Tunable RF filters operate between 100 MHz and 3 GHz
Fairview Microwave’s (Allen, TX) tunable RF filters are commonly used in lab environments for testing many frequency bands including PCS, UHF, PMR, Tetra, LTE, and WiFi. The tunable band pass filters and band reject filters, also known as band-stop filters or band-rejection filters, are desirable in band selection or frequency discrimination with high attenuation greater than 50 dB possible, allowing for exceptional noise, harmonic and adjacent-band reduction. Fairview’s tunable filters are designed with ruggedized aluminum casings with critical surfaces being silver plated, making them highly durable in a demanding environment. Fairview’s latest release includes six bandpass filters that feature:
Octave-band tuning from 125 MHz to 3 GHz depending on configuration.
- A 5 percent pass band.
- A five-section tunable design.
- A mechanical dial accurate within 1 percent.
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