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Anatech Electronics

Anatech Electronics, Inc. offers the industry's largest portfolio of high-performance standard and customized RF and microwave filters and filter-related products for military, commercial, aerospace and defense, and industrial applications up to 40 GHz. Anatech has introduced three new filter designs for the 5G NR (New Radio) bands: an n257 Band / 26.1 GHz cavity bandpass filter with N-type connectors, an n258 Band / 28 GHz cavity bandpass filter with 2.92 mm (SMA) connectors, and an n260 Band / 39 GHz cavity bandpass filter with 2.92 mm (SMA) connectors. Custom RF filters designs are used when a standard cannot be found, or the requirements are such that a custom approach is necessary.


Anatech Electronics avity Band Pass Filter - RF Cafen257 Band / 26.1 GHz Cavity Band Pass Filter


Center Frequency: 26 GHz
Bandwidth: 3.4 GHz
Passband Insertion Loss: < 2.0 dB
Passband Return Loss: > 17 dB
Rejection1: 50 dB @ 18.3 ~ 20.85 GHz
Rejection2: 40 dB @ 31.75 ~ 36 GHz



n258 Band / 28 GHz Cavity Band Pass Filter

Anatech Electronics n258 Band / 28 GHz Cavity Band Pass Filter - RF CafeAE28000B11560

Center Frequency: 28.5 GHz
Passband: 25-32 GHz
Passband Insertion Loss: ≤ 1dB
Passband VSWR: ≤ 1.7:1
Rejection1: ≥55dB @ 16 GHz
Rejection2: ≥55dB @ 37.5 GHz



n260 Band / 39 GHz Cavity Band Pass Filter

Anatech Electronics n260 Band / 39 GHz Cavity Band Pass Filter - RF CafeAE39000B11561

Center Frequency: 39 GHz
Passband: 36-42 GHz
Passband Insertion Loss: ≤ 1.5dB
Passband VSWR: ≤ 1.7:1
Rejection1: ≥45dB @ 31.5 GHz
Rejection2: ≥45dB @ 45 GHz



For more information about these products or to discuss any of your requirements, please contact us at (973) 772−4242 or send an e-mail to sales@anatechelectronics.com.
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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.


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



Posted September 9, 2019

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