Alan Dick Broadcast ADB-CNQ-X1X-FM
FM notch filter
The ADB-CNQ is a coaxial quarter wave notch filter. Designed for suppression of intermodal products and rejection of a single frequency, the filter family also features natural temperature stabilization, low insertion loss and VSWR packaged in a compact, high "Q" aluminum cavity. The filter's small footprint allows it to be mounted virtually anywhere in a transmission system.
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