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Airvu Series Dielectric Band Pass Filter for 5570MHz 4 pole


Center Frequency 5570MHz
Bandwidth 160MHz
Low Insertion Loss
Band Pass-Band Ripple
High Ultimate Attenuation
Dimensions: 8.6*3.4*2.9 mm
RoHS & Reach Compliant

Image DBP.5570.Q.A.50


Airvu Series Dielectric Band Pass Filter for 5570MHz 4 pole


Airvu SeriesDielectric Band Pass Filter for 5570MHz 4 pole

Taoglas are utilizing their deep understanding of the RF component design and manufacturing process to provide high-quality, small-form-factor, cost-effective and easy to implement RF filters, known as the Airvu Filter Series. The Taoglas Filters Division will feature a range of off- the-shelf filters for a variety of applications, including filters for emerging license free bands used for WLAN 802.11 5570MHz applications. We can also work with customers to develop bespoke filter solutions.

Taoglas dielectric filters are designed to be used in wireless transmitters or receivers. These filters are designed to protect the Wi-Fi Module from noisy out of band emissions originated from nearby transmitters.

By selecting the proper Taoglas filter you can eliminate unnecessary out of band noise while maintaining minimal in-band insertion loss. The filter is manufactured as a single ceramic block [monoblock] which provides high reliability, low insertion loss and high attenuation in a simple compact SMD package.

The DBP.5570.Q.A.50 is a standard Taoglas product but can be customized for specific customer needs. For further information please contact your regional Taoglas customer support team.

Technical Specification
Name Value
Series Airvu
Frequency 5400-5700MHz
Bandwidth 160MHz
Filter Type Band Pass
Impedance 50
Insertion Loss 3
Mounting Type SMD
Length (mm) 8.6
Width (mm) 3.4
Height (mm) 2.9
Weight (g) n/a

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