multicoupler

multicoupler

[′məl·tə‚kəp·lər]
(electronics)
A device for connecting several receivers to one antenna and properly matching the impedances of the receivers to the antenna.
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The cutterbar mount has the same interface as that of the LEXION, featuring a central multicoupler, a practical central locking system and protective front attachment suspension.
Customers who have purchased the firms tactical radios may also wish to augment these with the MA-250 VHP 30- 108MHz wideband antenna multicoupler which allows two VHF transmitters to link to a single antenna, reducing the number of aerials required for each radio system.
Similarly, in the receive path, single-channel operation will not require a multicoupler.
The post-limiter filter amplitude ripple of 0.15 dB then will add to the adjacent channel recombination effect and the upconverter, transmitter and multicoupler amount to yield a net peak-to-valley ripple of 0.6 dB for a 25 KHZ channel, a design margin of 0.2 dB.
Bids are requested for the purchase and delivery of various radio repeater and multicoupler units as per the specifications contained herein.
The Matrix system is a 16x256 multicoupler switching system that can be configured for the customer's specific needs.
Any transmit sites within the system must be chosen and engineered, for maximum range and coverage considerations, so if TXing from a dense RF location, all engineered duplexers, combiners, and/or multicouplers must interoperate with any existing transmitters (PD and FD) without interfering with their transmissions.
The order includes the delivery of more than 2200 R&S Series4200 VHF and UHF software defined radios, plus other system components such as R&S GV4000 redundancy switches, filters, RX multicouplers and equipment cabinets.
Included in the order is the delivery of over 2200 R&S Series4200 VHF and UHF software defined radios as well as other system components such as R&S GV4000 redundancy switches, filters, RX multicouplers and equipment cabinets.
We are also the world's leading producer of IF-to-Tape Converters and ancillary equipment ranging from Receiver Interface Units to Multicouplers. With 35 years of experience in the design and manufacture of COMINT & ELINT technology, our products represent outstanding value and are second to none, in terms of performance, reliability, and affordability.
The company will also be promoting products from its range of peripherals, such as main/standby switchover units, antenna combiners, multicouplers, filters, coupling systems, high-power transmitters (up to 700W) and high-sensitivity receivers.
Merrimac introduces a new line of Multi-Mix [R] PICO quads, couplers, inline multicouplers, along with Multi-Mix vector modulators and filters for base station and 802.11a and 802.11b wireless applications.
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