Power dividers are used across a wide spectrum of industries. Industries across the board, the US military, government agencies and laboratory testing facilities all have a use for digital and broadband power dividers, each specific agency, department and individual company in accordance with its own specific requirements.
Digital power meters have a number of features, among which include optimized accuracy rates, dynamic range potential, compactness and the fact that they are easy to carry. And no on the premises calibrations are required for these devices. Powerful divider designs have been prepared for achieving instant and simultaneous forward and reverse power measurements. Two standard features of the dividers are the inclusion of an alarm and multiple sensors.
Accuracy levels achieved are above five percent. Power meters have graphic interfaces for its users. All on site and off the site monitoring exercises that need to be carried out are secure. The use of local area networking is far and wide. The power dividers are regularly used to test power outputs of base-station transmitters used for communications purposes.
The US military uses dividers for this purpose. They also use them for radar detection purposes and for electronic warfare exercises. All industries have flexible choices to make, being able to work with broadband, digital, AM, FM, VHF, cellular and satellite networks. Industry use tools and equipment that are being tested by these devices include those used within the health services industries, industrial heating equipment and semiconductors.
One very important sub-sector of the health services sector is that of the laboratory testing facility. Commerce and industry also make use of these labs. So too, universities and governmental institutions. It remains essential that all operating tools and equipment remain in good working condition. The use of power dividers helps ensure that this is the case.