Skip to content

Signal Distribution

Power Dividers, Samplers and Crossovers

Smiths Interconnect offers a wide array of products to support signal distribution applications up to 50 GHz. They are surface mountable for ease of installation, have a small footprint, and are RoHS compliant.

Features & Benefits

  • Wilkinson and Resistive Power Dividers with 2-, 3- and 4-way power splits and operating frequency up to 50 GHz
  • Crossovers which bridge an RF signal over a DC line or two RF signals replacing the use of multilayer RF board or RF coaxial jumpers
  • Power Samplers which provide a simple yet reliable way to implement signal or power tap-off
  • All HybriX® products provide high performance in compact footprint. The surface-mountable signal distribution products are constructed with advanced alumina and aluminum nitride materials.
  • Power dividers available for though 6G bands
  • Surface mountable
  • High power handling
  • Low insertion loss
  • RoHS compliant
  • Tape & Reel packaging
  • Power Division up to 12 Ways

Related News

  • Image of Space Missions

    Expanding the Frontier

    As Space Missions evolve, so do Smiths Interconnect’s light and compact connectivity solutions.

  • Image of HBB Power Connectors

    New high-power connectors for demanding defense applications

    The new HBB connector takes the 500 amp version of a single-pole and replaces the internals to have five poles, each with size eight contacts and two interlocked pins. This means that in a very tight space, the customer can run five power lines which increases the connectors’ flexibility and offers the ability to run redundant lines as required.

  • Image of Dundee site qualification and test laboratory general purpose test area.

    One-stop-shop laboratory replicates deep space environment

    Space flight hardware is exposed to severe shock, vibration, thermal variations and electromagnetic environments that start with launch and continue throughout its operational lifetime. Environmental tests expose the hardware to these environments in a simulation laboratory to validate the design, screen for manufacturing defects and ensure the reliability and survivability of flight hardware.