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ZVBP-2450A-S+

Cavity Band Pass Filter, 2400 - 2500 MHz, 50Ω

Mini-Circuits’ cavity filters are designed by implementing resonant structures with very high Q and are ideal for narrow-band, high-selectivity applications. These designs can provide bandwidths as narrow as 1% with very high selectivity and excellent low noise floor. Low insertion loss combined with excellent power handling makes them well-suited for transmitter and receiver front end. Advanced filter design and construction enables stopband width greater than 3x the center frequency. Mini-Circuits’ cavity filters feature a special protective assembly to prevent accidental de-tuning that would otherwise require expensive replacement or return to factory for re-tuning. Precise machining allows realization of cavity filters with small form factors for applications where size is critical. Excellent repeatability across units is achieved through precise tuning and process control.

Features

• Low insertion loss, 0.9 dB typical • Broad stopband performance up to 10 GHz • Fast roll-off • Connectorized package • Small size

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