The 360B is a Filter from Agilent. Electronic filters perform a variety of signal-processing functions with the purpose of removing a signal’s unwanted frequency components, enhance desired ones, or both. There are many types of electronic test equipment filters, including those that are passive, active, analog, digital, low pass, high pass, linear, and nonlinear. Linear filters are the most commonly used for most electronic equipment applications.
- 1200 MHz Low Pass Filter
- Cut-off frequency: 1200 Mc
- Rejection: 50 db or more attenuation at 1.25 x cut-off frequency
- Impedance: 50 ohms through pass band. Should be matched for optimum performance
- Standing wave ratio: Less than 1.6 to within 100 Mc of cut-off
- Distance from Center Line to End of Offset, Type N Connector: Male Offset: 2-1/8 inches; Female Offset: 2-1/4 inches
- No spurious responses
- Spectrum analyzer preselector
With signal generator or signal source in:
- Slotted line measurements
- Checking filter characteristics
- Determining response
The Agilent HP 360B Low Pass Filter is designed to facilitate microwave measurements by eliminating harmonics generated by the signal source. Elimination of harmonics is important in making slotted-line measurements, in checking filter characteristics, in determining receiver response and in many other applications. This filter can also be used as preselectors with the 851A/8551A Spectrum Analyzer. As such they permit analysis of signals below the filter cutoff frequency without interference from higher-frequency signals.
The 360B filter consists of a brass tube housing a multi-section coaxial type filter. The ends are terminated in type N fittings, one male and one female. Attenuation in the pass band is less than 1 db; and attenuation in the pass band is less than 50 db. There is no spurious response up th three times cut-off frequency.