Narda West’s High Power PCS Band Duplexer Series provides highly selective receive/transmit combining
In many cases, identification friend or foe (IFF) systems require diplexers to combine transmit and receive channels onto a single antenna. K&L Microwave’s 9DLX0-1030-1090/X8 is used on the interrogator, transmitting at 1030 MHz. The 9DLX0-1090-1030/X8 is for use in the transponder. Both parts are rated to handle 800 watts of peak power and can be used in military airborne and ground applications.
LTF3216D-F series dual-band frequency separators are available with carrier frequencies from 800 MHz to 2 GHz

MtronPTI provides the UFDX9999 Ku Band high power diplexers incorporating highly selective high power handling bandpass filters for simultaneous transmit and receive operation with outstanding isolation between uplink and downlink feeds. They are ideally used for satcom and electronic warfare applications.

Traditional 6 to 42 GHz microwave bands are becoming crowded with rapidly growing mobile backhaul data streams. MtronPTI’s E-Band Microwave Diplexer enables gigabit-per-second data rates in backhaul, data consolidation and enterprise direct connect applications.

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.
Anatech Electronics manufactures standard and custom Cavity Bandpass Filters & Duplexers/Diplexers from 0.1 MHz – 20 GHz.
The GPS Diplexer shown here is one of the many variations of GPS diplexers ComNav has available. The ceramic construction filter provides a temperature stable, low loss device which can with stand harsh environments at a low cost. Numerous other types are available with smaller size and /or higher isolation for different GPS applications...