MCV Technologies, Inc. is a leading supplier of RF Microwave filters including the low pass filter, multiplexer, high pass filter, diplexer, and band pass filter. Our line includes ceramic filters, helical filters, lc filters, discrete, lumped element filters, cavity filters
Waveguide filter designs frequently consist of two different components repeated a number of times. Typically, one component is a resonator or discontinuity with a lumped circuit equivalent of an inductor, capacitor, or LC resonant circuit. Often, the filter type will take its name from the style of this component.
Dielectric Filters (GIGAFILr) Band Pass Filters DFCB Series 800/900MHz Features 1. Low insertion loss for using high Qvalue dielectric resonators 2. Small and light for using high dielectric constant ceramics 3. Excellent temperature stability for temperature compensated dielectric
Apr 26, 20170183;32;By loading two printed patches to the dielectric resonator antenna (DRA), a compact wideband hybrid dielectric resonator antenna with enhanced gain and low crosspolarization is presented. The proposed antenna utilizes a combination of a rectangular dielectric resonator and two printed patches. Due to the hybrid design, multiple resonances were obtained. By adding two air layers between the
Dielectric Filters GIGAFIL This is a high frequency dielectric filter for WiFi routers, accespoints, communication infrastructures of mobile phone base stations, for example. It employs a unique plate construction which enables the filter to be compact and have a low profile.
SMD 2.45GHz Dielectric Band Pass Filter CHARACTERISTIC CURVE ADFC152450.00AT 1.0 x 0.5 x 0.38mm Parameters Minimum Typical Maximum Units Notes Center Frequency (f 0) 2450.00 MHz Passband width 2400.00 2500.00 MHz Insertion Loss (2400 ~ 2500MHz) 1.4 dB @+25C 1.7 dB @ 40 ~ +85C Amplitude Ripple (2400 ~ 2500MHz) 0.5 dB
This paper describes a novel beam steering concept utilizing Hybrid wideband dielectric resonator antenna having 57% fractional bandwidth at center frequency of 1.6GHz, for L band applications.
Feb 18, 20170183;32;Designing a bandpass filter for 13.56 Mhz (detect RFID readers)? Page 1 I thought it would be fun to build a thing that can tell 125khz RFID readers and 13.56Mhz RFID readers apart. I think I can build the 125khz one fairly trivially with an Opamp based filter, but 13.56Mhz is too fast for hobbyist Opamps. In the MHz range it's
Our tunable filters have a very low insertion loss and can be turned from any present channel to any post repack UHF channel. They will also support ISDBT noncritical, ISDBT critical, DVBT, and DVSTII masks over the same frequency range. The combination of low loss and liquid cooling allows this power level to be addressed with a smaller size filter than the traditional dual mode
Miniaturized Dielectric Waveguide Filters Design techniques for a new class of integrated monolithic high permittivity ceramic waveguide filters are presented. These filters enable a size reduction of 50% compared to airfilled TEM filters with the same unloaded QFactor.