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Old 05-21-2018, 8:16 PM
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Originally Posted by chief21 View Post
I'm not an EE, but it has always been my understanding that most (all?) Pass/Reject duplexers are passive, mechanical devices with no electronic components. They are usually tuned by adjusting each cavity, in combination with the recommended length of each connecting cable - which must be precise. You can often find on-line instructions for the tuning procedure, or contact the manufacturer for assistance.

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Pass, or notch only cans do not have capacitors. Band pass/band reject duplexers have capacitors on the loops.


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