Rejection Filters address SATCOM market.

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Series 12086 transmit rejection filters are installed between antenna and LNA in receive segment of satellite earth terminals. They are used in C-band transceiver applications to isolate uplink and downlink signals. Units offer low loss, typically less than 0.04 dB on receive signals, while providing high degree of transmit rejection, ranging from 50 to 80 dB. Construction is 100% dip brazed aluminum with military grade chromate finish.



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Satcom Transmit/Reject Filter


East Syracuse, NY - Microwave Filter Company introduces a line of transmit rejection filters specifically addressing the SATCOM (C-Band) market. The 12086 series is installed between the antenna and the LNA in the receive segment of satellite earth terminals. It is also used in C-band transceiver applications to isolate uplink and downlink signals.

The unit offers extremely low loss, typically less than 0.04 dB on the receive signals, while providing a high degree of transmit rejection, ranging from 50 to 80 dB, depending upon the model.

The construction of these units is 100% dip brazed aluminum with a military grade chromate finish. This allows for years of high performance operation. Optional paint and label configurations are available for OEM requirements. All units come standard with WR-229 grooved flanges, with alternate configurations available upon request.

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