Quarter-wave resonant cavity filters are used in many RF applications in land mobile radio. For instance, they are used in duplexers for repeaters, in transmitter combiners, and as filters for specific interference problems. It is important to understand how the various specifications impact the practical use of these cavities. Generally, when filters are required, two criteria must be met — maximum rejection or attenuation at one frequency (or frequency band) and minimum insertion ...

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