Expansion of its measurement capabilities to 67 GHz with the addition of a VNA to provide precise measurements of signal amplitude and phase over a wide frequency range, from RF through mmWave frequencies.
Reactel model number 7R6-269-X17S11 is a narrowband high power notch filter. The center of the notch is 269 MHz with a nominal 3 dB bandwidth of 16 MHz. Passband Insertion loss is less than 0.3 dB, notch depth is 85 dB while power handling capability is 100 W CW.
Reactel has a broad line of multifunction assemblies ranging from amplified filters and multiplexers to switched filter banks with up to 16 channels. You can place your trust in Reactel's over 35 years of experience in the design and manufacture of multifunction assemblies with Reactel to create an application specific assembly which will be the best combination of specifications, pricing and delivery.
This extremely narrow band IF band pass filter is centered at 70 MHz with a 3 dB bandwidth of only 450 kHz. This unit offers 40 dB of unwanted signal attenuation only 1.2 MHz away from the center frequency and can be fitted with most any RF connector required. Reactel manufactures a wide variety of filters, multiplexers and multifunction assemblies.
This filter has a pass band of 1217 to 1606 MHz passing GPS L1 and L2 frequencies while rejecting extremely close-in Iridium and TACAN 123X signals. Utilizing a unique approach to achieve these specs, this filter exhibits low pass band loss and a high level of unwanted signal attenuation all while offering a DC thru path via the center conductor of the RF connector pins.
Reactel part number 5LM-X1582-T11 filter passes 1164 to 1582 MHz while holding attenuation of greater than 20 dB in the Iridium band of 1616 to 1626.5 MHz. This unit can be fitted with most any RF connector of your choosing.
Reactel part number 4R9-2000-X4S11 is an ultra-narrowband notch filter which utilizes a unique design to achieve a bandwidth of less than 0.8 percent. Attenuation at the center of the notch approaches 90 dB while insertion loss in the passband is less than 0.75 dB.