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Werbel Microwave

 

Specifications (typical)

  • Frequency: 0.3 to 8 GHz
  • Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Coupling: 10 ±1.2 dB
  • Directivity: 25 dB (0.3 - 6 GHz)
  •                  22 dB (6-8 GHz)
  • Flatness: ±0.6 dB
  • Mainline Loss: 1.3 dB
  • Return Loss: 17 dB (min.)
  • Input Power: 20 W (max.)
  • Temperature: -55 to +85 °C

Model C−1830−10, 10 dB directional coupler for 300 MHz to 8 GHz - RF Cafe

Model C−1830−10, 10 dB directional coupler for 300 MHz to 8 GHz.

C−1830−10 coupling vs. frequency plot - RF Cafe 

C−1830−10 coupling vs. frequency plot.

July 20, 2023 -- Werbel Microwave presents an impressive array of features in our latest offering. The C-1830-10 from Werbel Microwave is an ultra-wideband directional coupler with exceptional performance across frequencies from 0.3 to 8 GHz. It offers excellent coupling flatness, good directivity, and can handle up to 20 W of power. This coupler is well-suited for lab testing and power monitoring applications, among others. With its ultra-wide bandwidth, spanning from 0.3 to 8 GHz, it eliminates the need to switch components for different frequency bands in most lab testing scenarios. The coupler also provides high directivity (24 dB typ.), minimizing detrimental effects from output mismatches. Additionally, it offers excellent coupling flatness of ±0.8 dB typ., eliminating the need for compensation circuits in many cases. 

Click here for the C−1830−10 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 20, 2023

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