By Jeff Elliott
Of all the wavelengths in the spectrum used for wireless data transmission, perhaps the least well known is the millimeter-wave band. However, it is precisely this band (and the continuous bandwidth it provides) that enables wireless data transmission at speeds and bandwidth that compare to the high quality of fiber optic communication systems.
This datasheet includes specifications for Corry Micronics' ceramic resonator type coaxial diplexer. This diplexer covers the 225 Mhz to 3,000 MHz frequency range and has a .5dB to 2dB (typical) insertion loss, 1.5:1 (typical) return loss, 2 to 8 pole rejection, and much more.