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50 Ohm High Power Resistive Power Divider/Combiners

JFW’s online 50 Ohm resistive power divider/combiner models are listed in the table below. The power divider/combiner specifications are sortable for easy model selection.

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JFW Model #ConfigurationFrequency StartFrequency StopRF Input PowerRF Connectors
50PD-3772-Way0 MHz (DC)500 MHz200 Watts (Divider) 100 Watts (Combiner)BNC, N, SMA, TNC Female
50PD-5835-Way0 MHz (DC)2000 MHz30 Watts (Divider) 6 Watts (Combiner)BNC, N, SMA, TNC Female
50PD-6314-Way0 MHz (DC)2000 MHz30 Watts (Divider) 7.5 Watts (Combiner)BNC, N, SMA, TNC Female
50PD-6673-Way0 MHz (DC)3000 MHz30 Watts (Divider) 10 Watts (Combiner)BNC, N, SMA, TNC Female
50PD-6702-Way0 MHz (DC)3000 MHz30 Watts (Divider) 15 Watts (Combiner)BNC, N, SMA, TNC Female
50PD-7172-Way0 MHz (DC)2000 MHz20 Watts (Divider) 10 Watts (Combiner)N, SMA Female
50PD-7212-Way0 MHz (DC)1200 MHz80 Watts (Divider) 40 Watts (Combiner)N, SMA, TNC Female

RF Path Examples for Power Dividers/Combiners
Reactive 2-Way
A to B = 3.6dB (insertion loss)
A to C = 3.6dB (insertion loss)
B to A = 3.6dB (insertion loss)
C to A = 3.6dB (insertion loss)
B to C = 20dB (isolation)
C to B = 20dB (isolation)

Resistive 2-Way
A to B = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
A to C = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
B to A = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
C to A = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
B to C = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
C to B = 6.5dB (insertion loss)
Characteristics of Resistive Power Divider/Combiner

Resistive power dividers/combiners function all the way down to DC.
Resistive Power dividers/combiners can be used to combine several signals or split a single signal.
Due to their symmetric design, the isolation of a resistive divider/combiner is equal to its insertion loss.
Example: A 2-way resistive power divider/combiner has 6dB of insertion from any port to any other port. All paths have 6dB of insertion loss.
Because a resistive Power divider/combiner has identical insertion loss from any port to any other port, it acts much like a node in a mesh network.
A resistive power divider/combiner has much higher insertion loss than reactive power divider/combiner. Example: 2-way resistive = 6dB, 2-way reactive = 3dB
Some configurations such as 5-way, 7-way, and 10-way are more readily available as resistive power dividers/combiners than as reactive power dividers/combiners.

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