Multiplexers, can be considered as duplexers (2 bands), triplexers (three bands), quadruplexers ( 4 bands), up to as manu as 12 bands. They provide a cost-effective solution for carriers,or communication systems operating in multiple frequency bands multiplexing both transmit and receive paths into a single antenna (or vice versa), or split signals from a single antenna into multiple base stations, allowing the system to accommodate a greater number of operating bands.
Our standard triplexers combines or split 3 communication bands, in many wireless bands such as GSM, PCS, LTE, UMTS, WCDMA, and many more. We have an extensive list of standard products to choose from. All listed according to frequency range, and basic specifications. Full datasheets can be downloaded for each products. Custom design are also available.
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|Model||Insertion loss (dB)||Band 2||Band 3||Band 1||Band 3 Bandwidth||Band 2 Bandwidth||Band 1 Bandwidth||Isolation|
|AM1780-2350-4670TR289||<3.0 dB||2350 MHz||4670 MHz||1780 MHz||540 MHz||300 MHz||140 MHz||>20 dB|
|AM670-1110-1390TR287||<3.0 dB||1110 MHz||1390 MHz||670 MHz||50 MHz||50 MHz||50 MHz||>20 dB|
|AM707-742-781TR331||<5.5 dB||728-757 MHz||776-787 MHz||698-716 MHz||11 MHz||29 MHz||18 MHz||>50 dB|
|AM707-742-781TR332||<3.5 dB||728-757 MHz||776-787 MHz||698-716 MHz||11 MHz||29 MHz||18 MHz||>45 dB|
|AM920-1795-2045TR323||<1.0 dB||1795 MHz||2045 MHz||920 MHz||250 MHz||170 MHz||80 MHz||>25 dB|
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