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Growing transmission interference in the very high frequency bands, combined with the federally mandated narrowing of the private land mobile radio ultra high frequency bandwidths, is creating an exodus among end users threatened with massive black-outs or inoperability of older devices," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Katherine Shariq.
Furthermore, the switch from ceramic package to ceramic substrate has resulted in a simplification of the filter's inner wiring, enabling reduced parasitic impedance and outstanding levels of attenuation in high frequency bandwidths above 3GHz.
TRAILBLAZER is designed to carry high frequency bandwidth RF signals for headend consolidation and pocket deployment of Interdiction technology applications requiring up to 860 MHz.