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Wainwright Instruments showcasing digitally tunable UHF/microwave reject filters at EuMW

October 2, 2013
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Wainwright Instruments introduces UHF/microwave band reject filters that can be tuned by computer with intuitively usable software or directly by simple LAN Telnet protocol. The passband up to 2.5 or 5.0 GHz resp. makes these filters especially suitable for measuring harmonics in laboratory applications and automated test stations in production lines. The carrier frequency of a signal source is suppressed and the harmonics are allowed to pass.

Further specifications: Reject Band: >40 dB Attenuation 20 MHz wide · Fo adjustable in 1 MHz Steps · Passband Loss 1 dB max. · Return Loss >14 dB · Supply Voltage 23...32 VDC / 1A · LAN connector RJ45 standard plug · Settling Time 3 sec typ. 20 sec. max (band start to band end) · RF Power Rating 50 W max. CW in reject band, 200 W max. CW in passband · Connectors: SMA female (PC 3.5) · Operating Temperature: 10° C to 45° C · Dimensions: 305 mm x 60 mm x 180 mm plus Connectors. Other frequencies upon request. 

  Wainwright Instruments will be displaying the filters at European Microwave Week (EuMW) 2013 in booth 196. 

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