C-circuit EMI/RFI filters have MIL-PRF-28861 qualification

Low pass, feed-through, C-circuit filters by TTE Filters suppress broadband radio frequency interference (RFI) and are qualified to MIL-PRF-28861 for defence applications.

The Instec Filters’ ML61 EMI/RFI filters are qualified to the US Department of Defense DLA Land and Maritime’s MIL-PRF-28861 military standard.

The qualification means they can be used in military electronic systems to suppress and reduce broadband RFI which would otherwise compromise system performance. These high performance systems are used in military communication devices, oscillators, attenuators and low noise amplifiers.

The electrical characteristic ranges of the  low pass, feed-through, C-circuit, solder-in ML61 filters include rated voltage from 50 to 200V DC, capacitance from 10 to 15,000pF and minimum insertion loss from 3.0 to 60dB. The filters’ operating temperature is -55 to +125 degrees C.

Instec Filters’ ML61 EMI/RFI filters series will be featured at TTE Filter’s booth (1129) at the 2021 International Microwave Symposium in Atlanta on June 8-9 2021.


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