Hybrid Coupler

A hybrid coupler is a passive device used in radio and telecommunications. It is a type of directional coupler where the input power is equally divided between two output ports. Since it is a special case of directional coupler, it is discussed in Power dividers and directional couplers.

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Power Dividers And Directional Couplers - Applications - Phase Difference
... The phase properties of a 90° hybrid coupler can be used to great advantage in microwave circuits ... microwave amplifier the two input stages are fed through a hybrid coupler ... lines are used for an antenna input to a 180° hybrid coupler as shown in figure 23, a null will occur directly between the antennas ...