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KR Electronics Product Announcement - February 19, 2010

KR Electronics Introduces 300 MHz Group Delay Equalized Elliptic Lowpass Filter



Please click here to visit KR Electronics.KR Electronics 2961 FilterAvenel, New Jersey - September 23, 2009 - KR Electronics introduces part number 2961. The filter is a 300 MHz group delay equalized elliptic lowpass filter. The filter has a minimum 1 dB bandwidth of 300 MHz and attains over 40 dB attenuation at 500 MHz. The filter is supplied in a 0.5” x 1.25” x 0.30” surface mount package. The filter can be customized for other bandwidths. Data sheets are available at www.krfilters.com.


KR Electronics 2961 LPF

Data sheets are available at www.krfilters.com.
  




Contact Information
KR Electronics, Inc.
91 Avenel Street
Avenel, NJ 07001
Phone 732-636-1900
Web www.krfilters.com
Email sales@krfilters.com







Posted 2/19/2010
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