Phase splitter

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1.(Elec.) A device by which a single-phase current is split into two or more currents differing in phase. It is used in starting single-phase induction motors.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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An equal power split in the Lange coupler is important both for the initial input phase splitter and for linearity in the two balanced attenuators.
The precision of 0[degrees]/90[degrees] phase shift of the on-board LO phase splitter produces 45 dBc image rejection at 2.14 GHz.
The RF2485 operates from a single 5V power supply and contains all of the required components to implement the modulation function including differential amplifiers for the baseband inputs, a 90 degree hybrid phase splitter, limiting LO amplifiers, two balanced mixers, a combining amplifier and an output RF amplifier which will drive a 50 ohm load.