HBR Hybrid Coupler, 2x2 Matrix, 700 to 3800 MHz
$286.00
PCM-HY2-6938.432
PCM-HY2-6938.432
Locally Stocked

Hybrid Couplers are used to develop advanced RF transmission systems where interaction-free signal combining is required. 2x2 couplers are typically used as an effective means of combining two radio carriers. The unit has two input ports which feed two coupled output ports.

This 2x2 Hybrid Coupler has been developed for use as a 4G / 5G MNC in passive in-building coverage systems, along with supporting high powered defence and aerospace technologies. The unit supports a wide frequency range from 700 to 3800 MHz, extremely low intermodulation with a -160 dBc PIM rating, and using 5G-compatible 4.3-10 connectors.

With an IP67 ingress protection rating the power divider can be used indoors or outdoors. It's integrated mounting bracket provides for wall or surface mounting.

Recommended Use

HB Radiofrequency's hybrid couplers have been custom developed to support all major 4G LTE bands along with the extended 5G "mid-band", with full n78 3.5 GHz band covered.

Input Ports
2
Frequency Range [ ? ]698 to 3800 MHz
Inter-Port Isolation [ ? ]
> 25 dB
Max. Input Power [ ? ]
> 300 W
Output Ports
2
Input Impedance50 Ω
VSWR [ ? ]
< 1.25:1
PIM, 3rd Order [ ? ]
< -160 dBc
Port Number Function Insertion Loss Connector
Port #1
0.25 dB
Female
Port #2
0.25 dB
Female
Port #3
3.00 dB
Female
Port #3
3.00 dB
Female
developer_board

Physical Specification

Operating Temperature-40 to 65 °C
Weight
500 g
Construction
Aluminium
Dimensions
159 x 102 x 29.5 mm (L x W x D)
Mounting
Screw / Bolt
Ingress Protection
IP67
CAD Drawing
PCM-HY2-6938.432 CAD Drawing

About the Supplier

HB Radiofrequency engineer high performance 3G, 4G, and 5G components such as antennas, cable assemblies, and RF connectors. Equipment is sourced through the company's extensive global vendor network, providing best-in-class performance. HB Radiofrequency forms an essential unit within the Halberd Bastion enterprise, a wholly Australian-owned company with diversified business units across telecommunications procurement, manufacturing, and projects.