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Crystal Filter

A new 200 MHz fundamental frequency crystal filter is used to achieve spectral purity and noise reduction in clock/timing chain applications. Features include a hermetically sealed package, low insertion loss of <6 dB, rejection of >40 dB @ Fc +/-100 KHz, and ultimate rejection of >75 dB. NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (8)

S-Band Cavity Diplexer

This new cavity diplexer is built for use in S-band ground-based radars. It offers low insertion loss of 0.6 dB maximum, high isolation of >60 dB, and power handling capability of >50W, in a package measuring 6.0 x 1.5 x 3.0”. Custom designs are available up to K-band. NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (23)

Ceramic Filter

This 6550 MHz ceramic filter is a high frequency unit built for use in C-band applications. Features include low insertion loss of <2.5 dB @ center frequency, rejection of >50 dB @ 6000 MHz and >40 dB @ 7200 MHz, and a small package size of 0.83 x 0.51 x 0.19”. Custom designs available. NETWORKS […]

Low Noise Amplifier

A new high performance low noise amplifier (LNA) covers the L-Band frequency range (1200 to 1400 MHz). It offers 28 dB gain with a noise figure of 1.5 dB maximum, built in a compact package. The high gain and low noise figure help boost signal strength of receivers used in airborne, ground, and ship-mount applications. […]

Four Channel Switched Filter Bank

IMA-113 is a compact, 4 channel switched filter bank that covers frequencies from 100 MHz to 3.5 GHz. It uses GaAs switches and is TTL compatible. The filter bank offers low VSWR, excellent passband flatness, fast switching speeds, and a small, laser-sealed, ruggedized enclosure (2 x 1.50 x 0.33”). NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (16)

Four Channel Switched Filter Bank

A new low profile, high-performance 4-channel switched filter bank covers a wide frequency range from 10 MHz to 18 GHz. The bands include a 2500 to 18000 MHz highpass filter, 10 to 8000 MHz lowpass filter, and two bandpass filters. It offers low VSWR, excellent bandpass flatness, and fast switching speeds. NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (17)

K- to Ka-Band Cavity Filters

Cavity bandpass filters spanning from K- to Ka-band have bandwidths that vary from 1 to 50%. They provide low insertion loss and sharp rejection in a small profile package, making them ideal for use in airborne, ship-mount or vehicle mount applications in harsh military environments. NETWORKS INTERNATIONAL CORP. (50)