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    Passive RF Bandpass Filter, 9~13 GHz

    Passive RF bandpass filter plays a pivotal role in audio and antenna systems by selectively permitting specific frequencies while attenuating others. Cost-effective passive band pass filter for sale, frequency range from 9 GHz to 13 GHz, impedance 50 Ohm, with SMA female connector. It stands as an indispensable device, sculpting signal integrity and elevating the overall efficacy of communication systems.
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    Passive RF (Radio Frequency) bandpass filter is an electronic circuit designed to allow signals within a specific frequency range to pass through while attenuating signals outside of that range. This band pass filter is crucial in applications such as audio processing, antenna systems, and signal conditioning.


    • Model: ATO-BPF-9/13-SE
    • Frequency Range: 9~13 GHz (9000~13000MHz)
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Insertion Loss: ≤2.0dB
    • Passband Fluctuation: ≤1.0dB
    • Restraint Outside the Band: ≥50dB@DC-8300MHz, ≥50dB@13700-25000MHz
    • VSWR: ≤1.80:1
    • Input/ Output Connectors: SMA-Female
    • Operation Temperature: -40℃~+70℃
    • Surface Fishing: Black Paint
    • Dimension: 56*14*7mm

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    13 GHz passive RF bandpass filter dimension

    Test Curve Diagram

    13 GHz passive RF bandpass filter test curve

    Tips: Can passive RF bandpass filters be used in audio systems?

    Yes, passive RF (radio frequency) bandpass filters can be used in audio systems, but they are not the most common choice. RF filters are designed to pass or attenuate signals within a specific radio frequency range, and their characteristics may not align perfectly with the audio frequency range. While they can be adapted for audio applications, dedicated audio bandpass filters are generally preferred for optimal performance. Audio bandpass filters are specifically tuned for the frequencies within the audible range (20 Hz to 20 kHz) and are better suited to shaping and controlling audio signals. If adapting RF filters for audio, careful design considerations and testing are essential to ensure they meet the specific requirements of the audio frequency spectrum.

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