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KR Electronics Product Announcement - September 23, 2009

KR Electronics Introduces 70 MHz Group Delay Equalized Bandpass Filter

Please click here to visit KR Electronics.Avenel, New Jersey - September 23, 2009 - KR Electronics introduces part number 2925+ a group delay and amplitude equalized elliptic type bandpass filter. The filter has a minimum 1 dB bandwidth of 15 MHz and 35 dB bandwidth of 25 MHz max. Typical insertion loss is 5 dB. Group Delay variation is typically 4 nsec from 64 MHz to 76 MHz. The filter is supplied in a surface mount package measuring 1.5 x 0.5 x 0.3 inches and can also be supplied connectorized. The filter can be customized for other center frequencies and bandwidths. Data sheets are available at www.krfilters.com.

KR Electronics Introduces 70 MHz Group Delay Equalized Bandpass Filter Model 2925+

Data sheets are available at www.krfilters.com.
  


Contact Information
KR Electronics, Inc.
91 Avenel Street
Avenel, NJ 07001
Phone 732-636-1900
Web www.krfilters.com
Email sales@krfilters.com




Posted 9/23/2009
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