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Procom Launch a New Series of 100W Diplexers

Published by antennaPRO

Press release for launch of a new series of 100W Diplexers covering the VHF, Tetra and UHF frequency bands.

5th October 2012

Procom are pleased to announce the launch of a new series of high-performance 100W Diplexers covering VHF, TETRA and UHF frequency bands.

This new series of PRO-DIPX Diplexers are designed using the Chebyshev characteristic which ensures low insertion loss typically • 0.6 dB and high isolation of • 40 dB. Covering 0-960MHz with SMA, TNC or BNC connectors.

Diplexers are passive devices that multiplex two ports into a single common port. They prevent intermodulation and keep reflected VSWR to a minimum for each of the input transmitters. A typical example would be the simultaneous operation of two different band radio transceivers on a common antenna.

Michael Hudson, for Procom UK Systems commented: “These are exciting and important new products for Procom and we are confident that these additions will confirm Procom’s position as market leader in the design of RF filtering solutions.


Notes for editors

Procom UK Systems Ltd was established in 2005 and is the UK distributor for Procom A/S, of Frederikssund, Denmark. Based in Herne Bay, Kent the company is privately owned. Procom A/S established in 1980 is a world leader in the design and manufacturer of high quality antennas, filters and combining equipment. Products are available in a variety of formats to suit a wide range of customer requirements.

For more information, please contact:

Michael Hudson

Procom UK Systems Ltd, Unit 5B, Altira Park, Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 6GZ.

Telephone: 01227 743099 Fax: 01227 743098


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