RF Multiplexers

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Cut Tape (CT)Digi-Reel®Tape & Reel (TR)
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Frequency Bands (Low / High)
1573.42MHz ~ 1605.89MHz / 2.4GHz ~ 2.7GHz2.4GHz ~ 2.483GHz / 4.9GHz ~ 5.85GHz
Return Loss (Low Band / High Band)
10.0dB / 20.0dB-
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Frequency Bands (Low / High)
Low Band Attenuation (min / max dB)
High Band Attenuation (min / max dB)
Return Loss (Low Band / High Band)
Mounting Type
Package / Case
RF DIPLEXER 2.4415/5.375GHZ 4BGA
DIP2450-01D3
RF DIPLEXER 2.4415/5.375GHZ 4BGA
STMicroelectronics
3,860
In Stock
5,000 : $0.25599
Tape & Reel (TR)
-
Tape & Reel (TR)
Obsolete
Diplexer
2.4GHz ~ 2.483GHz / 4.9GHz ~ 5.85GHz
20.00dB / -
18.00dB / -
-
Surface Mount
4-UFBGA, FCBGA
DIP1524-01D3
DIP1524-01D3
RF DIPLX 1589.655MHZ/2.55GHZ BGA
STMicroelectronics
3,469
In Stock
1 : $0.71000
Cut Tape (CT)
-
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
Active
Diplexer
1573.42MHz ~ 1605.89MHz / 2.4GHz ~ 2.7GHz
20.00dB / -
18.00dB / -
10.0dB / 20.0dB
Surface Mount
4-UFBGA, FCBGA
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RF Multiplexers


RF Multiplexers use bi-directional bandpass filters to combine RF signals for transmission through a single coaxial cable or to split a combined signal into separate signals for transmission through independent coax cables. Types of multiplexing include diplexing, duplexing. triplexing, quadplexing and quintplexing. Multiplexors are differentiated by their frequency bands, low band attenuation, high band attenuation, return loss and mounting type.