3H printed filters are field proven for military, space and commercial applications. Frequency range: 5 GHz to 47 GHz, type: BPF, LPF, HPF, BRF and multiplexer options, bandwidths: 1 to 60 percent and Chebyshev response. Low profile packages start at < 0.065. Available with connectors and SMT, Mil-Std-202 conditions.
3H Communication System
MIcable developed a series 0.45 to 6 GHz 2-, 4-, 6-, 8- and 16-way power dividers, they can handle higher forward and reverse power, have lower insertion loss, 16 dB minimum isolation, ±0.5 dB amplitude and ±5 degrees phase unbalance. More importantly, all units are manufactured with good performance consistency and most of cases stocks are for sales.
Fujian MIcable Electronic Technology Group Co., Ltd.
Mini-Circuits’ model BFCV-2852+ is a low temperature co-fired ceramic bandpass filter with low loss passband of 28.0 to 28.8 GHz. Measuring just 3.2 × 2.5 mm but capable of handling input power levels as high as 1 W (+30 dBm), the 50 Ω filter is ideal for miniaturized, densely packed, highly circuits such as for 5G wireless equipment. The cost-effective ceramic filter exhibits typical passband insertion loss of 2.3 dB from 28.0 to 28.8 GHz with typical return loss of 11 dB.
PMI Model No. P4T-500M40G-60-T-55-292FF-SP Rev. B is a 500 MHz to 40 GHz, ultra-compact, high speed, single pole, four throw, absorptive switch. This switch offers over 60 dB of port-to-port isolation while maintaining an insertion loss of 8 dB maximum. The switching speed is less than 50 ns and is controlled by 2-bit decoded TTL. Maximum operating power is +20 dBm CW and the VSWR is 2.5:1 maximum. The compact housing measured only 2.0” × 1.0” × 0.4” and is supplied with 2.92 mm female connectors.
Planar Monolithics Industries
Mixed-signal RF Converters
Richardson RFPD Inc. announced availability and design support of two highly integrated high speed converters from Analog Devices, Inc. The AD9081 and AD9082 mixed-signal front-ends combine high performance analog and digital signal processing and allow designers to install multiband radios in the same footprint as single-band radios. By shifting more of the frequency translation and filtering from the analog to the digital domain, the AD9081/2 provides designers with the software configurability to customize radios.
Richardson RFPD Inc.
Spacek Labs Model LPF1-U-15C lowpass filter has a passband from 38 to 64 GHz in WR-19 waveguide with 1.85 mm coaxial connectors (waveguide I/O available). The filter is 1.3 in. long and has an insertion loss of 1.5 dB typical and 2.5 dB maximum. The rejection at 84 GHz is 30 dB minimum. This proprietary filter design rejects frequencies from 85 to 170 GHz by greater than 40 dB.