RF and microwave low-pass filters for harmonic rejection in wireless uses introduced by Richardson RFPD

April 11, 2024
Parts offer wide temperature ranges and long-term reliability; and ability to clean-up reentrant modes of duplexers and bandpass filters.

GENEVA, Ill. – Electronics parts distributor Richardson RFPD Inc., an Arrow Electronics company in Geneva, Ill., is introducing two families of low-pass filters from CTS Corp. in Lisle, Ill.

The RLF and XLF series are optimized to support 3GPP standards that require harmonic suppression through fifth-order harmonics. Both RF and microwave series components are for harmonic rejection for wireless infrastructure applications.

The RLF family offers extremely low insertion loss and close-in rejection/attenuation for as much as 20 Watts of average power and 200 Watts of peak modulated power.

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The XLF family measures 6.5 by 5 by 2 millimeters, and offers low insertion loss. They are suitable for systems of as much as 6 Watts of average output power per antenna port.

Additional key benefits include wide temperature ranges with tight stability and long-term reliability; ability to clean-up reentrant modes of duplexers and bandpass filters; and additions to clean-up transmitter and receiver system solution needs.

For more information contact Richardson RFPD online at www.richardsonrfpd.com.

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