Diplexers & Duplexers Products and Services

  1. 260/915 MHz Diplexer - Lumped Component Diplexer
    Features: SMA Connectors, 1.5:1 VSWR from 20 MHz to 1200MHz
  2. CDMA 450 Cavity Duplexer -- CD7004
    Anatech would like to introduce their products used for wireless communication and to increase frequency in radio communication. CD7004 is a High Performance Cavity Duplexer with Band 1 at 450-454.8 MHz, Band 2 at 460-464.8 MHz, Insertion loss of 1.5dB max, and rejection of > 85dB in Band 2 and >95dB in Band 1. This Duplexer is built in a package size of 287 x 226 x 65 mm, and is used in CDMA 450 Base stations.
  3. Cavity Duplexer/Combiner DB5248
    Anatech provides ceramic and cavity filters for INMARSAT communication applications
  4. Tunable Filters And Bandpass/Bandstop Diplexers
    K&L Microwave’s tunable filters and bandpass/bandstop diplexers are typically used in test and measurement applications. The diplexers feature broadband matching at the common port, low insertion loss, and high isolation. What makes tunable filters useful is that they provide high performance in a single package. Tunable filters can be offered to cover frequencies as low as 800 KHz or as high as 3 GHz.
  5. 5IZ10-3050/X10000-O/O - LC Diplexer
    • 15 Watts Power Over Passband Range
    • SMA Connectors
    • Contiguous VSWR
  6. AMPS Microcell Duplexer
    Narda West’s Amps Band Microcell Duplexer provides highly selective receive/transmit combining
  7. 892/1850 MHz Diplexer (0892DP14A1850T)
    892/1850 MHz Diplexer (0892DP14A1850T)by Digi-Key.
  8. 400-500 MHz Ruggedized Cavity Diplexer

    This cavity diplexer features a compact size, a ruggedized package for Hi-Rel environments, high isolation and small separation between channels, and more. It operates in the 400-500 MHz frequency range and is ideal for airborne, ship, or vehicle mount applications in military environments.

  9. Diplexers/Multiplexers with Reduced Prototyping

    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.

  10. E-Band Diplexer
    K&L Microwave’s e-band diplexer consists of two waveguide bandpass filters specially designed to pass a relatively wide range of the spectrum: from 71 to 76 and 81 to 86 GHz respectively