Combiners

Combiners are devices for assembling a signal from several transmitters to one antenna in multi-channel base stations. Depending on the design, hybrid combiners are also used on volumetric resonators. Hybrid combiners are compact in size, allow to combine signals with any minimum frequency difference, but have greater losses. Thus, a 2-channel hybrid combiner with a double insulator gives a loss of 4 dB. 4-channel – 7 dB. Combiners on bulk resonators introduce minimal power loss, but require 125 kHz and more channel spacing.

 

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Type
Range
Power rating, W
Hybrid combiner
VHF
50
Hybrid combiner
VHF
50
Hybrid combiner
VHF
50
Hybrid combiner
VHF
50
Hybrid combiner
VHF
100
Hybrid combiner
VHF
100
Hybrid combiner
VHF
100
Hybrid combiner
VHF
100
Hybrid combiner
UHF
50
Hybrid combiner
UHF
50
Hybrid combiner
UHF
50
Hybrid combiner
UHF
50
Hybrid combiner
UHF
100
Hybrid combiner
UHF
100
Hybrid combiner
UHF
100
Hybrid combiner
UHF
100
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/99
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
VHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Cavity combiner
UHF
50/100
Isolator
VHF
50
Isolator
VHF
50
Isolator
VHF
100
Isolator
VHF
100
Isolator
UHF
50
Isolator
UHF
50
Isolator
UHF
100
Isolator
UHF
100
Low Pass Filter
VHF
150
Rx multicoupler
VHF
20
Rx multicoupler
VHF
20
Rx multicoupler
VHF
20