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Mini circuits Bias Tee is pupular.Mini circuits have introduced Bias Tee recently. Mini circuits Bias Tee has features such as Low insertion loss, better VSWR and RoHS compliant.

Bias Tee is used for various applications such as biasing of amplifiers, laser diodes, antennas. It is used for DC return, DC blocking and as test and measurement accessory.

Bias Tee

Figure-1 depicts internals of Bias Tee. As shown it will have 3 ports. RF signals incident on port 1 will be delivered to the port-2 and DC is blocked by capacitor. On port-3 DC is passed and RF signal is blocked using inductor component.

Bias Tee selection Guide

In order to select Bias Tee for the application following parameters are to be considered.
• Frequency Range of Operation• Max. DC voltage and current• Impedance•  VSWR• Insertion Loss• RF Connector type(SMA M/F etc.)

About Mini circuits

Mini circuits has been founded in 1969. It is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. They are leader in IF, RF, Microwave and signal processing components, modules, sub-systems and systems. The products are available from DC to 40GHz frequency bands. Mini circuits products have wide applications which include WLAN, WiMAX, Cellular, Medical, Testing equipments, radar, aevionics, satellite etc.
Website:http://www.minicircuits.com/

Mini circuits Bias Tee models

The Mini circuits Bias Tee can be used for wide temperature range and can handle RF power upto max. of +30dBm. The products are RoHS compliant.It can handle DC current of upto 4Amps. The products are available from frequency of 100 kHz to about 12 GHz.

Mini Circuits Bias Tee
Model No
Specifications
ZFBT-6G+ Frequency range:10 to 6000MHz
Impedance: 50 Ohm
Low insertion loss (0.6dB typically)
Isolation of 40dB
ZFBT-33-75-FT+ Frequency range: 10 to 3000MHz
Impedance: 75 Ohm
Insertion loss: 0.15dB
VSWR: 1.13:1

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