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Check out our new Websites!

www.anatechelectronics.com                                          www.amcrf.com
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filters@anatechelectronics.com

Anatech Electronics filters and other products are available for both commercial and defense applications, and there are thousands of standard models that range from DC to 40 GHz. That means no matter what you’re designing – we can help!

And if you’re attending IMS2011, please visit us at Booth 4507.


913 MHz Outdoor Cavity Bandpass Filter


The AB913B488 water-resistant cavity bandpass filter has a center frequency of 913 MHz, bandwidth of 20 MHz, insertion loss of 1.6 dB, rejection of at least 40 dB at 895 MHz and 931 MHz, and handles 30 W. Return loss is greater than 15 dB, ripple is less than 0.2 dB, operating temperature range is -40 to +70 C, and connectors are Type-N female. The filter measures 140 x 80 x 56 mm.

This product is available on our E-store, AMCrf.com.

2440 MHz Cavity Bandpass Filter


The Wifi4S2440-7 cavity bandpass filter has a center frequency of 2440 MHz and is designed for indoor or outdoor use in WiFi hot spots. It has a bandwidth of 2425 to 2455 MHz, insertion loss of less than 2 dB, ripple of less than 2 dB, and return loss greater than 15 dB. Rejection at 2390 and 2490 MHz is at least -45 dB and power handling is 50 W. It has Type-N female connectors and measures 2.2 x 2.2 x 1 in.

This product is available on our E-store, AMCrf.com.


Water-Resistant 5350 MHz Cavity Bandpass Filter


The AB5350B742 cavity bandpass filter has a center frequency of 5350 MHz, passband of 5100 to 5600 MHz, insertion loss at 5350 MHz greater than 2 dB, and rejection of at least 70 dB from 5735 to 5835 MHz. It operates over a temperature range of -10 to +50 C, has Type-N female connectors, and measures 100 x 52 x 26 mm.

This product is available on our E-store, AMCrf.com.


About Anatech Electronics;
Anatech Electronics, Inc. (AEI) specializes in the design and manufacture of standard and custom RF and microwave filters and other passive components and subsystems employed in commercial, industrial, and aerospace and applications. Products are available from an operating frequency range of 10 kHz to 30 GHz and include cavity, ceramic, crystal, LC, and surface acoustic wave (SAW), as well as power combiners/dividers, duplexers and diplexers, directional couplers, terminations, attenuators, circulators, EMI filters, and lightning arrestors. The company’s custom products and capabilities are available at www.anatechelectronics.com and standard products are available for purchase at the Anatech Electronics Web store, AMCrf.com.


Contact:

Anatech Electronics, Inc.
70 Outwater Lane
Garfield, NJ 07026
(201) 772-4242
sales@anatechelectronics.com











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