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Anatech Electronics Intros Cavity Duplexer & BPF, and Ceramic BPF

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Anatech Electronics has released new designs for a 825-835 MHz, 870-880 MHz cavity duplexer, a 950 MHz cavity bandpass filter, and a 748 MHz surface-mount ceramic bandpass filter. All can be ordered directly through their AMCrf web store.

 

 

 

 

825-835 MHz, 870-880 MHz Cavity Duplexer825-835 MHz, 870-880 MHz Cavity Duplexer

The AD830-875D207 cavity duplexer for GSM applications has a Band 1 passband of 825 to 835 MHz and Band 2 passband of 870 to 880 MHz. Insertion loss is less than 1.3 dB, ripple is less than 0.2 dB, isolation is 90 dB, rejection ranges from 25 dB to 90 dB, and return loss is greater than 20 dB. The duplexer uses SMA female connectors and has an operating temperature range of -40° to +85° C.

950 MHz Cavity Bandpass Filter

The AB950B603 cavity bandpass filter has a center frequency of 950 MHz, passband of 940 to 960 MHz, insertion loss of 0.7 dB, return loss of 18 dB, and operating temperature range of -40° to +85° C. The filter will withstand shock of 20 G (11 ms) and vibration of 20 G, measures 6.6 x 3.5 x 1.5 in., and uses Type-N female connectors.

748 MHz Surface-Mount Ceramic Bandpass Filter748 MHz Surface-Mount Ceramic Bandpass Filter

The AM748B1188 ceramic bandpass filter has a center frequency of 748 MHz, passband of 740 to 756 MHz, ripple of less than 0.7 dB, insertion loss of 2 dB, return loss greater than 14 dB, and rejection of at least 40 dB. It handles 2 W, has an operating temperature range of -20° to +70° C and measures 17 x 13 x 5.5 mm.

For more information about these products or to discuss any of your requirements, please contact us at (973) 442-7272 or send an e-mail to sales@anatechelectronics.com

 

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.

 

Contact:

Anatech Electronics, Inc.
70 Outwater Lane
Garfield, NJ 07026
(973) 772-4242
sales@anatechelectronics.com

 

 

 

 

Posted  March 13, 2014

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