Understanding which RF Filter Technology works best for your next module design
Sponsored by: Smiths Interconnect
- Module Designs
- Filter Technology
Date: 25 May
Time: 11AM EST/5PM CET
Join us Tuesday, May 25, 2021 11am to 11:45 EST
Modern RF module designs are becoming increasingly complex and RF filtering is a key component in the overall system performance. To choose the right RF filter for your next RF design, you will need to identify the specific filter technology that best suits your RF design, evaluate the filter type, and verify the specifications and application use.
In this webinar, Smiths Interconnect experts will examine the different RF filter technologies, evaluate key parameters when choosing an RF filter, and discuss current and future RF filter trends. Special attention will be given to the emerging planar chip filter and thick, and thin film processing technology.
Join our experts to learn more on how RF filter technology can enhance your next module design.
Engineering Manager RF/Microwave Product Design
Chris is an Engineering Manager with 15 years experience in RF/Microwave board level component design, manufacturing, and applications. Over the years he has held various technical roles in engineering and product line management. He is well versed in the design and manufacturing aspects of thick and thin film technology used to product today’s cutting-edge components.
Product Line Manager, Filters and Integrated Filter Assemblies
Mike is the Product Line Manager for Filters and Integrated Filter Assemblies for Smiths Interconnect. Mike is responsible for interpreting all key market trends, developing strategies, and providing direction into product roadmap and strategy and penetration into key and target accounts. Mike earned a BS and an ME degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Maine. He has over 25 years of industry experience in RF and Microwave technology including product design, product management, manufacturing and test.
Sean is an RF Engineer at Smiths Interconnect. With more than 16 years of RF experience, he has extensive knowledge in RF testing, design, production, and process control. His expertise lies in coaxial cavity, printed circuit board, waveguide, and dielectric resonator filters. Sean has been with Smiths Interconnect for almost three years.
Key Learning Objectives
- Learn key performance factors for conventional and planar chip filter technologies.
- What are the key parameters when choosing RF filters: frequency band of interest, rejection criteria, insertion loss, package size and mounting style.
- What is next for RF Filter Technology - current trends in filter performance.
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