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AMCrf March 2012 In-Store Products Edition

April 10, 2012 Press Release

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AMCrf In-Store Products Edition March 2012 Issue
Issue: March 2012
Products ready to ship within 24-48 Hours at discounted prices!
Anatech Electronics has inventory on some popular models, so we’re offering them at discounted prices through AMCrf.com. Act quickly -- quantities are limited to what’s in stock!

AM892-2105T235: 824 to 960/1710 to 2500 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna
Great choice for GSM, PtP

This inconspicuous vertically-polarized ceiling-mountable antenna covers both bands with gain of 2 dBi at 800 MHz and 3 dBi from 1710 to 2500 MHz. It has IMD lower than -150 dBc, handles 50 W CW, uses a Type-N female connector, and measures only 184 x 105 mm. Click here for pricing.

AM3000SA161:  DC to 3 GHz Gas Tube
Surge Arrestor – Type-N
Meets MIL Specs


The AM3000SA161 is an economical yet extremely rugged surge arrestor with a VSWR of less than 1.2:1, insertion loss of 0.2 dB, and surge protection of 10 kA. It uses Type-N connectors, has low PIM of -150 dBc, and the unit meets MIL standards for salt fog, immersion, moisture resistance, temperature shock, and vibration. Click here for pricing.

AM763-793SD367: 763/793 MHz SAW Duplexer Serves Public Safety, Wireless Bands

The AM763-793SD367 SAW duplexer covers an uplink frequency of 788 to 798 MHz and a downlink frequency of 758 to 768 MHz, and has isolation between bands of up to 60 dB. Amplitude ripple in both bands is 0.7 dB, insertion loss is 2.2 dB, and rejection is 55 dB. Click here for pricing.

If you have any questions regarding our products, or comments on our newsletter, please email us at: filters@anatechelectronics.com
Ceramic Bandpass Filters
Specific Models, 1230 to 1600 MHz
Serve L-band Applications

AM1230B1264: 1230 MHz center frequency, +/-60 MHz 3-dB bandwidth, 1 dB insertion loss, 1 dB ripple, at least 20 dB rejection, 1 W power handling. Click here for pricing.

AM1230B1203: 1230 MHz center frequency, 120 MHz 3-dB bandwidth, 1 dB insertion loss, 0.5 dB ripple, 1 W power handling. Click here for pricing.

AM1565B1265: 1565 MHz center frequency, +/-50 MHz 3-dB bandwidth, 1 dB insertion loss, 1 dB ripple, at least 20 dBc rejection, 1 W power handling. Click here for pricing

AM1565B1204: 1565 MHz center frequency, +/-45 MHz 3-dB bandwidth, 1 dB insertion loss, 0.5 dB ripple, 1 W power handling. Click here for pricing.

AM1600B1060: 1600 MHz center frequency, +/-21 MHz 3-dB bandwidth, 4.5 dB insertion loss, 0.4 dB ripple, minimum rejection 40 dBc. Click here for pricing.

Everyone Needs a Frequency Chart!
This isn’t one of those tiny charts that you need a magnifying glass to read. It’s a large, wall-mountable poster that shows you all the bands to 300 GHz and what services use them.
To get yours free, no strings attached, just send us an e-mail by clicking here and include your mailing address.


LTE deployments at 700 MHz are still red hot, so cavity, LC, and ceramic bandpass filters from Anatech Electronics are in greater demand than ever. That means we can manufacture and deliver these filters for every band from 693 to 806 MHz faster than ever -- even if your need some customization.
To find out more about our 700 MHz semi-custom filters:
• Call us at (973) 772-4242
• Send an e-mail to filters@anatechelectronics.com
Tel: 973-772-4242 | Fax: 973-772-4646

About Anatech Electronics;
Anatech Electronics, Inc. (AEI) specializes in the design and manufacture of standard and custom RF and microwave filters and other passive components and subsystems employed in commercial, industrial, and aerospace and applications. Products are available from an operating frequency range of 10 kHz to 30 GHz and include cavity, ceramic, crystal, LC, and surface acoustic wave (SAW), as well as power combiners/dividers, duplexers and diplexers, directional couplers, terminations, attenuators, circulators, EMI filters, and lightning arrestors. The company’s custom products and capabilities are available at www.anatechelectronics.com and standard products are available for purchase at the Anatech Electronics Web store, AMCrf.com.


Anatech Electronics, Inc.
70 Outwater Lane
Garfield, NJ 07026
(201) 772-4242

Posted  4/11/2012

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