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Electronic Components & Devices -> Signal Conditioners -> High Pass Signal Conditioners


High Pass Signal Conditioners




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Coaxial High Pass Filter serves SATCOM, CATV applications.

Coaxial High Pass Filter serves SATCOM, CATV applications.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Apr 18, 2013 With wide band of48–2,150 MHz, Model SHP-48+ offers consistent performance across temperatures and can be used in SATCOM, CATV, broadband fiber networks, and multiband radio systems. Device exhibits low insertion loss, and high rejection advantage enables filter to attenuate spurious signalsas well asreject harmonics for broad band frequency. Connectorized package facilitates interface with other devices and is suited for test setups.

High Pass Filter ranges from 9,700-15,000 MHz.

High Pass Filter ranges from 9,700-15,000 MHz.

Mini-Circuits    Brooklyn, NY 11235
Feb 20, 2013 Housed in 3.2 x 1.6 mm EIA 1206 package, 50 Ω Model HFCN-103+ integrates 7 high pass sections in SMT chip form factor. Device features ceramic construction, power handling capability of 8 W, and typical stop bandrejection of 30 dB. Systems that previously relied on large distributed filter elements to support these lower frequencies can save space and system complexity by integrating HFCN-103+ into designs.

High Pass Filters cover DC to 100 MHz range.

High Pass Filters cover DC to 100 MHz range.

Crystek Corp.    Fort Myers, FL 33913
Nov 26, 2010 Supplied in rugged SMA housing, CHPFL Series is comprised of 5 models that cover frequency ranges from DC to 100 MHz through 1 GHz and are designed for test equipment and general lab use. Products feature, in addition to optimized out-of-band rejection properties, seventh Order Butterworth Response and 50 ohm SMA connectors. Rated at +36 dBm (4 W), filters have operating range of -40 to +85C and are recommended for storage in -55 to +100C environments.

Highpass/Lowpass Filter is controlled by microprocessor.

Highpass/Lowpass Filter is controlled by microprocessor.

TDL Technology, Inc.    Las Cruces, NM 88012-9736
Oct 02, 2002 Model 601 contains tunable 8-pole Butterworth highpass filter followed by tunable 8-pole Butterworth lowpass filter. Both filter responses are flat in pass band (unity gain) and roll off at 96 dB per octave beyond corner frequency. Corner frequencies can be set from 100 Hz to 40 kHz at front panel or over serial link from PC. Unit includes input analog anti-aliasing lowpass filter, variable gain output amplifier, and analog lowpass output filter.




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