An RF splitter is designed to divide or merge signals between two or more Radio Frequency ports. Typical applications include combining multiple RF device to a single receiver, such as in connecting televisions to the same aerial or satellite feed.
RF connectors are used in wireless communication devices, and a splitter can be employed to link these devices where appropriate, such as running a digital television box and a WiFi hub to a single cable input.
RF coaxial connections are commonly used in;
- Connecting digital television aerials
- Radio and testing applications, such as shortwave broadcasting and receiving
- EMF measuring equipment.