LFB Series, RF Filters

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LFB182G45BG4D729
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
2.5dB
0603 (1608 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
80MHz
0.024" (0.60mm)
2.44GHz Center
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LFB
0.063" L x 0.031" W (1.60mm x 0.80mm)
LFB155G37CB1C032
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Surface Mount
1.5dB
0402 (1005 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
950MHz
0.016" (0.40mm)
5.375GHz
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LFB
0.039" L x 0.020" W (1.00mm x 0.50mm)
LFB182G45BG4D268
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
2.4dB
0603 (1608 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
100MHz
0.024" (0.60mm)
2.45GHz Center
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LFB
0.063" L x 0.031" W (1.60mm x 0.80mm)
LFB185G42CGZE130
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
1.5dB
0603 (1608 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
1.5GHz
0.024" (0.60mm)
5.425GHz Center
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LFB
0.063" L x 0.031" W (1.60mm x 0.80mm)
LFB185G54CGLD708
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
0.85dB
0603 (1608 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
1.5GHz
0.024" (0.60mm)
5.425GHz Center
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LFB
0.063" L x 0.031" W (1.60mm x 0.80mm)
LFB212G45CG1C187
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
0.9dB
0805 (2012 Metric), 8 PC Pad
Low Pass
100MHz
0.028" (0.70mm)
2.45GHz Center
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LFB
0.079" L x 0.049" W (2.00mm x 1.25mm)
LFB212G45CN1E205
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$0.2535
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$0.2394
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$0.2254
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Surface Mount
1.25dB
0805 (2012 Metric), 4 PC Pad
Low Pass
100MHz
0.041" (1.05mm)
2.45GHz Center
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LFB
0.079" L x 0.049" W (2.00mm x 1.25mm)

About  RF Filters

Radio frequency filter products are essential components used to attenuate signals at specific frequencies, setting them apart from similar products. These filters find widespread application in radio-related fields where it is necessary to limit interference caused by strong signals outside the desired frequency range. They come in two main forms: component-level products designed for integration into electronic assemblies and modular, connectorized products commonly used in laboratory and test equipment. The primary function of radio frequency filters is to selectively pass or reject signals within a specific frequency range. By attenuating signals outside the desired range, these filters help maintain signal integrity and prevent interference from affecting sensitive electronic systems. This is particularly important in radio communication, wireless networks, and other applications where signal purity and fidelity are critical. Component-level radio frequency filters are designed to be integrated into electronic assemblies such as circuit boards or modules. These filters typically consist of passive components such as capacitors, inductors, and resistors arranged in various configurations to achieve the desired filtering characteristics. They can be surface-mounted or through-hole components, depending on the specific application requirements. Component-level filters offer flexibility in terms of design and can be customized to meet the specific needs of the electronic assembly. On the other hand, modular and connectorized radio frequency filters are more commonly used in laboratory and test equipment. These filters are pre-packaged units with standardized connectors that allow for easy integration into measurement setups. They are often used during testing and development to isolate and analyze specific frequency bands of interest. Modular filters provide a convenient and interchangeable solution for different testing scenarios, allowing engineers and technicians to quickly adapt to different measurement requirements. Both component-level and modular radio frequency filters are designed with specific filter characteristics, such as low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, or band-stop. The choice of filter type depends on the desired frequency range of interest and the specific interference sources to be attenuated. Some filters may also incorporate additional features like adjustable cutoff frequencies or variable bandwidth control to provide further flexibility in filtering applications. In summary, radio frequency filter products are specialized components used to attenuate signals at specific frequencies. They are crucial in limiting interference caused by unwanted signals outside the desired frequency range. Whether integrated at the component level or utilized as modular units, these filters ensure signal integrity and purity in radio-related applications, making them indispensable in wireless communication, testing, and other electronic systems.