHz for wide band applications. These coaxial designs feature SMA and 2.92mm connectors. They are ideal for RF applications that require an even split of input and output ports with 90-degree or 180-degree phase shifts while maintaining high isolation between the ports. These hybrid couplers deliver power handling capability of up to 100W (CW). These new models provide very good isolation and insertion loss performance with low return loss. The flat phase balance performance spans across the frequency range.

“We are happy to be able to offer these high-performance hybrid couplers to meet engineers’ immediate needs for small quantities of components for testing and proof-of-concept builds,” said Steven Pong, Product Line Manager at Pasternack.

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