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Coaxial resonators are generally used in filters, duplexers, CRO’s and VCO’s applications within a broad range of frequencies: 300 MHz to 6 GHz. They are provided with several dimensions (2 x 2 to 12 x 12 mm), allowing the best compromise between impedance, “Q“ factor and resonant frequency.

Epsilon 21, 1/2

 Materials & Tuning Components > Coaxial Resonators - Epsilon 21, 1/2

Main Features

  • High Q factor
  • Size 2x2 mm available

Typical Applications

  • Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
  • Coaxial Resonator Oscillators
  • Filters

Markets

Technical Characteristics

Wavelength

  • Half

Dielectric constant

  • 21

Frequency

  • Minimum : 1365 MHz
  • Maximum : 12000 MHz

Section surface

  • Minimum : 2x2 mm²
  • Maximum : 12x12 mm²

Connections

  • Yes

Notes

  • Also available without connexions

Related Standards

RoHS

Related Documents

3D Models

  • No Model

Frequently Asked Questions

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