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WVBP-783-WR12+

Waveguide Bandpass Filter , 50Ω, 76 to 81 GHz

Mini-Circuits and Virginia Diodes have teamed together to offer a new series of high-performance, high-fidelity waveguide bandpass filters for millimeter-wave applications. WVBP-series filters are available in various bands spanning 27 to 86 GHz and are offered with standard WR waveguide interfaces. Built with precise machine tolerances and outstanding quality plating, WVBP-series filters provide low insertion loss in the passband, outstanding return loss, and high stopband rejection with fast roll-off.
WVBP-series waveguide bandpass filters are built upon Virginia Diodes’ distinguished experience developing metrology-grade equipment for millimeter-wave and THz bands, bringing leading-edge capabilities to Mini-Circuits customers working in high-frequency applications.

Features

• Low insertion loss, 0.6 dB typ. • Excellent return loss, 20 dB typ. • High rejection • Fast roll-off

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