Low-Profile RF Filters Address Airborne Applications

Reactel’s ultra-low profile RF filters operate at frequencies up to 30 GHz and exhibit equal performance to many of the company’s larger connectorized designs. According to their maker, the devices offer the highest Qs in frequencies now up to 30 GHz.


The filters are viable for portable and aerospace applications where size and weight are critical. Gull wing pins are available for lower frequency discrete component designs, and axial or radial pins in flatpack combline and interdigital packages are used for higher frequency designs. Package heights are as low as 0.125 in. and weights are as low as 15g (0.5 oz.). More information and datasheets are available

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