Cavity low pass filter DC-18.5GHz cavity microwave Low Pass filter Rejection ≥50dB @ 19.6～26GHz with SMA Female Connector
Cavity Low Pass Filter model OLP-18500 also known as low cut-off filter that allows signals below the cut-off frequency to pass through. This Cavity Low Pass Filter Manufactured with a passband frequency from DC to 18.5GHz and a rejection frequency 19.6GHz to 26GHz. Our Cavity Microwave Low Pass Filter provides a nominal insertion loss of ≤1.0dB @ DC～17.7GHz | ≤3.0dB @ 17.7～18.5GHz across its passband and a typical rejection of ≥ 50dB. Since the high end cutoff frequency of Cavity Low Pass Filter can be changed by modifying the design, custom designs can be offered under different model numbers. This Cavity Low Pass Filter has passband VSWR ≤1.6:1 and power handling of ≤15W. Cavity Microwave Low Pass Filter is manufactured with SMA Female Connector and custom Net weight.
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- Additional information
RFecho Low Pass Cavity Filter (abbreviation: OLP) is a filter that allows signals below the cut-off frequency to pass through, but signals above the cut-off frequency cannot pass through.
Low Pass Cavity Filter – OLP-18500:
- Cut Off Frequency: 18.5GHz,
- Pass Band Frequency: DC-18.5GHz,
- Pass Band Insertion Loss: ≤1.0dB @ DC～17.7GHz | ≤3.0dB @ 17.7～18.5GHz,
- Pass Band VSWR: ≤1.6:1,
- Rejection: ≥50dB @ 19.6～26GHz.
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|Min. 1.0 dB Insertion Loss|
|Max. 1.0 dB Insertion Loss|
|Min. 1.5 dB Insertion Loss|
|Max. 1.5 dB Insertion Loss|
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|Pass Band VSWR (Max.)|
|Stop Band Attenuation (GHz)|
|Power Handling (W)|