Analog Devices family of tunable filters includes programmable VGA, low-pass harmonic, band-pass, and band-reject portfolios to suit a large range of applications. Our devices offer an ideal filtering solution for communications, instrumentation, defense, medical, and other industries, with a flexible and robust feature set to meet the stringent demands of multiple designs.

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The QPQ106* series are GPS Band Pass Filters in a compact size for use in any GPS application. Designed for rejection of unwanted GPS signals, these SAW filters also have excellent power handling capability for low power transmitters.

Corry Micronics offers a series of hybrid band pass band reject diplexers operating at input frequencies from 2 – 8 GHz and 1 Watt power.

The Corry Micronics team has developed a line of high-quality Plastic RF Filters. These Plastic RF Filters are extremely useful for when applications require components with a lighter weight. Types of Plastic RF Filters include band pass filters, diplexers, cavity power combiners, and notch filters.

The ADMV8913 is a fully monolithic microwave integrated circuit that that features a digitally selectable frequency of operation. The device has an integrated high-pass filter and an integrated low-pass filter, that allow a pass-band response within the 7 to 12 GHz frequency range.

The QPQ4900 is an exceptionally high performance BAW Filter for sub-Band n79. This filter is housed in a compact 2.0 x 1.6 mm package for base station applications. Low insertion loss, coupled with high attenuation makes this filter an ideal choice for TDD Macro Cells and Small Cells.

Corry Micronics offers a series of notched diplexers comprising a band pass filter and a band reject filter. The filters have a common input and separate outputs. These diplexers operate at 1 Watt power and feature SMA (F) connectors with a maximum return loss of 2:1 at the common port.