Multiplexers

Using the same concepts as diplexers, multiplexer components connect RF signals at the input and output ports.

There are various multiplexer types such as duplexer, triplexer, quadplexer and quintplexer based on the total number and type of RF inputs. The one commonality of all types is that they have one single output port where all the input ports can coexist without interference.


Diagram of RF Multiplexer
Diagram of RF Multiplexers


Multiplexer RF Capabilities

Nominal F Channel Frequency Insertion Loss Rejection PB Return Power
GHz GHz Loss dB GHz dB Loss dB W
2 - 4 - 8 - 12 - 18 J0 2.0 - 18.0 <9.54 20
J1 2.0 - 3.8 <1.0 9.2 - 18.0 >60
J2 4.2 - 7.6 <1.0 DC - 3.4 >60
9.2 - 18.0 >60
J3 8.4 - 12.0 <1.0 DC - 6.8 >60
13.2 - 18.0 >60
J4 12.6 - 18.0 <1.0 DC - 10.1 >60
J1 / J2 4.0 +/- 40 MHz <5.0
J2 / J3 8.0 +/- 80 MHz <5.0
J3 / J4 12.0 +/- 100 MHz <5.0
DC - 4 - 8 - 12 - 18 J0 2.0 - 18.0 <9.54 20
J1 2.0 - 3.8 <1.0 9.2 - 18.0 >60
J2 4.2 - 7.6 <1.0 DC - 3.4 >60
9.2 - 18.0 >60
J3 8.4 - 12.0 <1.0 DC - 6.8 >60
13.2 - 18.0 >60
J4 12.6 - 18.0 <1.0 DC - 10.1 >60
J1 / J2 4.0 +/- 40 MHz <5.0
J2 / J3 8.0 +/- 80 MHz <5.0
J3 / J4 12.0 +/- 100 MHz <5.0
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