LTCC Low Pass Filter, DC -12800 MHz

Product Overview The LFCN-1282+ Low Pass Filter gives microwave communication system designers the ability to reject unwanted harmonics using defined RF parameters. The multilayer construction gives high repeatability of performance. Small wrap-around terminations minimize variations in performance due to parasitics. Cover- ing DC-12800 MHz, these units offer low insertion loss and good rejection. Feature Advantages Small Size (3.20mm x1.6 mm) Allows for high layout density of circuit boards, while minimizing affects of parasitics. Rejection peaks at harmonic frequencies Provides good rejection of signals at harmonic frequencies, for improved system performance. Wrap around termination Provides excellent solderability and easy visual inspection capability. LTCC construction Provides a rugged package that is well suited for tough environments including high humidity and high temperature extremes.


• excellent power handling, 8W • small size, 0.12” x .06” • temperature stable • hermetically sealed • LTCC construction • protected by U.S. Patent 6,943,646

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