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                                        NIC launches 10 MHz - 18000 MHz High Performance Switched Filter Banks - G Squared
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                                        NIC launches 10 MHz – 18000 MHz High Performance Switched Filter Banks

                                        NIC introduces a new line of high-performance, custom 2-to-10 channel switched filter banks that cover frequencies from 1 MHz to 18 GHz.  These RF assemblies use low-loss, high-isolation PIN diode or GaAs switches and are TTL compatible. The filter banks also have low VSWR, excellent passband flatness, fast switching speeds, and are housed in compact, laser-sealed, ruggedized enclosures that make them well suited for high-reliability radar, EW and space applications.

                                        Features:  
                                        • Low Profile ( < 0.25″)
                                        • High out of band  rejection
                                        • Laser sealed hermetic packaging available
                                        • Excellent passband
                                        •  flatness
                                        • Fast switching speeds


                                                              
                                                              

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