Rugged RF and microwave bandpass filter for defense applications introduced by Anatech

GARFIELD, N.J., 11 Sept. 2015. Anatech Electronics, Inc. in Garfield, N.J., is introducing the AB915B656 rugged indoor and outdoor GSM-band RF and microwave cavity bandpass filter for defense and commercial wireless applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

GARFIELD, N.J., 11 Sept. 2015. Anatech Electronics, Inc. in Garfield, N.J., is introducing the AB915B656 rugged indoor and outdoor GSM-band RF and microwave cavity bandpass filter for defense and commercial wireless applications.

The bandpass filter combines high rejection, low return loss, and the ability to remove nearby RF interference.

The AB915B656 has a passband of 910 to 920 MHz, insertion loss of 1.5 dB, return loss greater than 16 dB, and out-of-band rejection of 75 dB from 850 to 894 MHz and 929 to 950 MHz.

It can handle 20 Watts at continuous wave (CW) and uses Type-N female connectors. Other kinds of connectors are available. The filter measures 140 by 80 by 53 millimeters, and operates in temperatures from -45 to 85 degrees Celsius.

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For more information contact Anatech Electronics online at www.anatechelectronics.com.

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