NuFilter™ Series

Commercial Off-the-Shelf and Custom Variants Available

NuWaves Engineering HiPerTuner Digitally Tuned RF Filter

Digitally Tuned RF Filter

High-performance, wideband RF Tuner designed for front-end receiver and transmit applications

Harmonic Filter

Low-pass RF filter designed to reduce harmonics at the output of transmitters operating at up through S-Band.

NuWaves Bandpass Cavity Filter

Bandpass Cavity Filters

Pre-Designed, Quick turn Bandpass Cavity Filters. Quotes within 24 hours, lead times as low as 2-3 weeks ARO!

NuWaves Bandpass Cavity Filter

Custom RF Filters

Bandpass, Highpass, Lowpass, and Notch filters. Quotes within 24 hours, lead times as low as 2-3 weeks ARO!

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Which Filter Response Type Is Best For My Application?

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. Once you have identified the system level need for a filter, it’s now time to determine which filter response type will accommodate your

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The Benefits of a Tunable RF Filter

Filters are a staple of RF designers everywhere, and especially in applications where the integrity of the signal cannot be compromised. When you’re only concerned about a single frequency, it’s relatively easy to add in a fixed-tuned filter.  However, it becomes slightly more difficult when you need to cover multiple frequencies and can’t just utilize

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High Power Switched Filter Bank Options for RF Communications and Electronic Warfare (EW) Applications

A Switched Filter Bank is a device that combines switches and filters to provide user-selectable frequency channels. Switched filter banks are beneficial to Radio Frequency (RF) communication systems and are utilized in both receivers and transmitters to reduce signal interference from harmonics, spurious emissions, strong signal interferers, and to limit noise power for optimized system

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