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Werbel Microwave


Werbel Microwave Intros 4-Way Power Divider for 600 to 7400 MHz - RF Cafe

Model D−4974, 10 dB directional coupler for 300 MHz to 8 GHz.

D−4974 loss and isolation vs. frequency plots - RF Cafe

D−4974 loss and isolation vs. frequency plots.

Specifications (typical)

  • Frequency: 0.6 to 7.4 GHz
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Ret. Loss (Port S): 17 dB
  • Ret. Loss (Ports 1-4): 19 dB
  • Ins. Loss (>6.02 dB): 1.7 dB
  • Isolation: 20 dB
  • Amplitude Balance: 0.2 dB
  • Phase Balance 2.5°
  • Input Power: 30 W (max.)
  • Temperature: -55 to +85 °C
July 27, 2023 -- Werbel Microwave presents an impressive array of features in our latest offering. The Werbel model D−4974 power divider/combiner is a versatile and feature-rich component. It offers an impressive power handling capacity of up to 30 W, ensuring consistent and reliable performance. With a wide frequency band ranging from 600 to 7400 MHz, it caters to a diverse range of applications. The D−4974 demonstrates a low average insertion loss of approximately 0.6 dB, minimizing signal degradation. It also exhibits low amplitude unbalance (typically 0.15 dB) and low phase unbalance (around 2 degrees). These exceptional qualities make the D−4974 well-suited for various applications including ISM, test and measurement, laboratory setups, LTE, WiFi, and Bluetooth systems. Experience efficient signal splitting and combining capabilities with the reliable Werbel Microwave D−4974 power divider/combiner. 

Click here for the D−4974 spec sheet.

About Werbel Microwave

Werbel Microwave Manufacturing Capabilities - RF Cafe

In-House Manufacturing Capability

Werbel Microwave Made in USA - RF Cafe

Since 2014, Werbel Microwave has designed and produced high performance radio frequency components for military, commercial, test and measurement applications.

Werbel Microwave welcomes customers to submit their customized RF requirements for quotation. Werbel Microwave also welcomes distributors and resellers.

Orders placed online typically ship within 24 hours.

We have expanded in-house engineering capabilities to support and maintain product design with minimal end-of-life risk.

Ernest Werbel, Jr. Werbel Microwave - RF CafeContact:

Ernest T. Werbel, Jr.
President / Chief Engineer
Werbel Microwave LLC
622 NJ-10, Suite 9
Whippany, NJ, 07981 
Tel: (973) 515-3001
Fax: (973) 515-3004
Cell: (973) 900-2480

E-Mail: ernest@werbelmicrowave.com

WWeb: werbelmicrowave.com



Posted July 27, 2023

Werbel Microwave (power dividers, couplers)

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