Circuit & System Protection


Auto-tuning EMI filter

14 November 2018 Circuit & System Protection

A beneficial alternative to limiters and filters, Metamagnetics’ auto-tune filter provides a broadband, fast-response, simple solution that protects receivers from electromagnetic interference (EMI) and ensures that signals of interest are detected.

These devices work by setting a power threshold level which no one signal can exceed. If one or more signals exceeds the threshold, the filter automatically limits it by notching and attenuating the harmful signal. In the meantime, desired radio frequency (RF) signals operating below the power threshold pass through the system unaltered.

Applications include military electronic warfare, radar and communications, along with commercial applications such as wireless communications and satellite broadcasting.

For more information contact Andrew Hannay, RFiber Solutions, +27 82 494 5466, sales@rfibersolutions.com, www.rfibersolutions.com



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