Pulse announced a family of low-cost Scalable Modular and Robust Technology (SMART) diplex filters, which are available as RoHS and Pb-free compliant products. The components are preset at the factory to the desired frequency bands, eliminating the cost to the end-user of tuning the module in final assembly; and the common footprint simplifies board layout for devices that must operate at different frequencies. Ideal for cable modems, set-top boxes, fiber to the premises (FTTP), and hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) equipment, the modules provide a convenient and cost-effective design solution to meet the fast-changing demands of customers and technology. The SMART diplexer modules feature various frequencies, with or without F-connector. They are also designed to meet or exceed specifications of applicable regional standards. The diplexers are available in various upstream frequencies ranging from 5MHz to 65MHZ, and downstream frequencies ranging from 52MHz to 1200 MHz with different values for crossover isolations and return loss. Pulse, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7RE, UK.
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