(redirected from Splitter/Combiner)
Category filter:
S/CShopping Center
S/CService Charge
S/CSignal Conditioning
S/CSolid Carbide (machining industry)
S/CShort Circuit
S/CSupercharger (automobiles)
S/CSuper Comp (drag racing class)
S/CSplitter/Combiner (telecommunications)
S/CStatement of Charges
S/CSales Confirmation (shipping)
S/CSafety Computer
S/CStep Climb (aviation)
S/CSuccess/Communication (Toastmasters Program)
S/CSet Course Time
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The result is that sensitivity is degraded as well, unless the lengths of the transmission line sections of the splitter/combiner are appropriately chosen [30, 36].
This 1U 19" chassis is designed to accommodate ETL's 2, 4, and 8-way passive splitter/combiner modules.
The reverse gain must also be taken into account, and, if the phase of the splitter/combiner is appropriate, the currents due to reverse gain flow out of the same output port and add vectorially to the forward gain [16].
On the contrary, in Active Optical Networks (AON), an active curb switch is employed instead of a passive splitter/combiner. That requires electrical supply, physical preservation, and administration of the switch.
The 7.5 W module is achieved with magic tee, 8-way splitter/combiner and 8 ways 1W module.
The two types of component functions used are planar single-mode waveguides with splitter/combiner elements configured to create a balanced MZI and a monolithically integrated array of four nonlinear SOA-XNs.
Each balanced attenuator consists of four Lange couplers, two in a splitter/combiner pair and two in the reflective attenuators.
Pulse has announced its Model CX4011 radio frequency splitter/combiner that is designed for cable television products and distribution equipment.
The new AdrenaLine(R) splitter/combiner networks are not limited to binary splits.
The two helix elements, a microstrip power splitter/combiner and the ground plane, are injection molded as a single-piece component.
The RF/analog library supports key electronic components used in today's RF designs, such as mixers, amplifiers, RLC circuits and splitter/combiners. Typical RF systems that can be designed include AM, FM, analog- and digital-modulated, and spread spectrum systems.