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DEA162690LT-1217A2 Digi-Key TDK Corporation Filters FILTER LOWPASS 2.5 GHZ WIMAX SMD
DEA255375BT-2076A1 Digi-Key TDK Corporation Filters FILTER BANDPASS 5 GHZ WLAN SMD
2598BP39A0205E Digi-Key Johanson Technology Inc Filters CERAMIC BAND PASS FILTER 2.6 GHZ
DEA252450BT-2037C1 Digi-Key TDK Corporation Filters FILTER BANDPASS 2.4 GHZ WLAN SMD
2450BP15P0100E Digi-Key Johanson Technology Inc Filters BAND PASS FILTER 2.45 GHZ 0805
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  • Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonators And Filters For Applications Above 2 GHz
    . Bulk acoustic wave (BAW) devices are of interest for applications at higher microwave frequencies above 2 GHz. In the broader scope there are applications in RF instrumentation, sensors, radar systems, and optical networks. There are of course those wireless applications that cover a variety
  • Coupled Resonator Filters
    of the CRF. Experimental results will be shown for SCFs operating to 12 GHz and CRFs near 3 GHz. Manufacturing issues associated with both filter types will be reviewed with greater emphasis on the CRF. The push for wider communication system bandwidths has in turn placed an emphasis on wider
  • Thin Film Resonators and High Frequency Filters
    This paper presents a review of the thin film resonator technology as it relates to wireless and other RF instrumentation. Included in the discussion are emerging aspects of wireless systems and the mutual impact of miniature filters and resonators. Enabling aspects of the thin film resonator (TFR
  • Enhanced High-Frequency LTCC for RF and Microwave Packaging (.pdf)
    applications including advanced radar, antenna and filter applications. Recent work has shown that this material can also be successfully used to produce active devices that operate above 90 GHz.[1], [2]. The key attributes of A6M include its low and stable relative permittivity and low loss tangent
  • Trends in Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Front-End Technology
    specifically for this niche in systems ranging from RF-frequency cellular handsets to millimeter-wave frequency point-to-point radio transceivers. Examples of the use of specialized front-end technologies are: combining surface acoustic wave devices with GaAs switches and power amplifies in a handset modules

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