CTS RLF and XLF series low-pass filters for harmonic suppression

Monday, 11 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Richardson RFPD

The RLF and XLF series of low-pass filters, from CTS Corporation, are optimised to support 3GPP standards that require harmonic suppression through fifth-order harmonics. Both series provide complete solutions for harmonic rejection for wireless infrastructure applications.

The RLF family offers ultralow insertion loss (3 to 5 dB max) and good close-in rejection/attenuation. They are suitable for up to 20 W of average power and 200 W of peak modulated power.

The XLF family offers small size (6.5 x 5 x 2 mm) and low insertion loss. They are suitable for systems of up to 6 W of average output power per antenna port.

Featuring wide temperature ranges with tight stability, the high-performance filters can be used with other CTS products, as a standalone solution or as a complement to other filter technologies.

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