Reactive vs. Wilkinson Splitters

Splitters are used extensively in wireless signal distribution networks, to split the base station transmitted signal, Tx, into many different paths to reach multiple antennas, and at the same time to transmit the signals received by the antennas, Rx, back to the base station receiver. This application note tells you how to decide between a Reacctive and Wilkinson Splitter.

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