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Publication Date: 12/1/2010
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Pulse Offers Low Pass RF Filter for MoCA
In-line MoCA filter.
San Diego, CA — Pulse Electronics Corp. has introduced a new point-of-entry RF filter module for multimedia over coax (MoCA) applications. The standalone CX5060 filter passes cable television (CATV) Docsis 3.0 signals, blocks MoCA signals, and provides RFI shielding and surge protection within a weatherproof metal housing. It is designed for use by CATV service providers to isolate MoCA service within a single service point. MoCA technology allows a DVR, TVs, and other video products to share content within a given residence.

Passband frequency for the filter is from 5MHz to 1002MHz with an impedance of 75Ω and provides over 40dB of insertion loss in the MoCA frequency band (1125 - 2300MHz). The filter is designed to operate over the temperature range of -40 to +85°C. Its electrical performance provides significant blockage of MoCA signals generated within a service location from leaking into the CATV plant.

The filter has a compact, robust mechanical design with rotating bezel for ease of installation. It measures 2-in. (5.08cm) long overall with a maximum diameter of 0.67-in. (1.7cm). The product is designed for "side of the house" outdoor applications for installation by CATV service providers. The package meets CATV industry specifications to withstand installation demands and to provide a long embedded life.

Contact: Pulse Electronics Corp., 12220 World Trade Drive, San Diego, CA 92128 858-674-8100 fax: 858-674-8262 E-mail: Web:

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