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INSTOCK Wireless Components
50 Intervale Road
Boonton, New Jersey  07005  USA
Tel: 1-973-335-6550
Web: www.instockwireless.com

 

About INSTOCK Wireless Components

INSTOCK Wireless boasts more than three hundred twenty-five RF microwave power divider / combiner models in 2-way thru 64-way configurations furnished with Type N, TNC, BNC, SMA, QMA, and RP-SMA 50 ohm coaxial connectors. Our comprehensive portfolio of RF splitter combiners encompasses all UHF, RF, and microwave frequency applications within the ranges 350-1000 MHz, 698-2700 MHz, 1-2 GHz, and 2.4-6.0 GHz.

Individual models are optimized for common wireless broadband applications, including UHF mobile radio systems (GMRS, LMRS, FRS), Public Safety Band, cellular, GSM 900 / 1800, GNSS systems (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, BeiDou, IRNSS), PCS, UMTS, L Band, W-CDMA-3G, TETRA, IEEE 802.11x, UHF RFID, ISM, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, and 4G LTE. The specially designed Wilkinson microstrip circuits permit passing DC through all ports in passive systems. Models designed for active systems typically permit passing DC through one port to power a remotely located active antenna while blocking DC at the remaining ports. GPS / GNSS models also feature a 200 ohm internal load installed with each DC block to prevent receiver faulting. The newly released Current Steering models provide a DC redundancy fail-safe by allowing two powered inputs while preventing cross-feeding to adjacent ports.

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Off-the-shelf and custom design and manufacture of 2- thru 64-way RF power splitters / combiners. 10 MHz through 6.0 GHz. Optimization for Cell, GSM 900/1800, PCS, UMTS, GPS, L Band, W-CDMA-3G, TETRA, IEEE802.11, UHF RFID, ISM, Wi-Fi, WiMAX and LTE.

Many Thanks to INSTOCK Wireless Components for Their Support!

INSTOCK Wireless Components - RF CafeINSTOCK Wireless Components designs & manufactures UHF/RF power dividers, bias tees, GPS antenna signal splitters, DC blocking L-Band splitters, high-power combiners, and current steering splitters with models in 2-way thru 64-way configurations with Type N, SMA, TNC, BNC, & QMA connectors covering frequencies from 10 MHz to 6 GHz. Custom configurations also available including mix-and-match connector options, IP67 outdoor weatherproof, rackmount, and micro-sized units. ...

INSTOCK Wireless Components: RF & Microwave Power Dividers & Splitters

INSTOCK Wireless Components - RF CafeINSTOCK Wireless boasts more than three hundred twenty-five RF microwave power divider / combiner models in 2-way thru 64-way configurations furnished with Type N, TNC, BNC, SMA, QMA, and RP-SMA 50 ohm coaxial connectors. Our comprehensive portfolio of RF splitter combiners encompasses all UHF, RF, and microwave frequency applications within the ranges 350-1000 MHz, 698-2700 MHz, 1-2 GHz, and 2.4-6.0 GHz ... 

 

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