Filtronetics, Inc. Datasheets for Active Filters

Active filters are electronic filters that use active components such as voltage amplifiers or operational amplifiers. The amplifier shapes and stabilizes the behavior of the filter, and serves as a buffer interface to the driven component.
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Product Name Notes
Cut-off: 0.2 dB @ 400 MHz, Rejection: 800 MHz-40 dB, Ripple: 0.2 dB, IL: 0.2 dB
Cut-off: 0.2 dB @ 75 KHz, Rejection: 146 KHz-60 dB, Ripple: 0.2 dB, IL: 1.0 dB
Cut-off: 1.0 dB @ 5.25 MHz, Rejection: 6.2 MHz-30 dB, Ripple: 0.2 dB, IL: 1.0 dB
Cut-off: 1.0 dB @ 500 MHz, Rejection: 670 MHz-30 dB, Ripple: 0.2 dB, IL: 1.0 dB
Cut-off: 3.0 dB @ 1.5 KHz, Rejection: 1.9 KHz-38 dB, Ripple: 0.3 dB, IL: 0.5 dB
Cut-off: 3.0 dB @ 20.5 MHz, Rejection: 25 MHz-40 dB, Ripple: 0.4 dB, IL: 1.0 dB
Cut-off: 3.0 dB @ 250 KHz, Rejection: 300 KHz-70 dB, Ripple: 0.3 dB, IL: 0.5 dB