antenna coupler

antenna coupler

[an′ten·ə ‚kəp·lər]
(electromagnetism)
A radio-frequency transformer, tuned line, or other device used to transfer energy efficiently from a transmitter to a transmission line or from a transmission line to a receiver.
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Contract awarded for Acquisition And Radio Base Vhf Antenna Coupler
Because the AIS 300 has a built-in VHF antenna coupler all you need to do is route your VHF antenna cable through the AIS 300 and then back to your VHF radio.
Milford, NH, is being awarded a $5,899,702 firm-fixed-price contract for the procurement of 16 F/A-18+ AN/ALR-67(V)3 antenna coupler interconnecting groups for the Royal Australian Air Force and the government of Canada.
Together with its 4916 Antenna Coupler, the 4921 RF Shield and an up-to-date list for supported phones, the company provides a solution to support Go/NoGo testing of the latest wireless devices like mobile phones, wireless PDAs and EDGE/UMTS data cards.
The 4916 is said to be the first antenna coupler with a contiguous bandwidth covering the important frequency bands for cellular wireless.
That charge makes a high voltage electrostatic field that when discharged can fry the circuits in the RF-382 antenna coupler.
The contractor is producing Core Test Sets; spares; Test Program Set antenna coupler sets; and Test Program Interface Hardware; joint customer support; and data for the Air Force, Navy, and foreign military sales to Kuwait.
While the concrete is hardening, the new antenna coupler is installed in the antenna tuning unit at the base of the broadcast tower.
Using the model SL-7871 dual-band antenna coupler, these dual antennas now may be combined into a single cable to the base station and then separated again with an identical coupler to be fed to their respective processing equipment.