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Parts by Number for Cavity Duplexer Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
HT-DU1710-1.5M ASAP Semiconductor AP TELETECH CO Not Provided CAVITY DUPLEX,1710-1785MH

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  • Lumped Element (LC) Filters (.pdf)
    at frequencies between 500 MHz and 1 GHz because. their size remains reasonable compared to other filter types. They are also an excellent. choice for very low frequencies at which they can achieve high performance when cavity. filters would be too large. For example, an LC filter with a center
  • Medical Device Link .
    the medical and industrial industries since 1984. A provider of turnkey services to large and small customers, the manufacturer specializes in low- to medium-volume printed circuit board (PCB) assembly services, including design, layout, and box-build assembly. Tiny Cavity Temperature Sensor Offers Control
  • Useful Definitions for Specifying Anatech Filter Products (.pdf)
    . Duplexer response. frequencies are far apart. Anatech duplexers and diplexers are manufactured from either. ceramic, cavity, or SAW filters. Diplexer response. ©Copyright 2009. Anatech Electronics, Inc. 70 Outwater Lane,. Garfield, NJ 07026. Email: Web
  • The Importance of Filters in Point-to-Point Microwave Cellular Backhaul Networks
    3.5 through 86 GHz are. the cel ular systems they serve. They range. al ocated for this service and while the lower-. from higher power cavity bandpass filters to LC. frequency al ocations have narrower channel. lowpass and highpass filters placed before and. bandwidths they can achieve data rates
  • How to Specify RF & Microwave Filters (.pdf)
    filter designs and. characteristics, this white paper has been created to provide a simple, thumbnail sketch of the most. popular filter types (LC, ceramic, cavity, Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW), crystal, and helical) along. with the advantages and disadvantages of each in various applications. Armed
  • Leveraging New Monolithic Integration of CMOS and MEMS Integration Technology
    . Substrate outgassing is also a concern. MEMS resonators require a clean, stable vacuum environment to. operate. However, thermal cycles tend to liberate loose molecules that can diffuse out of the substrate. into the cavity and change the resonator’s properties. Accordingly, one must attend carefully
  • Ceramic Design Guide
    . Ceramic Filters. Like al types of RF and microwave filters,. ceramic filters have unique characteristics that. differentiate them from their counterparts and. make them useful for specific applications. Ceramic filters are less expensive to produce. than either LC or cavity-type filters and are. smal er