New low pass filters designed for frequency bands

17th November 2017
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
New low pass filters designed for frequency bands

 

Supplier of on-demand microwave and RF components, Fairview Microwave has introduced a new series of low pass and bandpass filters for use with multiple popular frequency bands.

Fairview’s 13 new SMA coaxial filters consist of seven bandpass filters and six low pass filters.

The bandpass filters were developed for use in various applications including GPS, ISM, RFID and WiFi systems and operate in several bands, some as low as 824MHz and some as high as 5.875GHz.

The new low pass filters allow for tailoring of the test se-tup for a specific application and support upper band edges of 100, 225, 400, 1,000, 2,000 and 3,000MHz.

All of these new RF filters are available off-the-shelf and feature SMA female connectors.

“Often people have filters custom designed to fit their frequency plan. For some popular bands, this is not required. Additionally, when the schedule is critical, a filter that is close to your frequency plan may be good enough to meet the system requirements.

"Since our new filters can be shipped the same day, they can be life savers for your project,” said Mark Blackwood, Product Manager.

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