YIG Filter Spans 2 To 8 GHz Range

Nov. 1, 1998
This dual four-stage band-pass YIG (yttrium-iron-garnet) filter covers the frequency range of 2 to 8 GHz and has an insertion loss of typically 3.5 dB. Model M1823 filter's bandwidth varies from 25 to 35 MHz, and its tuning sensitivity is typically 12

This dual four-stage band-pass YIG (yttrium-iron-garnet) filter covers the frequency range of 2 to 8 GHz and has an insertion loss of typically 3.5 dB. Model M1823 filter's bandwidth varies from 25 to 35 MHz, and its tuning sensitivity is typically 12 MHz/Ma with an operating temperature of -55°C to 85°C per MIL-E-5400 specs. Dimensions are 1.25" x 1.7" x 1.7". The device can be integrated with an analog driver with 0V to 10V control or 12-bit digital driver to tune the circuit from 2 to 8 GHz.

Company: OMNIYIG INC.

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