AWR Corporation Press Release - August 25, 2011
Synthesis & Design of Complex Filters – An AWR Application Note
El Segundo, CA – August 25, 2011
AWR issues a new application note on the synthesis and design of complex filters, entitled “Synthesizing and
Optimizing a Hairpin Bandpass Filter with AWR Tools”. This application note uses a hairpin bandpass filter to
illustrate how AWR’s iFilter™ synthesis software in conjunction with Microwave Office® high-frequency design
software and AXIEM 3D™ planar electromagnetic (EM) solver allow designers to quickly and easily create filters
that conform to specific manufacturing constraints and costs while delivering exceptional performance. It shows
how the synthesis tool can automatically manage resonator impedance swings using analytical and empirical
techniques and produce geometries that can be easily realized.
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