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What are these parts?

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Hi,
Anybody recognize these part numbers? MuRata #CFu455E, a 455kHz IF filter for AM, and SFE10.7MS2-A, a 10.7MHz IF filter for FM. Also, a Toko number, #RMC2A6597. Since I'm reading these numbers from a data sheet, how can I recognize these parts? What do they look like? Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks. <ckd>
 

Pilot

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To narrow it down a bit further the SFE10.7MS2-A is pictured at...

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and the CFU455E is drawn at....


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For any info - and pictures - on current TOKO products go to...

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One question... The datasheet with the TOKO number - is it online?
 
Now for my next trick...

Thanks to Sebi and Pilot for the help. Just one more question...What's the difference between a discriminator, a resonator, and a filter? I have several devices that look about the same. All say 455 or 10.7 on them. Which is which?
Pilot: If you want to take a look at the data on this, let me know. I'd post it now, but it's a big (4.5M) pdf appnote from Motorola.
Thanks again. <ckd>
 

Sebi

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The function depend from letters: SFE is a bandpass filter (e.g.for IF) CDA is a notch filter etc. On MURATA website You can find the caracteristics.
 
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