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NIC Intros VHF Crystal 70 MHz Notch Filter

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January 10, 2013


NIC Intros VHF Crystal 70 MHz Notch Filter - RF CafeNIC introduces a high performance 70 MHz crystal notch filter operating in the VHF frequency range. This filter offers a narrow band notch attenuation of 25 dB min and low passband insertion loss, making it suitable to select closely spaced adjacent channels in receiver applications. Custom designs are available up to 250 MHz.


NIC VHF Crystal Notch Filter 70 MHz Electrical Specifications - RF Cafe        NIC VHF Crystal Notch Filter 70 MHz Response Plot - RF Cafe

Datasheet:
http://www.nickc.com/product_files/prod-1367/NIC_Datasheet_70MHz%20Crystal%20Notch%20filter.pdf
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About NIC
Networks International Corporation (NIC) is a global manufacturer of custom RF & Microwave components. For 20 years, NIC has partnered with its customers to transfer value through superior engineering design, quality, manufacturing and customer support. NIC headquarters is located in Overland Park, KS with additional sales and manufacturing operations in Washington DC and India. NIC is certified as a Small Disadvantaged Business and ISO 9001:2000 Certified.


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Networks International Corporation (NIC)
15237 Broadmoor
Overland Park, KS 66223
P: 913 685-3400
F: 913 685-3732



Posted  1/10/2013
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