Cross Country Wireless

Cross Country Wireless Multicoupler HF/VHF/UHF

With the HF/VHF/UHF multicoupler, a single antenna can be shared with up to five receivers. The multicoupler has built-in lightning and overvoltage protection at the antenna connection and overvoltage protection at each receiver connection.
The wide frequency range allows the multicoupler to be used for a variety of signal reconnaissance or monitoring tasks. It can be used with HF, VHF, UHF or broadband antennas as required.

Key Facts

  • Multiple versions for different frequency ranges
  • Strong housing
  • Owen splitter with amplifier
  • Unused ports should be terminated with 50 Ohm
  • Special version with integrated BIAS-T for the CCW Loop Antenna

Technical Data

Feature Value
Frequency range (-6dB) 500 kHz to 1350 MHz -or-
45 MHz - 1350 MHz (VHF/UHF Version) -or-
50 kHz to 35 MHz (HF Version)
Input impedance 50 Ohm
Output impedance 50 Ohm
IP3 +40 dBm
Reverse isolation > 30 dB at 950 MHz
(> 40 dB below 100 MHz)
Receiver port isolation > 20 dB at 950 MHz
(> 30 dB below 150 MHz)
Power Supply 7 - 25 V, 100-120 mA
Connector BNC
2.5mm DC power and a M6 ground terminal
Enclosure Hammond 1590WBFLBK diecast aluminium box with exterior plastic coating
140 mm (L) x 90 mm (W) x 35 mm (H)

Cross Country Wireless

Multicouplers: You will need it as soon as you have multiple receivers
Avoid using T-BNC connections for the distribution of antenna signals
Passive multicouplers are appropriate for a maximum of two receivers.