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Reactel Press Release - November 5, 2009

Reactel Introduces Bandpass Filter for the Iridium Band

Reactel 6C9-1621.25-X10.5T11 bandpass filterClick to visit ReactelGaithersburg, MD - November 5, 2009 - Reactel has announced the availability of a bandpass filter for use in the Iridium satellite system.


Reactel part number 6C9-1621.25-X10.5T11 is a bandpass filter for the Iridium band. This unit is specifically designed with a narrow bandwidth and high rejection to isolate Iridium frequencies from outside interference due to Inmarsat systems. This unit can be outfitted with any RF connector you may desire. Please contact the factory for this or any other Iridium filter requirement that you have.




Contact Info
Jim Assurian
Business Development
Reactel, Incorporated
8031 Cessna Avenue
Gaithersburg, MD  20879
Tel: 301-519-3660 x13
Cell: 301-502-0128
Fax: 301-519-2447
E-mail: jassurian@reactel.coma
Website: www.reactel.com 
Twitter: twitter.com/reacteljim






Posted 11/6/2009
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