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Wi-Fi Cavity Bandpass Filter

January 17, 2011
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Anatech Electronics WiFi Cavity Bandpass Filter Provides High Performance in Outdoor Environments

GARFIELD, NJ (March 23, 2009) – Anatech Electronics today introduced the Model AB2436B479 cavity bandpass filter designed for suppressing interference to improve the performance of IEEE 802.1a/b/n access points located in outdoor environments.

The eight-cavity Model AB2436B479 has a center frequency of 2436.5 MHz, -3 dB bandwidth of 70 MHz, typical insertion loss of 0.9 dB at center frequency, typical return loss of 18 dB, and typical harmonic rejection of 90 dB. Selectivity at center frequency ranges from less than 91 MHz at a 20 dB bandwidth to less than 150 MHz at a 60 dB bandwidth. The filter will handle an RF input power of 50 W, has an operating temperature of -40o C to +85o C, measures 4.84 x 2.8 x 1.22 in., and has Type-N female RF connectors. It is mounted in a rugged aluminum enclosure and is sealed to protect it from direct contact with the elements.

The standard configuration and specifications of the Model AB2436B479 can also be tailored to meet specific customer requirements.

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