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Professional 88-108MHz notch filter

88-108MHz coaxial notch filter ( or band stop filter ) with N connector. It attenuates over 90db at 98 MHz. Among the best notch filters present on the world market today. Perfect for professional use and/or amateur radio.

€81.00 (VAT incl.) €81.00 (VAT excl.)
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Description

 Field of use: :

Notch high Q filter with N connector. It allows the reduction of broadcasting frequencies from 88 to 108MHz with over 75db of attenuation. This version has been designed to be matched only to receivers, scanners, SDR or to be attached directly to spectrum analyzers. It allows low-loss reception of frequencies adjacent to the FM band such as the civil band at 78MHz and the 120MHz aerial. Perfect for professional use as for measurement near broadcasting stations operating from 88 to 108MHz.

 Uniqueness :

High Q inductances designed for our filters.

 Connectors:

N Male 50 Ohm: Amphenol

N Female 50 Ohm: Amphenol

 Materials :

Cylindrical shaped structure made of anticorodal (6000 alloy) aluminum.

Black anodic anodization

Engraving with fiber laser

 Technical features :

Attenuation at 98MHz > 75dB

Amphenol BNC connectors

HI-Q inductances

HI-Q RF 250V ceramic capacitors

Reversible filter

Max power input : 30 Watt

 Grafico :

S21 Notch 88-108MHz
This graph represents the insertion loss and the return loss of the filter from 5kHz to 1.5GHz.


S21 Notch 88-108MHz


This graph represents the insertion loss and the return loss of the filter from 5kHz to 3GHz.


S21 Notch 88-108MHz

This graph represents the heart of the filter, the notch. As you can see at 95MHz the filter has a loss of 98dB REAL while the aeronautical band and the civil band on 70MHz is slightly attenuated

Data sheet

JG-BSF98N
20 cm
10 cm
5 cm
0.50 kg
Data sheet
Max Power Input

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