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in inset feed after matching patch antenna impedance is matched to 50Ω stripline. does it have any significance on the length of 50Ω strip line or it can be of any length i am new to design and planning to use λ/4 transformers for splitting feed(two T junction splitters)
I think is about pulsed 800W, and not continuous wave (CW) signal. An RF system that use a wilkinson splitter which supports 800W is really a design challenge. In the literature when you search for "High power wilkinson combiner" the maximum supported power is about 100W.
In my design, I'm using the wilkinson divider as a 'junction' for tx or rx path. Why do you do that? Even with an "ideal" wilkinson divider, you will loose 3dB in TX and 3dB in RX direction. In TX mode, half of the power is lost in the resistor. In RX mode, half of the power is lost because it goes to (...)
Hi everyone, I'm interested in designing a microstrip power combiner to connect two modules to one antenna (only one module will be connected at a time). The idea is to have just one antenna connector on the PCB regardless the module I'm using at the moment. I've been looking wilkinson's power divider and T (...)
Your question is not clear. Do you design your own splitter or already have one? What are design details? If you design it you need to use right transmission lines and connectors. For 50 Ohm 2-way splitter you will need two 70.7 Ohm lines and one 50 Ohm line, all about ? of wavelength long. Also it is very (...)
hi, can you help me to design an "Microstrip wilkinson equal combiner of 50 W" and to simulate on ADS or Ansoft. what PCB materials should be used. Added after 1 minutes: Frequency is 100 Mhz
Hello All, Background story : I'm designing a 2-way microstrip wilkinson power splitter in CST MWS. After a succesfull design of the basic splitter (S21~-3dB, S11<-20dB over most of the desired bandwidth) I have extended the output lines and added a 90 bend to both lines (...)