In the recent past we have worked with Tier 1 Customers
Our IP portfolio includes patents issued and filed in microwave filter design
Passive Components and Subsystems Design
RF/Microwave Design support,Signal Integrity & Product Integrity on Analogue & Digital front ends
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ASI_Connect",the only free multi-task design tool online. "ASI_Connect" runs on Internet Explorer with no installation, registration, updates and other
processes harmful for your PC. It runs faster than popular FEM based RF simulation tools and it is still applicable to wide class of waveguide filters.
Design Your Filter Online and We Build it for You
"ASI_Connect" is a conceptual design tool, perfect for preliminary designing, proposals, performance evaluation, etc. If you designed a waveguide filter using "ASI_Connect", send us the design file. We will take care about the rest (validation, interfacing, mechanical design, fabrication, finishing, tuning, testing) and ship it to you as complete product.
Design Your Filter Online and Make it Yourself
Experienced designers can use "ASI_Connect" for practical designing with release of dimensions to fabrication. To do so, however, prior to releasing dimensions to a machine shop, the designers are insistently adviced to perform take the following precausion steps:
Perform sensitivity analysis by applying production tolerances to the design dimensions
Perform software accuracy analysis by using different software and comparing simulation results
Make necessary adjustments to the design dimensions to compensate production and software inaccuracy (if needed)
Consider tuning elements (if needed)
See Free Models and Design Examples
"ASI_Connect" is provided with filter models pre-designed for some SATCOM applications. Some of the models are complete designs and some are proposed concepts.
Mismatch spikes are typical spurious responses occuring in filter assemblies. The spur is usually caused by standing wave in transmission lines connecting reflective devices (usually rejective filters)