Irvine, CA (November 8, 2013)—Pasternack Enterprises, Inc. has announced a new line of tunable band pass filters and band reject filters for lab use.
Pasternack’s tunable RF filters are intended for a lab environment testing UHF, PMR, Tetra, LTE, PCS and WiFi frequency bands. The tunable filters are used in band selection or frequency discrimination with reportedly high attenuation greater than 50 dB possible.
Six bandpass configurations are available with octave-band tuning from 125 MHz to 3 GHz and a 5 percent pass band. The band pass filters use a tunable 5-section design and have a mechanical direct dial that is reportedly accurate within 1 percent. Five bandreject configurations are available with octave-band tuning ranges from 100 MHz to 2 GHz and are said to be accurate to 1 percent of the reject band. The band reject filters utilize a 3-section design and have a mechanical direct-dial tuner accurate to 0.5 percent. Both the bandpass and bandreject filters have an average power handling of 50 W and are designed with Type N female connectors.
“Tunable filters are an essential component in any test lab focused on designing and building RF and wireless systems,” said Gerry Camacho, VP of Technical Marketing at Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.