Press Release Summary:
Suited for GPS receivers utilized in marine navigation, automotive, and recreational applications, Model TMX W007 has absolute attenuation of 40 dB min at 1,710 MHz. It features filter center frequency of 1,575.42 MHz with bandwidth of 2.4 MHz over temperature range of -40 to 185Â°F. RoHS compliant product is available in lead-free SMD package measuring 0.1 x 0.08 x 0.03 in.
Original Press Release:
Temex's New W007 Saw Filter Makes GPS Receivers More Accurate
Chicago, October 31, 2006
Temex, a world leader in the design and manufacturing of time and frequency solutions, announces the launch of a new RF SAW filter for GPS receivers ideally suited to marine navigation, automotive, and recreational applications.
One of the most critical and essential elements of GPS receiver design is filtering at the RF stage. RF filters must be capable of combining a low insertion loss and high rejection. Designed for standard GPS applications, TMX W007 offers the best insertion loss/rejection trade-offs of the market, and a miniature surface-mount device (SMD) packaging to meet the needs of small form-factor GPS receivers.
TMX W007 has an absolute attenuation of 40dB min. at 1710 MHz. The filter center frequency is 1575.42 MHz with a bandwidth of 2.4 MHz over a temperature range of -40° to 185° F (-40° to 85° C). TMX W007 is available in a lead-free SMD .1 x .08 x .03 in. (2.5 x 2 x 0.9 mm) package.
At about half the size, Temex also offers the TMX W314, which has an absolute attenuation of 35dB min. at 1710 MHz. TMX 314 has a bandwidth of 2.4MHz over a temperature range of -40° to 185° F (-40° to 85° C) and is available in a ceramic SMD .08 x .06 x .03 in. (2 x 1.6 x .8 mm) package.
Both filters are RoHS compliant and available in a fully lead-free version. Custom designed GPS SAW filters are also available upon request.
Temex is a global leading designer and manufacturer of total value-added time and frequency management solutions. Temex offers advanced high-performance products, ranging from filter and oscillator components to frequency synthesizers, reference clock to smart GPS timing modules, test instruments to complete network synchronization systems used in a wide variety of applications industries. Temex is a growing supplier to major manufacturers and network operators. Temex has its headquarters in the heart of the technological park of Sophia-Antipolis, France, and also has offices in Asia, Europe, and the United States. With an annual turnover of more than $75 million, it represents 750 people in 10 countries.
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