Narda Two-Way Power Divider Covers 800 to 2500 MHz
HAUPPAUGE, NY – May 2, 2011 -- Narda, an L-3 Communications (NYSE: LLL) company, today introduced the Model
4372-2, a two-way power divider that operates from 800 to 2500 MHz and is an excellent choice for a broad array of
applications including commercial wireless and defense systems.
The Model 4372-2 has amplitude balance of
0.2 dB or less, phase balance of 3 deg. or better, insertion loss of 0.4 dB or less, isolation of at least 22 dB,
and VSWR of no more than 1.35:1. The power divider can handle an RF input power of 30 W, has SMA female
connectors, and measures 3.1 x 1.6 x 0.5 in.
The Model 4372-2 is in stock and available for immediate
About L-3 Communications
Headquartered in New York City, L-3 Communications is a
leading provider of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems, secure communications systems,
aircraft modernization, training, and government services. The company is a leading merchant supplier of a broad
array of high technology products, including guidance and navigation, sensors, scanners, fuses, data links,
propulsion systems, simulators, avionics, electro optics, satellite communications, electrical power equipment,
encryption, intelligence systems, antennas and microwave components. L-3 also supports a variety of Homeland
Security initiatives with products and services. Its customers include the Department of Defense, Department of
Homeland Security, selected U.S. Government intelligence agencies and aerospace prime contractors.
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