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ceramic IF filters: input & output reversible?

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by peter dingemans, Feb 2, 2004.

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  1. G'day everyone,

    When replacing a ceramic IF-filter (like the Murata SFE 10.7 F), does
    it matter which side is input and which output, or are they
    reversible? Can't for the life of me find this info... If anyone has
    an idea, I'd be interested.

    (Note: this problem is not related to my other post on the handytalkie
    Standard C-500).

    Grtz,

    Peter Dingemans,
    The Netherlands.


     
  2. This depends on the design of the filter. There are many types of
    configurations. You must enquire to the manufacture for this type of
    data. Or, see if you can get their data sheets on the device.


    Jerry Greenberg
    http://www.zoom-one.com
     
  3. Arfa Daily

    Arfa Daily Guest

    (Jerry Greenberg) wrote in
    I have never had a problem with any Murata 3 leg filter. Either way round
    is good to go

    Geoff
     
  4. Asimov

    Asimov Guest

    "peter dingemans" bravely wrote to "All" (02 Feb 04 08:02:55)
    --- on the heady topic of "ceramic IF filters: input & output reversible?"

    The red dot seems to be the input in circuits I've seen it in. I think
    it doesn't matter but I could be wrong.


    pd> From: (peter dingemans)

    pd> G'day everyone,

    pd> When replacing a ceramic IF-filter (like the Murata SFE 10.7 F), does
    pd> it matter which side is input and which output, or are they
    pd> reversible? Can't for the life of me find this info... If anyone has
    pd> an idea, I'd be interested.

    pd> (Note: this problem is not related to my other post on the handytalkie
    pd> Standard C-500).

    pd> Grtz,

    pd> Peter Dingemans,
    pd> The Netherlands.

    pd>
    pd>

    .... Is reactance then illusory? No, it just appears that way...
     
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