6 Band Combiner Cavity Multiplexer

Cavity FilterFeaturesVarious size & Wide FrequencyLow insertion lossPrevent impactExcellent temperature stability Application FieldVarious size & Wide FrequencyLow insertion lossPrevent impactExcellen

Product Details
We are a modern enterprise with many years of experience in the production of Dielectric Patch Antenna factory, China Dielectric Duplexers_MONO Type, Ceramic Waveguide Filter. We are equipped with advanced equipment and testing equipment to provide users with more advanced and reliable products and better services. Our company has a complete and scientific quality management system. A journey of a thousand miles starts with one step, and the sound of good reputation originates from service.


Cavity Filter

42.jpg

Features

Multiplexer is an integrated system that usually contains a certain number of data inputs, with a number of addresses inputs (in binary form to select one data input). The multiplexer has a separate output, the same as the selected data input value. Multiplexing is also applied to software operations, such as the simultaneous transmission of multithreaded information to devices or programs. A multiplexer is an integrated system that usually contains a certain number of data inputs, with a number of addresses inputs (in binary form to select one data input). The multiplexer has a separate output, the same as the selected data input value. Multiplexing is also applied to software operations, such as the simultaneous transmission of multithreaded information to devices or programs. Various size & Wide FrequencyIn fact, multiplexers can significantly affect the performance of the signal chain in a variety of ways. For example, conduction capacitance may cause crosstalk between channels. Signal distortion can be caused by temperature - related changes in the conduction resistance. The capacitance and resistance of the multiplexer together limit the signal bandwidth. Charge injection may cause transient errors when the multiplexer switches channels and affects the stability time at the output. In order to optimize signal chain performance, it is important to understand these examples and the many other ways in which multiplexers can affect signals, especially since multiplexers are optimized for different performance characteristics and different applications. Our Cavity Multiplexer has numerous advantages, such as low insertion loss,prevent impact and excellent temperature stability. In a data communication system or a computer network system, the bandwidth or capacity of the transmitted media is often greater than the need to transmit a single signal. In order to effectively utilize the communication lines, a channel is expected to transmit multiple signals simultaneously, which is called Multiplexing. Multiplexing technology can combine multiple signals in one physical channel for transmission, which can greatly save the cost of cable installation and maintenance in long-distance transmission. Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) and Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) are two of the most commonly used Multiplexing technologies. Multiplexing is a general term used to describe via a public transmission line at different time or speed to send the operation of one or more analog or digital signal, therefore, we used to do device called a multiplexer the multiplexer, referred to as "MUX" or "MPX", is a combinational logic circuit is designed by applying by switching control signals of multiple input line in a for a single public output line. Multiplexer work style is similar to the rapid movement of multi position rotary switch, a connection or control a known as the "channel" multiple input line to the output multiplexer or MUX can by used to exchange Numbers or binary data of high-speed digital circuit made of logic gates, also can be used the transistor, MOSFET or relay input voltage or current into one of the types of analog switch to a single output. Multiplexing refers to the communication mode in which multiple signals are carried by the same transmission medium (line). Before the signals are sent to the transmission medium, they should be modulated in accordance with certain rules, so as to facilitate the transmission of the modulated signals in the medium without causing confusion, so that the signals have enough energy when they are transmitted to the other side, and can be distinguished and restored to the original signals by means of anti-modulation. The common methods of multiplexing are frequency division multiplexing and time division multiplexing. The application of code division multiplexing is also expanding. The essence of multiplexing technology is to collect the data of multiple users in a region by sending multiplexers, and then transmit the collected data through a physical line. The data will be separated and distributed to multiple users by receiving multiplexers. Multiplexing is usually divided into frequency division multiplexing, time division multiplexing, wave division multiplexing, code division multiple access and air division multiple access.


Application Field
The use of multiplexer can make the multi-channel data information sharing channel. When the data flow on the multiplexing line is continuous, this sharing method can achieve good results. Obviously, this is also more economical than using one line per terminal. Multiplexers are always used in pairs. A continuous terminal, another near the host, is used to receive the composite data stream, according to the channel to separate the data, and send them to the corresponding output line, so called demultiplexer. The purpose of using multiplexer is to make full use of the capacity of communication channel and reduce the cost of system greatly. For example, for a pair of telephone lines, the frequency band is generally above 100kHz, while the frequency band of each telephone signal is generally limited to 4kHz. At this point, the capacity of the channel is much larger than that of a telephone. In digital electronics, multiplexers are also known as data selectors because they can "select" each input line, consisting of a single analog switch encapsulated in a single IC package, as opposed to "mechanical" types of selectors such as conventional switches and relays. They are used as a method to reduce the number of logic gates required in circuit design, or as a method when a data line or data bus is required to carry two or more different digital signals. For example, an 8-channel multiplexer. In general, the selection of each input line in a multiplexer is controlled by another set of inputs called control lines, and the appropriate data input is directly connected to the output according to the binary conditions of these control inputs (" high "or" low "). In general, multiplexing appliances have an even number of 2 n data input lines and multiple "control" inputs corresponding to the number of data inputs. The Cavity Multiplexer has various size, wide frequency, low insertion loss, prevent impact and excellent temperature stability. Multiplexing techniques fall into four categories. The first is frequency division multiplexing, which is characterized by dividing the frequency band resources of a circuit or space into multiple frequency bands and distributing them to multiple users. The data of each user terminal is transmitted through the sub-channels allocated to it. Mainly used in telephone and cable TV systems. The second is time division multiplexing (TDM), which is characterized by segmentation according to the transmission time to transmit different signals in different time. There are two ways: synchronous time division multiplexing and asynchronous time division multiplexing. The third is wavelength division multiplexing, characterized by frequency division multiplexing of light. A single fiber is used to transmit signals of light waves close to multiple frequencies at the same time. The last one is code division multiplexing, which is characterized by the fact that each user can communicate with the same frequency band at the same time. It is a method of sharing channel. All aspects of communication will not interfere with each other, and strong anti-interference ability.


Specifications


Part NumberCenter FrequencyBandwidthInsertion Loss in BWRipple in BWReturn Loss in BWAttenuation(dB)Size
       (L x W x H)mm
PDF
SRP875F4R10HA875104.01.51460@825~83570x36x15.5Download
40@930~960
35@1805~2145
SRP902N10N25HA902.5253.01.01555@935~96060x40x20Download
SRP945F4R30HA945304.01.51450@825~87070x36x15.5Download
35
1805~2145
SRP947N8N25HA947.5252.00.81535@890~91560x40x20Download
SRP1105N10N32HA1105323.51.51460@1065~114560x40x20Download
SRP1200F4R50HA1200503.01.01530@1090

70x36x15.5Download
SRP1300F4R50HA1300503.01.01550@1090

70x36x15.5Download
SRP1400F4R50HA1400503.01.01550@1090

70x36x15.5Download
SRP1680F5R80HA1680805.51.51430@1600&176051.35x23.2x13Download
SRP1827F4R45HA1827.5453.01.51460@885~96070x36x15.5Download
60@2110~2145
SRP1950K8N60HA1950603.02.01850@2110~217070x36x15.5Download
SRP2017F4R15HA2017152.50.5235@DC~184270x36x15.5Download
30@1842~1929
15@1929~1978
15@2090~2100
SRP2441N6N83HA2441832.01.01842@2360

41x35.5x17Download
40@2300~2358.5
10@2523

SRP827F872N10N15HA827.5151.50.817.055@865~88096x46x21Download
872.5151.50.817.055@820~835
SRP454F462N10N02HA45423.52.015.010@458

100x50x20Download
40@462

46223.52.015.010@458

40@454

SRP813F900N10N15-30HA813.5153.01.014.050@885~91582x64x15Download
50@851~866
900303.01.014.050@806~821
38@930~960
SRP813F858N10N15HA813.5152.00.816.055@851~86682x64x15Download
35@836

858.5152.00.616.055@806~821
35@836

SRP834F879N10N22HA834222.01.018.060@868~89082x64x15Download
879222.01.018.060@823~845
SRP1770F1865N10N30HA1770303.01.015.550@1850~188082x64x15Download
15@1735

1865303.01.015.550@1755~1785
20@1830

SRP858F945N10N15-30HA858.5153.01.014.050@930~96082x64x15Download
30@806~821
945303.01.514.050@851~866
50@885~915
SRP1950F2140N10N60HA1950601.81.018.055@2110~217082x64x15Download
2140601.81.018.055@1920~1980
SRP897F942N10N24HA897242.21.014.050@930~95482x64x17Download
942242.21.014.050@885~909
SRP900F945N10N30HA900302.51.518.045@930~960100x55x18Download
945302.51.518.045@885~915
SRP912F957N10N06HA91261.50.817.055@954~96096x46x21Download
95761.50.817.055@909~915
SRP1732F1955N10N45-30HA1732.5452.00.818.055@1940~197082x64x15Download
50@1805~1850
1955302.00.818.055@1710~1755
35@2130~2160
SRP1827F2145N10N45-30HA1827.5452.00.818.055@2130~216082x64x15Download
33@1710~1755
2145302.00.818.055@1805~1850
48@1940~1970
SRP1745F1840N10N20HA1745202.21.015.555@1830~185082x64x15Download
1840202.21.015.555@1735~1755
SRP1747F1842N10N75HA1747.5753.02.014.045@1805~188082x64x15Download
1842.5753.02.014.045@1710~1785
SRP1795F2045N10N170-250HA17951701.81.012.030@1920~217060x33x17Download
20452501.81.312.030@1710~1880
SRTP12Q1920F4D925HA922752.01.01445@1710~1845105x74.2x28Download
45@1920~2170
17951703.01.01450@885~960
45@1920~2170
20452503.01.21450@885~960
45@1710~1845
SRTP8J1840F4D830HA830103.51.01450@1710~175582x64x17Download
50@1940~1955
1732453.01.01450@825~835
50@1940~1955
1947153.01.01450@825~835
50@1710~1755
SRTP8J919F8F1952HA897242.50.81845@930~96085x64.6x18Download





942242.50.81845@885~915





19521452.00.61815@DC~1850
30@2110~3600
SRTP3D917L12L1917FHA917552.01.01840@1710~1860105x80x28Download
40@1950~2150
17851502.51.21540@890~945
40@1950~2150
20502002.51.21540@890~945
40@1710~1860
SRMP8J1792F8J1792RHA1745202.21.01450@1830~1850105x73.8x22Download
1840206.01.01450@1735~1755
1745202.21.01450@1830~1850
SRMP6J866F6J1848FHA830104.01.01540@890~91585x57x18Download
35@1710~1785
40@1920~1980
902254.02.01540@825~835
35@1710~1785
40@1920~1980
1747754.02.51540@825~835
40@890~915
40@1920~1980
1950604.01.01540@825~835
40@890~915
35@1710~1785
SRMP10L1848F10L1991FHA1747758.01.51450@1920~198093x74.6x20Download
1950608.01.51450@1710~1785
1842758.01.51450@2110~2170
2140608.01.51450@1805~1880
SRMP10L1795F10L2045FHA1745758.01.51440@1805~188093x74.6x20Download
10@1700

20@1690

1842758.01.51440@1710~1785
8@1890

10@1900

1950608.01.51450@2110~2170
30@2045

10@1910

2140608.01.51450@1920~1980
30@2045

8@2180

SRMP8J916F8J1992FHA875102.51.01845@954~960141.6x80x20Download
40@1830~1850
40@2130~2160
95762.51.01850@870~880
40@1830~1850
40@2130~2160
1840203.51.01850@870~880
50@954~960
40@2130~2160
2145303.51.01850@870~880
50@954~960
45@1830~1850
SRMP8J908F8J2074F4D1895HA872153.01.01730@825~835141.59x92.24x20Download
45@930~960
45@1880~2150
945303.01.01740@825~870
45@885~915
45@1880~2150
1895303.01.01745@820~960
45@2110~2150
35@2010~2025
2130404.01.01745@1880~1910
45@1920~1960
40@2010~2025
2017154.01.01635@1920~1960
45@1880~1910
45@2110~2150
SRTP8J825F8J1816F4D2017HA900303.01.51440@1710~1755141.6x80x20Download
40@1880~1920
40@2010~2025
1732253.01.01450@885~912
50@1880~1920
45@2010~2025
1900403.01.01450@885~915
50@1710~1755
35@2010~2025
2017154.01.01450@885~915
45@1710~1755
35@1880~1920
SRMP8J859F8J1920FHA836.5252.51.01653@839~89497x60x19Download
50@1850~1910
50@1960~1990
881.5252.51.01653@854~849
50@1850~1910
50@1930~1990
1880604.22.21560@1930~1990
55@824~849
50@869~894
1960604.22.21560@1850~1910
60@824~849
50@869~894
SRMP8J871F8J1850FHA83062.51.01853@909~915141.6x80x20Download
50@1735~1755
50@1940~1970
91262.51.01853@825~835
50@1735~1755
50@1940~1970
1745203.51.01860@1940~1970
55@825~835
50@909~915
1955303.51.01860@1735~1755
60@825~935
50@909~915
SRMP8J872F8J1848FHA847302.51.01540@700

120x75x20Download
45@950~3000
897.5352.51.01545@750

45@1100~3000
1747.5752.51.01545@1600

40@2000~3000
1950602.51.01545@1800

40@2100~3000
SRMP8J907F8J1991HA872.5433.01.51450@925~96097x60x19Download
45@1805~1880
45@2110~2170
942.5353.01.51480@851~894
45@1805~1880
45@2110~2170
1842.5752.51.01450@2110~2170
50@851~894
50@925~960
2140602.51.01450@1805~1880
50@851~894
50@925~960
SRMP8J807F8J2047F2593HA742.5293.01.01550@851~894112x70x20Download
45@1960~1995
45@2110~2155
45@2496~2690
872.5433.01.01550@728~757
45@1930~1995
45@2110~2155
45@2496~2690
1962.5623.01.01850@2110~2155
40@2496~2690
50@728~757
50@851~894
2132.5453.01.01850@1930~1995
40@2496~2690
50@728~757
50@851~894
25931943.01.01840@1930~1995
40@2110~2155
50@728~757
50@851~894
SRMP6J926F6J1777RHA9047.42.51.01848@945~95275x82x22Download
48@1727~1732
48@1822~1827
9497.42.51.01848@900~907
48@1727~1732
48@1822~1827
17305.42.51.01848@900~907
48@945~952
48@1822~1827
18255.42.51.01848@900~907
48@945~952
48@1727~1732
SRMP8F8308J1838F4D2017HA830103.01.01450@1710~1735141.6x80x20Download
50@1940~1970
20@2010~2025
1722253.01.01450@825~880
50@1940~1970
20@2010~2025
1955303.01.01450@825~835
50@1710~1735
20@2010~2025
2017154.21.01450@825~835
50@1710~1970
50@1940~1970
SRMP6J925R6J1795FHA902254.32.01550@935~96075x54x22Download
50@1710~1785
50@1805~1880
947254.32.01550@890~915
50@1710~1785
50@1805~1880
1747755.03.01550@890~915
50@935~960
50@1805~1880
1842755.03.01550@890~915
50@935~960
50@1710~1785

Multiplexer is a updated design based on cavity filter for multiple systems signal selecting component. 


After careful research and assiduous research, we are able to provide you reliable and efficient 6 Band Combiner Cavity Multiplexer. We are adhering to the development concept of continuity, dream and leap, to provide you with green products and services. We always aim at quality and efficiency, and good reputation, facing the international market.
Inquiry

You Might Also Like