Filters & RF Components

DESIGNED FOR MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE AND EFFICIENCY
Our filters have been selected by some of the leading Public Safety organizations across North America to ensure Mission-Critical performance for their RF networks. Comprod manufactures each cavity filter in North America – skilled RF technicians, quality calibration, and insistence on high-quality plating materials. This ensures that the filter performance will be optimal, tuning can be easily performed by your technicians, and the RF signals remain as pure and clean as possible. Our customers notice the difference in quality and reliability.
• Four versions of filters available: Band-Pass, Notch, Pass-Reject, and X-Pass, available in 2″, 4″, 6.625″ and 10″ cavities
• 6.625” and 10” filters have two hand-movable tuning rods for faster tuning. Silver-plated adjustable coupling loops and a calibration index label help to facilitate setting the cavity insertion loss as required for each application.
• Combination of a heavy-gauge aluminum outer conductor, thick heliarc-welded cavity top plates, heavy silver-plating on micro-finished tuning assemblies, and Invar-based temperature compensation material for constant performance levels and long-term reliability
• Silver-plated brass bodies, gold- plated center contacts and thru-line cable assemblies that are made with high-quality connectors and RG-393B/U Teflon or RG-214/U cable to provide excellent intermodulation rejection at high system power levels
• Gold-plated cable connector center contacts are soldered to the cable and the dual shield is securely crimped to the connector barrel using pneumatic fixtures and precision dies

  • 61-11-71 Band Pass Cavity

    Frequency Range: 118-136 MHz
    Designed to minimize interference from adjacent channels and outside systems
    • Available in single units
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index to reference insertion loss
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  • 61-13-71 Band Pass Cavity

    Frequency Range: 136-174 MHz
    Designed to minimize interference from adjacent channels and outside systems
    • Available in single units
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index to reference insertion loss
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  • 61-40-71 Band Pass Cavity

    Frequency Range: 406-512 MHz
    Designed to minimize interference from adjacent channels and outside systems
    • Available in single units
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index to reference insertion loss
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  • 61-74-71 Band Pass Cavity

    Frequency Range: 746-960 MHz
    Designed to minimize interference from adjacent channels and outside systems
    • Available in single units
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index to reference insertion loss
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  • 62-11-71 Pass-Reject Cavity

    Frequency Range: 118-136 MHz
    Designed to pass a frequency band and reject a narrow band of frequencies
    • Can reject frequencies on either the high or low side of the pass frequency
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference
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  • 62-13-71 Pass-Reject Cavity

    Frequency Range: 136-174 MHz
    Designed to pass a frequency band and reject a narrow band of frequencies
    • Can reject frequencies on either the high or low side of the pass frequency
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference
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  • 62-40-71 Pass-Reject Cavity

    Frequency Range: 406-512 MHz
    Designed to pass a frequency band and reject a narrow band of frequencies
    • Can reject frequencies on either the high or low side of the pass frequency
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference
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  • 62-74-71 Pass-Reject Cavity

    Frequency Range: 746-960 MHz
    Designed to pass a frequency band and reject a narrow band of frequencies
    • Can reject frequencies on either the high or low side of the pass frequency
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference
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  • 63-03-71 Notch Cavity

    Frequency Range: 30-50 MHz
    Designed to reject one narrow band of frequencies, while letting all others pass in the operating band
    • Can be cascaded or added to one another in order to sharpen the attenuation of the rejection curve
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference from adjacent systems
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index
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  • 63-11-71 Notch Cavity

    Frequency Range: 108-136 MHz
    Designed to reject one narrow band of frequencies, while letting all others pass in the operating band
    • Can be cascaded or added to one another in order to sharpen the attenuation of the rejection curve
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference from adjacent systems
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index
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  • 63-13-71 Notch Cavity

    Frequency Range: 136-174 MHz
    Designed to reject one narrow band of frequencies, while letting all others pass in the operating band
    • Can be cascaded or added to one another in order to sharpen the attenuation of the rejection curve
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference from adjacent systems
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index
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  • 63-40-71 Notch Cavity

    Frequency Range: 406-512 MHz
    Designed to reject one narrow band of frequencies, while letting all others pass in the operating band
    • Can be cascaded or added to one another in order to sharpen the attenuation of the rejection curve
    • Temperature compensated to ensure frequency stability
    • High attenuation to minimize desense and interference from adjacent systems
    • Adjustable loops: each cavity has a calibration index
    DOWNLOAD PDF