The Tusonix series of surface mount EMI filters are designed to have the highest current handling with the finest pitch in order to support the best board density for protecting systems with numerous parallel high-power lines. These high power filters occupy only 3.2 mm of PBC width, which is the narrowest in the industry for 10 A and 20 A rated filters.
The ultra-miniature UB Series of lumped element filters from K&L Microwave are capable of operation in applications with frequencies ranging from 300 to 2500 MHz. These filters are available with 2 to 5 resonant sections, and bandwidths from 5% to 15% for ƒ0 < 1000 MHz, or 10% to 20% bandwidths for ƒ0 ≥ 1000 MHz.
The TF010x Series of digitally tuned bandpass filters from MtronPTI are designed to support frequency hopping in NATO HAVE QUICK IIA, Saturn, and similar secure radios, extending their range through lower passband insertion loss. These devices are able to clean up the transmit spectrum before reaching the final power amplifier, and block out-of-band energy from entering the receiver.
Teledyne Defense & Space (TDS) offers a range of fast tune notch filters (FTNF) that have been designed to protect Electronic Support Measures (ESM) receivers from high duty cycle, frequency agile interference produced by on board (or cohort) combat radar systems. ESM sensors need protection from high-level, long pulse and frequency-agile radars.
MtronPTI offers a new family of L1 and L2 band ceramic filters that are ideally suited for industrial and commercial applications involving L1 and L2 GPS bands, and for use with L1 and L2 GPS receivers. Filters are manufactured using High-Q Ceramic Resonators to achieve low insertion loss.
MtronPTI offers ultra-miniature lumped element filters available for operation throughout the 200 to 5000 MHz frequency range. These filters are ideal for a wide variety of applications including electronic warfare, avionics, and software defined radio.
Bird Technologies’ reliable RF filters are designed and built for operation in the most challenging applications with the harshest conditions. Although they are primary building blocks for duplexers, multicouplers, and preselectors, these cavity filters can be used individually or cascaded together to prevent interference or system clean up.
DLI presents their new family of high frequency, surface mountable, catalog low pass filters (LPFs). Operating in frequencies ranging from DC – 25 GHz, these LPFs are able to offer drop in solutions for high frequency attenuation.