RF filters are used to reject RF energy outside of specified thresholds in order to improve radio system performance, especially when located in close physical proximity to transmitters.

Diplexers and Triplexers allow multi-band radios to utilize two or more antennas that are optimized for their specific transmit and receive bands, in order to improve system performance and simplify installation.

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,500 – 4,520 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-177

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,540 – 4,560 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-179

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,580 – 4,600 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-181

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,620 – 4,640 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-183

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,660 – 4,680 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-185

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,720 – 4,740 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-187

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,760 – 4,780 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-189

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,800 – 4,820 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-191

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,860 – 4,880 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-193

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,900 – 4,920 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-195

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,440 – 4,460 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-175

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,520 – 4,540 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-178