This diplexer uses TE Mode waveguide puck resonators to achieve narrowband filters of less than 0.25% bandwidth yet still provide a pass band loss on the order of < 1.5 dB. In addition to the low loss provided by the high Q ceramic resonators, cross coupling is used to achieve very deep rejection of 75 dBc at a 4:1 shape factor. This device also incorporates a sampling coupler and is available in both diplexer and double band pass configurations in frequency ranges of 2250 MHz to 2800 MHz...
Traditional 6 to 42 GHz microwave bands are becoming crowded with rapidly growing mobile backhaul data streams. MtronPTI’s E-Band Microwave Diplexer enables gigabit-per-second data rates in backhaul, data consolidation and enterprise direct connect applications.
This broadband diplexer operates in the 5-42/54-1000 MHz frequency range and features outstanding temperature stability and repeatability. It has a 0.5dB insertion loss, 50dB isolation, and 16dB return loss.
This cavity duplexer for WiMax applications features a small form factor, low insertion loss, high channel selectivity, high isolation, with both custom and standard designs available. Its low channel center frequency runs from 3400 to 3500 MHz, and its high channel center frequency runs from 3500 to 3600 MHz. This WiMax Duplexer’s operating temperature runs from -40 °C to +90 °C, has SMA female connectors, has 100 MHz channel separation, 40MHz channel bandwidth, 1.5 dB max passband insertion loss, and 16 dB min passband return loss.
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