hybrid junction


hybrid junction: A waveguide or transmission line arranged such that (a) there are four ports, (b) each port is terminated in its characteristic impedance, and (c) energy entering any one port is transferred, usually equally, to two of the three remaining ports. (188) Note: Hybrid junctions are used as mixing or dividing devices.


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