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KR Filters

 

February 16, 2018

3450 Features

  • 1000 MHz Bandpass Filter
  • Highly Selective Elliptic Type Filter
  • 1 dB Bandwidth 50 MHz min
  • 50 dB Bandwidth 145 MHz typical
  • 50 Ω Source and Load
  • SMA Connectors
  • Surface Mount also available

KR Electronics Intros 1000 MHz Connectorized Bandpass Filter - RF CafeKR Electronics 3450 Bandpass Filter Plot - RF CafeKR Electronics, a designer and manufacturer of high quality filters for the commercial and military markets for more than 45 years, introduces the model 3450 lumped element bandpass filter with a 1,000 MHz center frequency and a 1 dB bandwidth of 50 MHz (~975 - 1025 MHz). The filter is a highly selective elliptic type filter. The filter is supplied either with SMA connectors (0.60" x 0.60" x 2.25" not including connectors) or in a surface mount package. Other frequencies and bandwidths are available. Download the 3450 datasheet now for more details.

About KR Filters

For over 45 years KR Electronics has designed and manufactured high quality filters for the commercial and military markets. KR Electronics is ISO 9001:2008 certified. KR Electronics manufactures all filter types and individually synthesizes filters for special applications. State of the art computer synthesis, analysis and test methods are used to meet the most challenging specifications.

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KR Electronics, Inc.

91 Avenel Street

Avenel, NJ  07001

Phone: 1-732-636-1900

E-mail: ckiall@krfilters.com

Website: www.krfilters.com

 

 

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