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TPA v5

TPA v5 Targets Package Extraction and Design Automation Needs for Advanced SiP, CSP and Stacked Packaging Technologies
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AMPS Receive Filter

ReactelAMPSRxFiltersmallReactel part number 8C9-836-X25N11 is an AMPS Receive band filter.  This unit is centered at 836 MHz with a flat passband of 824 - 849 MHz.  Passband Insertion Loss comes in at less than 1.0 dB, a passband Return Loss of greater than 16 dB and has 60 dB of attenuation at 869 - 894 MHz.


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CDMA Transmit Filter

ReactelCDMATxCavity1Reactel part number 10CX9-854.5-X61N11 is a CDMA Transmit band filter. This unit sized at only 2.75" high x 4.55" wide x 11.1" long has Type N Connectors, but can be fitted with most any RF connector.


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AMPS Band Diplexer

ReactelAMPS_-_PCS1smallReactel part number 2DP-AMPS-75 is a diplexer with passbands of 824 - 849 & 869 - 894 MHz.  Passband insertion loss comes in at less than 1.0 dB, a passband Return Loss of less than 16 dB, minimum channel to channel isolation of 75 dB, and is rated for input power of up to 500 W.


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PCS Receive Filter

ReactelPCSFilterReactel part number 8C9-1880-X60N11 is a PCS Receive band filter. This unit is centered at 1880 MHz with a flat passband of 60 MHz. Passband Insertion Loss comes in at less than 0.8 dB, with a passband Return Loss of greater than 16 dB and has 60 dB of attenuation at 1930 to 1990 MHz.


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PCS Band Diplexer

ReactelPCSDiplexerReactel part number 2DP-PCS-75 is a diplexer with passbands of 1850 to 1910 & 1930 to 1990 MHz. Passband insertion loss comes in at less than 1.0 dB, with a passband Return Loss of less than 16 dB, minimum channel to channel isolation of 75 dB, and is rated for input power of up to 250 W.


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