AVX BP Series: High-Performance Band Pass Filtering for Telecommunications

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The newest in band pass filters from leading international passive manufacturers, AVX, is the BP series. The BP series is designed using AVX’s patented Multilayer Organic (MLO®) Technology.

Using thin slices of high dielectric PCB substrate materials layered with copper foil, MLO® Technology delivers low loss, high frequency RF and microwave performance and integrates functional inductors and capacitors in a very compact fashion. Due to MLO® Technology, the BP series offers very high rejection of frequencies outside the specified bandwidth. 

AVX’s BP Series provide best-in-class frequency filtering, especially considering the line’s minimal package size. With a 50 Ω impedance, the series offers a low insertion loss and high rejection, thanks to the MLO® Technology, and steep roll-off to ensure high performance in your system. Amazingly, the family of band pass filtering devices all feature a less than 1.0 mm thickness, making them incredibly space-efficient. With a selection of compact case sizes and a wide range of center frequencies and pass bands, the BP series surely has an option to best suit your telecommunications system. See the infographic below for ordering information.

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The BP Series of band pass filters will surely augment any wireless communication or other RF designs with high-performance in a thin package.

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