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This filter is a new development from us. There are two major changes
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This filter is a new development. There are three major changes in comparison to the filter described in [[Accessories:External Filters|External Filters]]
  
 
* The filter's passband is smaller than the previous 3 pole filter
 
* The filter's passband is smaller than the previous 3 pole filter
  
* It has a massive DC short on both, the input and the output for static electricity and lightening protection.
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* It has a massive DC short on both, the input and the output for static electricity and lightening protection
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* The size is about half of the 3 pole filter of the first generation
  
 
[[File:Filter1.jpg|600px|1090MHz 3 Pole Filter Type 2]]
 
[[File:Filter1.jpg|600px|1090MHz 3 Pole Filter Type 2]]
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Standard connectors are two SMA female connectors. It then comes with a short SMA-male to SMA-male pigtail. On request, the filter is also available with N-female, N-male or BNC-female connectors each separately for both ends.

Revision as of 08:37, 14 November 2013

This filter is a new development. There are three major changes in comparison to the filter described in External Filters

  • The filter's passband is smaller than the previous 3 pole filter
  • It has a massive DC short on both, the input and the output for static electricity and lightening protection
  • The size is about half of the 3 pole filter of the first generation

1090MHz 3 Pole Filter Type 2

Standard connectors are two SMA female connectors. It then comes with a short SMA-male to SMA-male pigtail. On request, the filter is also available with N-female, N-male or BNC-female connectors each separately for both ends.