Antennas

Antennas

An antenna is an electrical device which converts an oscillating signal into electromagnetic radiation, and vice versa. Examples include PCB, sheet metal, wire, and waveguide.

Filters

Filters

RF and microwave filters are made up of one or more coupled resonators to create a pass through and rejection band. Common examples include PCB, waveguide, and cavity.

Signal Integrity

Signal Integrity

Signal integrity measures the quality of an electrical signal subject to effects such as noise, distortion, and loss along a transmission path with electrical discontinuities.

Microwave/RF

Microwave/RF

The RF/Microwave section is a spill over of devices not specifically antennas, filter, or signal integrity related, examples including wireless power line and electric motor design.

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