Mil-spec directional microwave couplers covering 0.3 to 18 GHz for wireless broadband and test introduced by KRYTAR

SUNNYVALE, Calif., 22 Aug. 2010. KRYTAR Inc. in Sunnyvale, Calif., is introducing compact stripline directional microwave couplers covering the 0.3 GHz to 18 GHz frequency range emerging wireless broadband designs and many test and measurement applications. These couplers can be manufactured to meet military specifications.

The RF and microwave component family includes six models that deliver 10 dB or 30 dB of coupling within three frequency ranges including those of 0.3–8.0 GHz, 0.3–12.4 GHz, and 0.3–18.0 GHz. Stripline designs offer low insertion loss, high directivity, and tight coupling.

All models handle 20 Watts of average power and 3 kilowatts of peak power. These couplers measure 0.73 inches wide, 0.5 inches high, 6 inches long, and weigh 3.8 ounces. SMA female connectors are standard and N-type female connectors are optional. Operating temperature is -54 to 85 degrees Celsius. For more information contact KRYTAR online at www.krytar.com.

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