DLI’s 2-18 GHz bandpass filters are ideal for use in applications involving the C, X, and Ku bands, satellite communications, satellite TV, weather and radar, and military communications. They feature frequency stability over temperature, full shielding, and a compact sizes across the entire line.
PDI’s custom cavity filter offerings cover the 400MHz to 20GHz range and are available in bandpass, cross-coupled bandpass, and bandreject configurations. They’re ideal for use in ground-based radar, radio receivers, radio transmitters, and base station systems.
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.
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.
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.
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 new line of YIG Tuned Band-Reject Filters is powered by new patent-pending technologies that are closer to achieving the ‘perfect notch’ in band-reject filters than ever before. This new product line offers major performance advantages including increased minimum rejection bandwidths and notch depth at lower frequencies, a reduction in the maximum 3dB bandwidth at higher frequencies, and a reduction in spurious responses across the board.
This FM band notch filter by ComNav is small in size, inexpensive, and available in volume. It covers the DC to 1500 MHz frequency range and is usable to 1600 MHz. It’s ideal for applications involving broadcast colocations and in jamming reduction. Download the datasheet for more information.