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KR Electronics Product Announcement - 3/22/2009

KR Electronics Announces a 550 MHz, Pseudo Elliptic Bandpass Filter

Please click here to visit KR Electronics.KR Electronics 2876March 22, 2009 - KR Electronics introduces the KR2876, 550 MHz psuedo elliptic bandpass filter. The filter has a typical insertion loss of 3.5 dB, 3 dB bandwidth of 55 MHz and 60 dB bandwidth of 100 MHz. The use of pseudo elliptic type filter at bandwidths as low as 10% allows performance not easily attainable with all-pole filter types. The filter is supplied in an SMA package measuring 0.6 x 0.6 x 2.25 inches and can also be supplied in a surface mount package. The filter can be customized for other center frequencies and bandwidths. Data sheets are available at www.krfilters.com.

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





Posted 3/15/2009
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