CTS has recently developed new sample kits of EMI and RFI filters for applications calling for the effective reduction of radio interference in systems where high performance and board space are both critical.
RLC Electronics offers multiplexers for commercial, telecommunications, and military applications in two, three, and four channel configurations. Multiplexers are used to select a digital or analog input signal, and then direct that signal into a single line. This means that one device can be subjected to several signals without the need for having several devices for several input signals.
Diplexers and multiplexers are used to either separate or combine two different frequencies that are similar in range to one another. While bandpass filters can also be used to combine and separate signals, they’re only ideal for use with frequencies that are far apart from one another.
This directional coupler covers the 0.5 to 8.0 GHz frequency range and features a stripline design for low insertion loss, tight coupling, and high directivity. It has 6 dB (±1.1 dB) of nominal coupling (with respect to output) and frequency sensitivity of ±0.6 dB.
MCLI’s PM4 Series of 4-Way Microstrip Power Dividers and Combiners are available with standard and high power outputs (up to 500 Watts CW). The series collectively covers the 50 to 2500 MHz frequency range and features high isolation, low insertion loss, and low VSWR.
KRYTAR’s two newest additions to their line of narrow band directional coupler offerings covers the 4.0 to 12.4 GHz frequency range and provides 30 dB coupling. They’re ideal for electronic warfare, commercial wireless, SATCOM, radar, signal monitoring/measurement, antenna beam forming, and EMC testing applications.
The 8LBCRLC-150/1575/20-O is a hybrid ceramic/LC GPS filter with a DC bypass and lightning protection. It has a center frequency of 1575+2 MHz, <1 dB insertion loss, <200 mA current, <4.5 dB insertion loss, <1.5:1 in/out VSWR, 3 dB bandwidth at 25-30 MHz, and more.
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.