DLI’s series of surface mount lowpass filters are compact and fully shielded. They feature frequency stability over temperature, excellent repeatability, 50Ω characteristic impedance, and a -55oC to +125oC operating temperature.
This cavity notch filter has an insertion loss of 2.5dB (max), a VSWR of 1.5, and covers the 824-894 MHz frequency range. Additionally, this filter has a >70dB notch attenuation @840 MHz to 842 MHz, 100W power handling, and 50 ohm impedance. Download the datasheet for additional specifications.
BoCen Microwave designs and produces a complete line of waveguide filters, duplexers, and multiplexers that cover the 2-50 GHz frequency range. They’re ideal for radio and defense communications applications and are available in W/G flange or connectorized configurations.
MtronPTI’s TF0112 varactor tuned aviation navigation band preselector improves safety in cross country and landing operations by attenuating interfering signals that might cause a cockpit radio to lose lock on a desired VOR or localizer/glide-slope signal.
MCV Microwave’s NPX787M is a ceramic notch filter that covers the DC-787 MHz frequency range. It’s been designed to provide precise signal separation between LTE 800 and DVB-T in order to minimize potential interference due to close operating vicinities.
This 100W bandpass/LC filter covers the 350-600 MHz frequency range and has a 0.8dB insertion loss (Max). It also has a >50dB@700 MHz-1800 MHz rejection, a -200C to 600C operating temperature range, an N-Female port connector configuration, and 50W impedance. Different dimensions are available, depending on the user’s requirements.
API Technologies designs and manufactures waveguide filters to 40 GHz with peak power level handling of up to 50 kW. The inherent high Q of Waveguide allows for the design of filters with the lowest possible loss.
API Technologies (Utilizing the combined heritage of CMT, Spectrum Microwave, Salisbury Engineering, and FSY Microwave) has developed and produced high quality, High “Q” Filters since 1983, and assisted major wireless carriers and installers with co-location solutions at BTS sites. Key performance features include Low PIM (passive intermodulation), high isolation and low insertion loss.