PDI’s lumped component filters cover the 0.5 MHz to 3500 MHz frequency range. They’re ideal for applications involving radar, airborne vehicle systems, satellite systems, radio receivers, and down-hole systems.
This spiral filter operates in the 69.5-70.5 MHz frequency range, and has < 12dB insertion loss, <1.0dB ripple, >15dB return loss, and 50 ohms impedance. Download the datasheet for additional specifications.
In addition to their standard line of switched filter banks, API technologies recently unveiled a new line with customer-specified frequency coverage from 2 to 7 channels. They cover the 20 MHz to 7500 MHz frequency range with ultimate rejection up to 20 GHz. Low insertion loss and high isolation are achieved through mechanically channelized PIN diode switch manifolds, and lumped element filters have been integrated for increased rejection.
MtronPTI’s SA0068 7-way Switched Filter Bank provides transmitter harmonic management with at least 30 dB of 2nd harmonic rejection in seven selectable frequency bands from 30 MHz to 512 MHz. With a low insertion loss of less than 1.3 dB, 30 Watts of power handling and a small, 65 mA current drain max, the SA0068 is ideal for applications such as multiband tactical radios and portable radio power amplifiers.
This combline cavity filter covers the 962 to 1213 MHz frequency range and features broadband rejection, high power handling, tight cutoff, and a hermetically sealed, compact design. It’s been specifically designed for use in JTIDS, MIDS, and MIDS-J Link 16 communications applications.
BoCen Microwave designs and manufactures a full line of high performance Bandpass, Lowpass, Highpass, and band-reject filters and integrated filter assemblies from 1MHz to 40GHz.
The MtronPTI LF9422 L/S Band LC Filter Diplexer is custom designed for small form factor UAV-ISR platforms. Unlike open frame designs, the 1” x 1” wash-proof surface mount package is sealed, allowing automated assembly with no drift after board cleaning.
The TF series of coaxial/tubular filters by PDI cover the 10MHz to 18GHz frequency range. They’re available in bandpass and lowpass configurations and are ideal for ground-based radar, MRI and NMR systems, airborne and satellite (limited) applications, antenna masts, and other high-power applications.