power divider


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power divider

[′pau̇·ər di‚vīd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
A device used to produce a desired distribution of power at a branch point in a waveguide system.
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The article organization is as follows: Section 2 discusses the design procedure of the proposed UWB NTLs power divider.
The power divider feed network has been designed to provide output amplitudes and phases exactly as required by the antenna array.
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Tan, "An improved UWB non-coplanar power divider," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
An eight-way power divider can be customized for unequal outputs at the ports.
Several methods have been proposed in the literatures to overcome the narrow strip width in single section Wilkinson power divider with high dividing ratio [6-18].
Chen, "A compact three-way dual frequency power divider," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol.
Two microstrip feed lines of the power divider couple the energy from the two slotlines of CPW, thus a power divide, which is also a CPW-to-microstrip transition, is achieved.
10:00 DESIGN OF A WIDEBAND MICROSTRIP POWER DIVIDER
In this design approach, all positive and negative cycles of the sinusoidal source signal are alternately driven into two anti-symmetrical FET half-wave rectifiers, which is different from the conventional balanced structure incorporating a 3 dB power divider.
A patented integral power divider and carrier "power ribs" provide added strength, while inter-axle driveline angles considerably reduce vibrations, Dana said.
The splitter or equal-loss power divider is used at branch junctions where equal-length trunk branches are required; the directional coupler or unequal-loss power divider is used at branch junctions where unequal-length trunk branches are required.