diplexer


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diplexer

[′dī‚plek·sər]
(electronics)
A coupling system that allows two different transmitters to operate simultaneously or separately from the same antenna.
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Lin, "Design of a high band isolation diplexer for GPS and WLAN system using modified stepped-impedance resonators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Wang, "A 16-31 GHz miniature quadruple sungarmonic monolithic mixer with lumped diplexer," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.
In this paper, a compact and high isolation microstrip diplexer for broadband and WLAN [28, 29] application is designed through the combination of two BPFs without the extra junction matching network.
DESIGN OF DIPLEXER WITH ROTATIONALLY SYMMETRIC STRUCTURE
The structure and the optimized S-parameters for the compact broadband polarizing diplexer is shown in Figs.
JMD's new patent pending technology provides the RF industry with a platform for embedding RF passives (RF filters, diplexer, baluns, etc.) to create integrated passive devices (IPD) and RF module substrates.
The synthesis of the diplexer is carried out in a normalized frequency domain [OMEGA], defined by low-pass to bandpass frequency transformation as:
Each diplexer is made up of a low pass filter and a bandpass filter, as shown in the schematic of Figure 10.
In addition, compact filters with higher selectivity and lower insertion loss are required in many applications, i.e., the diplexer and multiplexer.
This mixer was composed of a hairpin diplexer, an open stub, and a low-pass filter.
The SC3224R design enables the use of a single antenna shared simultaneously by both radios through a diplexer without any significant degradation in performance to either radio, also eliminating the need for additional antennas or Mini Card slots to the system.
The model DP-1149 is a lumped construction diplexer. The low frequency port has [less than or equal to] 1 dB insertion loss from DC to 600 MHz, and the high frequency port has [less than or equal to] 1 dB insertion loss from 1000 to 3000 MHz.