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  1. It's been a long time. I was not active due to health problems. Now I'm slowly coming back. I have added a notch filter in the attached picture. This filter is produced so that the two RF systems working side by side do not interfere with each other. 1 watt rf transmitter in the 915 mhz band and 1200 mhz rf video receiver are used to avoid interference. This filter is to protect 1200mhz rf video receiver from noise from 915mhz rf transmitter. If this filter is not used, noise appears in the image. Should I do to build a pcb filter like this?