Band Stop Filters

9649 Band Stop Filters from 28 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Band Stop Filters from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Narrow down the list of band stop filters based on the required frequency and other parameters.
Description: 548 to 1252 MHzCeramic Notch filter
Type:
Ceramic Filter
Stopband Frequency:
900 to 1252 MHz
Insertion Loss:
1.5 dB
Rejection:
28 dBc min. @ 882 MHz - 918 MHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
SMA - Female, SMA
Grade:
Military, Commercial
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Description: YIG-Tuned Band Reject Filters from 500 MHz to 18 GHz
Type:
Notch Filter
Stopband Frequency:
0.5 to 18 GHz
Insertion Loss:
2 to 2.3 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
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Description: 1616 to 1626 MHz, Ceramic, SMA - Female Band Stop Filter
Type:
Ceramic Filter
Stopband Frequency:
1616 to 1626 MHz
Insertion Loss:
1.5 dB ( 960-1610, 1631.5-1660.5 MHz)
Rejection:
62 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Female
Grade:
Military, Commercial
more info
Description: 200 MHz to 1200 MHz LowDrift SAW LTE Notch Filter
Type:
Notch Filter
Stopband Frequency:
200 to 1200 MHz
Insertion Loss:
2.5 dB (@ 250 to 760 MHz), 5 dB (@760 to 786 MHz)
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 350 W Cavity Band Reject Filter With 406 to 512 MHz Rejection Band
Type:
Cavity Filter
Stopband Frequency:
406 to 512 MHz
Insertion Loss:
0.3 to 0.6 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors, Rack Mount
Connector:
N Type, N Type - Female
Grade:
Commercial, Military
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Description: 2.300 to 2.400 GHz Stop Band, 10 W Cavity Notch Filter
Type:
Notch Filter, Cavity Filter
Stopband Frequency:
2.300 to 2.400 GHz
Insertion Loss:
2.5 dB
Rejection:
60 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Female
Grade:
Military, Commercial, Space
more info
Description: Band Stop Filter For ZigBee Band 779 to 787 MHz
Type:
Cavity Filter
Stopband Frequency:
779 to 787 MHz
Bandwidth:
8 MHz
Insertion Loss:
0.6 to 1.75 dB
Rejection:
40 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
SMA, SMA - Female, SMA - Male, N Type, N Type - Fe...
Grade:
Commercial, Space, Military
more info
Description: 125 to 500 MHz Notch Filter
Type:
Notch Filter
Stopband Frequency:
125 to 500 MHz
Insertion Loss:
1.5 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Grade:
Military, Commercial, Space
more info
Description: 40W, UHF Cavity Notch Filter from 770 to 774 MHz
Type:
Cavity Filter, Notch Filter
Stopband Frequency:
770 to 774 MHz
Insertion Loss:
1 dB
Rejection:
15 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
7/16 DIN, 7/16 DIN - Female
Grade:
Commercial
more info
Description: 1.850 to 1.990 GHz, Cavity Filter
Type:
Cavity Filter
Stopband Frequency:
1.850 to 1.990 GHz
Insertion Loss:
1.3 dB
Rejection:
20 to 40 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Connector:
N Type, N Type - Female
Grade:
Commercial
more info

Band Stop Filter Product Search

Band Stop Filters are used to block signals with a particular frequency range (or a particular set of frequencies) from passing through the filter and allow all other frequency signals to pass thorugh it with minimal losses. We have created a search tool to help users identify band stop filters based on a set of requirements. When looking for band stop filters here are some important parameters once must consider:

Band Stop Frequency: This is the frequency range that needs to be attenuated/blocked. So any signal in this frequency range will be attenuated by the filter. Some band stop filters have multiple band stop frequencies, there by blocking a set of frequencies. For example, if a filter has a band stop frequency from 1020 MHz to 1080 MHz. It will allow all frequencies up to 1020 MHz and above 1080 MHz to pass through.

Attenuation: This is the level of attenuation that any signal in the band stop region of the filter will experience. In an ideal world, this would be infinity, however, this is not the case in the real world - Values are usually above 15 dB here, the higher the better.

Insertion Loss: This is the loss that a signal in the passband of a Band Stop Filter experiences. The lower the insertion loss the better the filter.

Power Level: This is the maximum input power that the filter can handle.

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