The ferrites have 3 important parameters:
- Impedance (Z) at specific frequency (f)
- Max allowed current (Imax)
- And the package (Sometimes, this may not be given in the schematics)
Knowing these, you can extract the info:
|Z| = 60 Ohms @ f = 100 MHz
Imax = 6000 mA
In a 1806 package
If you use a search engine like Mouser then select 1806 as the package size; then select 60 Ω as the impedance and, opt for 6 amp/6000 mA current (as per 60Z_6000mA_100MHz in your picture), there are only a few choices available (8) and, if you need to get closer to the actual part specified in your picture then, more information is needed.
How do I deduce the value of the ferrite bead between pin 2 and 16 as shown in the schematic.
So, it's highly likely that the parts found on Mouser (or whatever site you prefer) will be fairly representative of the "60Z_6000mA_100MHz" in your picture. Sometimes you just have to put on your deerstalker and do some Sherlock Holmes work.
Image courtesy of this site.
So, it might be this part from Vishay: -
I don't think it is any of the Murata parts listed because they don't contain the term "1806" in their data sheets. The Laird device could be one of these: -
But it could also be this Wuerth device: -
Take your pick.