New White Paper – Using C-Type and Pi-Type EMI Filters for MIL-STD 461G, CS116 Compliance

We have posted a brand-new Technical White Paper, which can be found in our Resources Section. This White Paper covers some basic information about how C-Type and Pi filters can be useful in providing protection against MIL-STD 461G, CS116 transient requirements.  The relevant transient injection requirements involve high-energy 1, 10, and 30MHz ring waves being…

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New! – Arrestor Opportunity Form for New Inquiries

For use with any new coaxial/RF surge protection inquiries, we have a new form to use when submitting your request to the NexTek team. This form contains the normal range of questions we would ask for any new inquiry, and is meant to streamline the Inquiry and Product Selection and Recommendation process. Print it out…

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Pi Filter Datasheets Now Available!

Now Available on our website… Preliminary Datasheets for our brand-new C-L-C Pi Filter designs. Available in normal C-L-C configuration, or with optional Transient Suppression integrated into the Filter for complete EMC protection! Learn More High Current Pi Filters – Home Page

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Product Bulletin – Integrate RF Surge and Lightning Protection Without Paying a Size or Weight Penalty!

The Neverending Quest For Size Reduction As with most technologies, RF and Wireless system design is an ever-changing and shifting world.  As certain technologies or RF bands become popular, others fade away. However, the one ever-present force on the industry is the steady, but relentless, push towards smaller size and better integration over time. Lightning/Surge Protection at the PCB…

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Compact Surge Protection – New Product Bulletin Available!

We are happy to announce the recent release of a brand-new two-page bulletin and brochure, featuring our range of compact high-performance arrestors.  Whether you are working on a new design, or trying to retrofit something onto an existing one…these ultra-small options are ideal for any application where size is a critical design factor. Instead of trying…

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