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Integrated Microwave Corp. offers the 928103, a 914.5 MHz ISM bandpass filter. This filter is designed to reject interference to and from adjacent radio services, like the cellular radio band. This high-Q ceramic filter is designed using eight resonators that exhibit high Q (over 1000). The result is a compact filter that handles over 10 W CW, and has low insertion loss (5 dB max) considering its bandwidth.Read More
This space-qualified delay equalized cavity filter has a center frequency of 8485 MHz and a 3 dB BW of 20 MHz. Insertion loss is 1.5 dBa with a passband phase linearity of less than 2 degrees. IMC’s space technology heritage can reduce your qualification costs.Read More
Integrated Microwave Corporation offers an ultra-high performance ceramic 9-pole filter with center frequency (CF) of 2017 MHz, and bandwidth of 360 MHz. Power handling capability is 35 W CW, and 100W peak. Low PIM, microphonics and excellent out-of-band rejection make this filter ideal for wide range applications.Read More
This high-frequency true elliptic function highpass filter offers a nominal passband insertion loss of 0.7 dBa at 5.2 to 13 GHz. This superior rejection provides 20 dB at 4.9 GHz, and -40 dB nominal DC to 4.8 GHz, with a 3 dB cutoff at 5.15 GHz. Performance is comparable to a suspended substrate, but at one-quarter the size and cost.Read More
STL filters offer outstanding signal separation without compromising signal strength or noise figure. Passband loss is typically 8 db or less; rejection is over 80 dbc. Experience virtual private band use in congested areas. Wideband filters cover 100% of the STL band, while narrowband versions can be less than 600 kHz wide.Read More
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