- Sep 08 2021
- 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ansys 2021 R2: Introducing New Ansys Solutions for RF/Microwave Filter Design
Harness the full potential of Ansys Electronics with advanced methodologies for RF/Microwave Filter Design Solutions.
Microwave filters can be designed and manufactured with predictable performance, unlike the majority of other microwave components.
As a result, it is more cost-effective to utilize filters and construct the microwave components in a circuit with broadband properties to achieve the desired system performance than would otherwise be achievable.
Inductors, capacitors, and resistors are examples of lumped elements. Filters can also be made from distributed elements, or even from both.
There are basically four different categories of filters: high-pass, band pass, band-stop, and low-pass. When designing and creating the high-pass, bandpass, or band-stop version, it is advantageous to employ this knowledge once the theory and practical use of a low-pass filter are well known.
Learn about two new RF/microwave filter design and analysis solutions that will help engineers increase the efficiency of filter design, in this latest webinar.
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