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[SOLVED] splitter performance down to dc

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I am thinking to use this splitter from macom MAPD-010638-C2WSOT (5-1600MHz)

Can anyone predict the performance of this component down to dc and explain what will happen?

I am interested down to 50khz (not dc)..
 

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It is difficult to predict but I would imagine the slope of the isolation and insertion loss graphs would continue in the same direction. I don't think it would work at all at DC so somewhere between DC and 5MHz it will simply cease to work. For low frequencies you would probably be better to use a simple resistive divider.

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