18.0 to 26.5GHz – Coaxial Isolator
These devices allow two different directional signals to share the same channel.
The classic use of this three-port device is for routing signals between the antenna and the transceiver,
allowing incoming signals to enter from the transmitter (port 1) and exit to the receiver (port 2)
while sending signals from the transmitter into the port 3) and exit to the antenna (port 1).
The circulator also acts as an isolator by placing a matching load on one of the ports.
These components can be used for antenna transmit and receive, radar, amplifier systems,
and any application that needs to be isolated from signal reflections and the ability to
send signals in the opposite direction in a single channel.
These circulators have excellent insertion loss, high isolation and reliability.