Smaller Filters Screen Shrinking RF Circuits (.PDF Download)

Dec. 30, 2015

Squeezing high-frequency components into increasingly smaller systems has become the norm. Filters are no exception, with the latest design and fabrication techniques aimed at fitting them into minuscule, high-power-level packages. A growing number of filters of every type now come in surface-mount-technology (SMT) packages for ease of mounting on printed circuit boards (PCBs), while miniature filters in pin packages simplify the integration of filters into multilayer PCBs...

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