FM Notch Filter 88-108 MHz for SDR; Excellent Rejection 85 dB; Bandstop FilterDesigned by GPIO Labs in Canada
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION An FM notch filter is used to reject or block strong FM signals. A good FM Notch filter will reject FM signals and have low insertion loss for signals outside the band. This i...Read More…
An FM notch filter is used to reject or block strong FM signals.
A good FM Notch filter will reject FM signals and have low insertion loss for signals outside the band.
This is a 9th order Filter with excellent rejection in the FM band. The filter works up to 3 GHz with minimal out-of-band insertion loss. In the absence of a notch filter, FM signals can saturate the receiver. The specifications of this filter are comparable to ones on the market that cost at least twice as much.
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In Japan the FM band extends from 76 to 95 MHz while in North America it spans 88 to 108 MHz.
NOTE: Connectors are SMA-F
Here is an article on Why you need to use a FM Notch Filter with most SDRs.
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