A 90-degree hybrid coupler is a passive component frequently used in RF (Radio Frequency) and microwave systems. It is sometimes referred to as a quadrature hybrid or a 3 dB hybrid. It is mainly utilised for phase shifting, power splitting, and combining applications.
A 90-degree hybrid coupler’s function is to split an input signal into two equal power output signals with a 90-degree phase difference. In order to create a combined output signal, it may also combine two equal-power input signals with a 90-degree phase difference.
An ordinary 90-degree hybrid coupler has four ports: one input port (labelled “IN”), three output ports (labelled “OUT1,” “OUT2,” and “SUM”), and one sum port.
Two signals with a 90-degree phase difference are combined using the SUM port, also referred to as the linked port. The combined signal may be recovered from the SUM port when two equal power signals are delivered to the OUT1 and OUT2 ports with a phase difference of 90 degrees.
The SUM port generates a combined output signal that has a phase difference of 90 degrees with regard to the input signals and is equal to the product of the powers of the two input signals.
The Global 90-Degree Hybrid Coupler Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
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