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Comet Triplexers CFX-514

Triplexer, 1.3-90 MHz Low Pass, 130-200 MHz Mid Pass, 380-500 MHz High Pass, 55 dB Isolation, Each

Estimated Ship Date: 7/20/2015 (if ordered today)

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Manufacturer's Part Number: CFX-514
Product Line: Comet Triplexers
DXE Part Number: CMA-CFX-514

Low Pass Frequency Coverage: 1.3-90 MHz
Mid Pass Frequency Coverage: 130-200 MHz
High Pass Frequency Coverage: 380-500 MHz
Low Pass Loss: 0.2 dB
Mid Pass Loss: 0.25 dB
High Pass Loss: 0.3 dB
Low Pass PEP: 800 watts
Mid Pass PEP: 800 watts
High Pass PEP: 500 watts
Isolation: 55 dB
Mix Connector: UHF female, SO-239
Low Pass Port Connector Type: UHF male, PL-259
Mid Pass Port Connector Type: UHF male, PL-259
High Pass Port Connector Type: UHF male, PL-259
Quantity: Sold individually.

Are you in need of splitting off your HF, VHF, or UHF signals, then Comet triplexers are what you are looking for. Sometimes referred to as combiners or splitters, these triplexers are basically band-pass filters, simultaneously passing RF in both directions through the common connector, while the band-pass filters provide a high degree of isolation between ports.

Additional information:

* TX and RX from three radios at the same time into a single triband antenna.
* Combine a triband radio with separate outputs into a single triband antenna.
* Allow a single coax run into three antennas at the top of the tower, and three radios at the bottom, by using a triplexer at both ends of the coax run, avoiding cost and weight.


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