Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


New range of miniature RF filter banks

25 August 2021 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Atlanta Micro announced the product release of three new miniature filter banks, the specifications for each of which are detailed below.

AM3186 – 6 to 26,5 GHz sub-octave fixed bandpass filter bank

Offering low insertion loss and high out-of-band rejection, the filter bank contains five bandpass filters with full 1 GHz overlap as well as an integrated, low-loss filter bypass path to 20 GHz. It is packaged in a 5 mm QFN package and operates over the -40°C to +85°C temperature range.

AM3156 – 400 MHz to 8 GHz digitally tuneable bandpass filter bank

Provides three filter bands, each with 256 discrete tune states and a low-loss filter bypass path contained in a 10 mm QFN package. The AM3156 expands on Atlanta Micro’s AM3152 device by integrating the inductors and DC blocking capacitors and placing it all in one easy-to-install chip.

AM3153 – 6 to 26,5 GHz digitally tuneable bandpass filter bank

Provides three separate tuneable filter bands with 16 selectable bandpass states each, integrated switches and a 22 GHz filter bypass path. The AM3153 is packaged in a 5 mm QFN package and operates over the -40°C to +85°C temperature range. It makes for an effective front-end for a receiver, providing both high out-of-band rejection and flexibility for tuning the centre frequency.

For more information contact Richard Finniss, RFiber Solutions, +27 82 654 3665, sales@rfibersolutions.com, www.rfibersolutions.com


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