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P Cube FM Filter
FM bandpass filter
For power levels up to 2.5kW, this filter is of aluminum, brass, and copper construction, small in size and weight. Available as either a three or four section filter, it is temperature compensated and fully band tunable, and can be used as a stand-alone filter or as part of a combiner system. The filter can be tuned over the full FM band and also adjusted for narrower or wider filter response in the field, thus providing the correct filter response for the broadcaster.
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