A Quick Guide to Power Dividers
At Werlatone.com, we know the world of high power multi-octave devices can be confounding and overwhelming. We have gained our extensive knowledge of high power multi-octave devices through almost 50 years of experience in the field. Knowing the complex nature of this field, we want to make sure our customers are able to make the most informed decisions. Rather than keep our customers in the dark, we feel it is important for even our most novice customers have a general understanding of our products.
Power dividers are incredibly useful pieces of electronics. Basically, power dividers are built for direct power dividing. They are used when it is necessary to split one source into two separate parts for measuring purposes or when a signal simply needs to be distributed or combined. Powder dividers have a single input port and two or more output ports. In most cases, the device is designed in such a way to allow the outputs to be completely isolated from one another.
Many industries throughout the world use power dividers. Currently, 70% of our customers are military communications, 15% are involved in the commercial communications field, 10% use our products in universities and in the medical industry, and 5% work in government laboratories like NUWC, ARL, and NSWC.
While there are many places to find devices like power dividers, Werlatone.com is the only place to find our patented Mismatch Tolerant® high-power multi-octave devices. We team a highly knowledgeable engineering staff with an equally skilled manufacturing department to develop the best devices using the most state-of-the-art technology. Each one of our products, including our power dividers, goes through an arduous quality assurance process. We do this because we have built a reputation as being one of the most trusted suppliers of electronics devices. We strive to maintain this standard by performing high power tests to all our devices.
If you are interested in seeing our inventory, take a look at our extensive website at Werlatone.com. Additionally, if you have questions about our power dividers, please feel free to contact us by calling (845)278-2220 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.