(0) Shopping cart
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Shopping Categories

    Passive RF Bandpass Filter, 6307 MHz

    Affordable price passive RF bandpass filter for sale, frequency 6307 MHz ± 25 MHz, impedance 50 Ohm, with SMA female connector. It plays a pivotal role in audio and antenna systems by selectively permitting specific frequencies while attenuating others. Constructed using passive components, the BPF band pass filter exploits its reactive properties to create a frequency-dependent impedance network.
    SKU: ATO-BPF-6307MHZ
    30-day Returns
    Free Shipping
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    In audio applications, passive radio frequency bandpass filters help isolate desired frequency bands, contributing to clearer sound reproduction by minimizing interference from extraneous signals. In antenna systems, RF band pass filters narrow the receiving or transmitting frequency range, preventing adjacent channels or unwanted noise from affecting signal integrity.


    • Model: ATO-BPF-B6307-107M
    • Frequency Range: 6307 MHz ± 25 MHz
    • Impedance: 50 Ohm
    • Insertion Loss: ≤4.5dB
    • Passband Fluctuation: ≤0.6dB
    • Restraint Outside the Band: ≥50dB@DC-6200MHz, ≥50dB@6414-13000MHz
    • VSWR: ≤1.50:1
    • Input/ Output Connectors: SMA-Female
    • Operation Temperature: -10℃~+50℃
    • Surface Fishing: Silver Plated Surface
    • Dimension: 19*18*9mm

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    6307 MHz passive RF bandpass filter dimension

    Tips: What are the limitations of passive RF bandpass filters?

    Passive RF bandpass filters have limitations that impact their performance in certain scenarios. Firstly, they exhibit frequency-dependent insertion loss, causing signal attenuation at the filter's center frequency. Additionally, they may introduce phase distortion, affecting signal integrity. Bandwidth limitations pose challenges when dealing with wideband signals, as narrow bandwidth filters may not adequately pass the entire signal spectrum. Passive filters are also sensitive to variations in temperature and manufacturing tolerances, leading to inconsistencies in performance. Non-ideal impedance matching can result in reflections and reduced filter efficiency. Moreover, passive filters lack the ability to actively compensate for changing signal conditions, limiting adaptability. In applications where low power consumption is critical, passive filters may not be suitable due to inherent signal loss. Despite these limitations, passive RF bandpass filters remain valuable in various applications, especially when cost, simplicity, and size constraints are essential considerations.

    Write your review for Passive RF Bandpass Filter, 6307 MHz
    • Only registered users can write reviews
    • Bad
    • Excellent