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ClearComm Model Numbers Explained

We are often asked what our model numbers designate.  So, here is a brief explanation of our model numbering system:

Example Model# CCFA-433-1W-DCP21
CCDP = Duplexer or Diplexer
CCRF = Receive Filter
CCTF = Transmit Filter
CCCF = Generic Filter, may be Rx or Tx
CCFA = Filter Assembly

Example Model# CCFA-433-1W-DCP21
433 = Sequential number in series

Example Model# CCFA-433-1W-DCP21
Connector Code
Empty or ‘N’ = Type ‘N’ Female
‘1’ = 7/16 DIN Female
‘1MD’ = 4195 Mini DIN

Rare options are SMA Female

Example Model# CCFA-433-1W-DCP21
Blank = Indoor use only
‘W’ = Outdoor Rated to IP68

Example Model# CCFA-433-1W-DCP21
DC Pass Thru
Blank = No DC Pass Through, provides DC Short
‘DCP’ = DC Pass
7,8,19 or 21 = Indicates the ports that provide a DC Pass i.e. 700, 850, 1900 or 2100 MHz. May be multiple ports such as 819 or 1921

Adding AWS Spectrum?

ClearComm Technologies offers a series of Multiband Combiners to allow the addition of new bands to existing spectrum.  These Products include:

  • 850 / 1900 Band Combiner (Crossband Coupler)
  • 700+850 / AWS+1900 Band Combiner (Crossband Coupler)
  • AWS / 1900 Band Combiner
  • 700 / 850 Band Combiner
  • 700 / 850 / 1900 Band Combiner
  • 700 / 850 / AWS / 1900 Band Combiner

Look for these products under the menus on the left.

Passive Intermod Testing

ClearComm Technologies is committed to offering products with the highest levels of performance at reasonable prices.  Low levels of Passive Intermod Products are critical to the performance of today's networks.  The file attached describes ClearComm's PIM testing techniques and offers some insights into our low PIM designs.


clearcomm intermod testing.pdf

DAS Interface Trays

ClearComm is now shipping DAS Interfaces for 700, 850, 1900 and 2100 Bands.  We offer a number of unique options including variable attenuation for both Tx and Rx channels, Tx/Tx Combining and Multiple Band Combining.

Contact sales@clearcommtech.com for more information.


das interface - dual.pdf