µFILTER™ Miniature High Performance Filters
The µFILTER™ product line consists of standard and custom designed lumped element filters.
The Standard Filter (SF) series offer fixed-tuned band-pass filtering in the 300 MHz to 2.4 GHz range, with available 3 dB bandwidths of 1-40%. The Custom Filter (CF) series offer fixed-tuned band-pass, band-reject, low-pass or high-pass filtering in the 70 MHz to 1 GHz range, with typical bandwidths of 20%.
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Why is RF filtering so important? Simply put, filters reduce the interference in the environment that affects the performance of the communication system, and reduce the interference caused by the communication system. The lack of RF filtering can affect the performance of the UAS in a number of ways: Communication range is reduced due to
When choosing an RF filter for your communications system, test and measurement setup, or RF module design, there are numerous options available. The best option depends on your specific application. Below are some key parameters that will guide your decision: The frequency range(s) that shall pass through the filter (i.e., the passband) The frequency
Radio Frequency (RF) Filters are special circuits that allow a signal of interest to pass through while attenuating any undesired signals. And while there are a large number of different filter topologies, there are generally 4 filter responses, or shapes, when plotted in the frequency domain. These four shapes are: Low Pass High Pass Band
An RF circuit that generates a Radio Frequency (RF) signal, is very sensitive to power supply noise. If not controlled, the power supply noise can significantly degrade the performance of the system. So, what are the sources of noise and how can they be addressed? The first potential source of noise is the power source.
One of the most commonly overlooked building blocks of a UAS communication system is RF filtering. Whether your system is for command and control or streaming sensor data such as live video, proper filtering can be the key element in achieving the communications range or data throughput desired. Unfortunately, it is often not realized that
An RF Preselector (a.k.a an RF Tuner or “front-end”) is used to prevent out-of-band signals from entering the radio receiver. In a super-heterodyne type of receiver, front-end filtering is essential to prevent unwanted signals from degrading the performance of the receiver. Without filtering, the frequency conversion stage(s) of the receiver will convert all signals received