µFILTER™ Miniature High Performance Filters
The µFILTER™ product line consists of standard and custom designed lumped element filters.
The Standard Filter (SF) series offer fixed-tuned band-pass filtering in the 300 MHz to 2.4 GHz range, with available 3 dB bandwidths of 1-40%. The Custom Filter (CF) series offer fixed-tuned band-pass, band-reject, low-pass or high-pass filtering in the 70 MHz to 1 GHz range, with typical bandwidths of 20%.
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Filters are a staple of RF designers everywhere, and especially in applications where the integrity of the signal cannot be compromised. When you’re only concerned about a single frequency, it’s relatively easy to add in a fixed-tuned filter. However, it becomes slightly more difficult when you need to cover multiple frequencies and can’t just utilize
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