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circulator characteristic while lightning - question

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i want to know about the circulator characteristic while lightning (high current ) will folw on that.


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Re: circulator

This will produce very strong magnetic fields which might saturate the ferrite. If this occurs all three ports will be directly connected.
 

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Re: circulator

Thank you for your information . From this words, my understanding is i should provide lightning protector (inductor for that frequency ) to make it ground before the circulator. am i correct?
 

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Re: circulator

veeraselvi said:
Thank you for your information . From this words, my understanding is i should provide lightning protector (inductor for that frequency ) to make it ground before the circulator. am i correct?

I think that lightning protector will protect your aparatus from antenna static charge, not from lightning. And I am not confident if in microwaves (when using dishes) the antenna can be charged, I guess not...
 

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Re: circulator

Hello ,

Thank you very much for that answer
I am doing 100W receiver design. The receiver signal first will enter in my board through the circulator. I am in need to provide lightning protector in my design.

can any body suggest the things behind this
 

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Re: circulator

What fo you mean by "100W receiver"? please specify
 

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Re: circulator

I have to protect the transmitter leakage of 100W while transmitting the signal.
 

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