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

4,920 – 4,940 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-196

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

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,560 – 4,580 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-180

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,600 – 4,620 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-182

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,640 – 4,660 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-184

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,700 – 4,720 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-186

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,740 – 4,760 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-188

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,780 – 4,800 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-190

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,800 – 4,820 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-192

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,880 – 4,900 MHz

TNC(m), TNC(f) RF Connector
Part # 1080-194

Cavity Bandpass Filter

4,900 – 4,920 MHz

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