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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
RF3501E Digi-Key Murata Electronics North America Filters FILTER SAW 866.1 MHZ
RF3417 Perfect Parts Corporation RF MONOLITHICS INC SAW Filter 1 FUNCTIONS, 315 MHz, SAW FILTER
RF3171 Perfect Parts Corporation RF MONOLITHICS INC SAW Filter 1 FUNCTIONS, 418 MHz, SAW FILTER
RF3210 Perfect Parts Corporation RF MONOLITHICS INC SAW Filter 1 FUNCTIONS, 303.825 MHz, SAW FILTER
RF3181D ASAP Semiconductor RF MONOLITHICSRFM Not Provided 916.5 MHZ SAW FILTER SM3838-8
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