Technical Articles

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Anatech Electronics, Inc.


Anatech Electronics, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Like all types of RF and microwave filters, ceramic filters have unique characteristics that differentiate them from their counterparts and make them useful for specific applications.... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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In a classic case of what you don't know can hurt you, design engineers with advanced knowledge of digital electronics are discovering an urgent need to brush up on RF basics when it comes to... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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When you specify a product, there are key specifications that must be addressed. The information you provide will determine the performance achievable for a given device and whether a different... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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The LC, or lumped element, filter (Figure 1) is perhaps the most common of all electromagnetic filter types. It takes its name from the inductors and capacitors upon which it is based. LC filters can... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Electromechanical filters for RF and microwave applications have long been a comparatively simple solution for eliminating interference. However, specifying filters effectively requires some basic... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Backhaul is the unseen part of every wireless system, yet it is every bit as important as the "front end" portion that everyone sees. In the US, wireless backhaul has been performed using T-1 lines,... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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This document defines parameters that are important to understand when specifying Anatech filters and filter-based products. Many of the parameters or specifications described below apply to other... (View Full Article)