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FAQ-Which WLAN Components Are Commonly Used

Publication Date:  2015-06-26 Views:  696 Downloads:  0

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Which WLAN Components Are Commonly Used?


The following WLAN components are commonly used:

Splitter: divides a signal into two or more signals.

Coupler: divides a signal on a port into uneven signals on multiple output port.

Attenuator/Load: reduces the amplitude or power of a signal without appreciably distorting its waveform. The load is a special attenuator with unlimited attenuation. The load connects to the unused output radio port, preventing radio interference.

Combiner: combines radio signals of multiple systems over one channel and distributes receive signals over one channel to ports of each system without interference. Combiners are classified into single-band combiners and multiple-channel combiners.


Type N connector

SMA connector

Protection components

Surge protection device

Other protection components: optical fiber tube, ground cable, and waterproof tape