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BBTLine Intros BroadBand Surface Mount (SMT) Directional Coupler

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BBTLine BBTLine_Coupler1_SMT - RF CafeKirkland, Washington - BBTLine has introduced a four port, surface mount (SMT), RF Directional Coupler. The coupler has excellent performance from DC to >6 GHz. Different BOM configurations allow the user to select between Directivity options. The device is shown here without components populated and without an EMI shield can (EMI shield can is optional).


P/N: BBTLine_Coupler1_SMT

• BroadBand 0.8 to 7 GHz Operation

• Low Loss (0.6 dB at 6 GHz)

• High Directivity (>23 dB to 6.2 GHz)

• RoHS Compliant

• Immersion Silver Finish

Anticipated Cost:

$25, quantity = 1 to 9

$22.50, quantity = 10 to 19

$20.00, quantity = 20 to 29

$17.50, quantity = 30+



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About BBTLine

BBTLine LLC was founded in 2014 to exploit the many benefits of a patented technique for manufacturing multi-octave, small-sized, low return loss, phase and amplitude balanced RF and microwave power combiners / splitters that avoids some of the deficiencies of traditional Wilkinson-style designs.

Contact Information

Mark Derbyshire
10907 NE 133 Street
Kirkland, WA  98034
Phone: 425-273-3712
E-Mail: mark.derbyshire@bbt-line.com
Web: www.bbt-line.com



Posted August 6, 2017

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