Summary: A signal-to-noise enhancer with a bandwidth that is six times as wide as that of the conventional type is presented. A new circuit construction, the combination of two MSSW filters which have the same insertion loss in the broadband and two 90 hybrids, is effective to remarkably extend the bandwidth. The enhancement of the enhancer amounts to 20 dB in the operating frequency range of 1.9 GHz150 MHz in 0 to 60 degrees centigrade. This enhancer has accomplished FM threshold extension because the S/N is improved by 1 to 7 dB below the C/N of 9 dB. It was demonstrated that this new enhancer is effective for noise reduction in practical DBS reception.