Cross Country Wireless HF/VHF/UHF Multicoupler
Following on from our successful SDR-4+ HF SDR Receiver we have released a HF/VHF/UHF Multicoupler.
The HF/VHF/UHF Multicoupler allows a single antenna to be shared with up to five receivers. The Multicoupler uses a high linearity silicon germanium RF amplifier and has in-built lightning surge and over-power protection on the antenna port with over-power protection on each receiver port.
The wide frequency range allows the Multicoupler to be deployed on a variety of signals intelligence or monitoring tasks. It can be used with HF, VHF, UHF or wideband antennas as required.
A new revised design (March 2014) extends the frequency coverage to 1300 MHz.
Frequency range: 500 kHz to 1300 MHz
Input impedance: 50 ohms
Output impedance: 50 ohms
Bandwidth (-3 dB): 1 MHz to 1100 MHz
Bandwidth (-6 dB): 500 kHz to 1300 MHz
Output IP3: +40 dBm
Reverse isolation: Better than 30 dB at 1200 MHz (better than 40 dB below 100 MHz)
Receiver port isolation: Better than 20 dB at 1200 MHz (better than 30 dB below 150 MHz)
Supply voltage: 7 to 25 V
Supply current: 100 mA
Connectors: BNC female (RF in 50 ohms), BNC female (RF out 50 ohms), 2.5mm DC power socket and a M4 ground terminal.
Enclosure: Hammond 1590WBFLBK diecast aluminium box with exterior plastic coating
Overall dimensions: 140 mm (L) x 90 mm (W) x 35 mm (H)
A 9.43 MB PDF copy of the review of an early version of the HF/VHF/UHF Multicoupler from the January 2013 edition of Radio User magazine can be downloaded here .
A 201.3 kB PDF copy of the review in Italian of an early version of the HF/VHF/UHF Multicoupler from the October 2013 edition of Radio Kit Elettronica magazine can be downloaded here .
A 1U rack mount version is also available. More details on this web page.
£129.95 (inc Tax) £107.95 (exc Tax). The PayPal button automatically adds 20% VAT if the buyer is in the UK or EU. It also adds the correct shipping cost. Customers outside the EU pay the lower (exc Tax) price.
Contact Chris Moulding via Email address hidden from spambots for more details.
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