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kartys
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Shouldn't the minimum insertion loss for a two-port device be 3 dB?
kartys   10/19/2013 3:20:53 PM
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Since the input power is being split into two halves, and each half is going to one of the two outputs, shouldn't the minimum insertion loss really be 3 dB?  http://www.ece.ucsb.edu/~long/ece145a/Lab2_145A/powersplitters.pdf

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Re: no idea
elctrnx_lyf   10/19/2013 9:28:56 AM
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Winding transformers and making them really work is an interesting job.

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Caleb Kraft   9/26/2013 12:43:05 PM
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I don't know why, but I really love winding toroids or making coils. there's something cathartic about getting a perfect coil laid down just right. 



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