Low Pass Filter Supplier  Australia:  Why you should consider buying our RF filters

Low pass filters are one of the most commonly used filters in any communication receiver. Two reasons for this are:

  • Low pass filters are easier to design compared to band pass filters.
  • Low pass filters are easier to manufacture in high volumes compared to band pass filters, especially at low frequencies.

AWG Tech has customized and supplied many kinds of low pass filter worldwide. We have supplied low pass filters to Australia, Singapore, Japan, and many other European companies.

Why Choose AWG Tech to Supply Low Pass Filter?

We have an extensive range of standard off-the-shelf low pass filters ranging from as low as 1 MHz to as high as 10 GHz. However, most of our customers prefer our customized low pass filters. All our filters are tested before they leave our factory to make sure that they pass all specifications. This is our assurance to our customers that they only receive good RF components.

Our designers have many years of experience in designing and manufacturing RF filters . This has helped us understand our customers’ needs and allow us to offer solutions that solve their problems. Simply, because we are engineers too.

To date, we have no field returns from our customers, and this is a record that we are very proud off.

Low Pass Filter Classification By Band

AWG Tech supplies a wide range of RF and microwave low pass filters with cut-off frequencies as low as 1 MHz up to as high as 10 GHz. We employ different technologies for different frequency bands in order to optimize performance, manufacturability and cost.

  • HF-Band Low Pass Filter

    HF-Band low pass filter has cut-off frequencies anywhere between 1 MHz up to 30 MHz. The use of low pass filters in HF system is crucial due to the presence of strong interferer like FM broadcast stations.

    For more information about our HF-Band Low Pass Filter, click here.

  • VHF-Band Low Pass Filter

    VHF -band operates from 30 MHz to 300 MHz. Hence the cut off frequencies of VHF-Band low pass filter an be anywhere between 30MHz to 300 MHz. VHF-Band LPF are commonly constructed using descrete inductors and capacitors.

    Check out our range of VHF low pass filter today!

  • UHF-Band Low Pass Filter

    UHF-Band Low Pass Filter has cut-off frequencies between 300MHz to 1 GHz. It is a common requirement for receivers operating in UHF-Band to co-exist with devices operating in the 2.4GHz spectrum. The best way to ensure this is to add a UHF-Band low pass filter before the low noise amplifier of the UHF receiver.

    Click here to see what are the standard UHF-Band Low Pass Filter that we have.

  • L-band Low Pass Filter

    The cut-off frequency for L-Band low pass filters is between 1GHz to 2GHz. Many devices in L-Band suffer from interferences from nearby Bluetooth and wireless LAN. This is where our L-Band low pass filter comes in useful.

    Check out our L-Band low pass filter here.

  • S-Band Low Pass Filter

    As the name suggests, the cut off frequency of an S-Band low pass filter lies between 2 GHz to 4 GHz. The design of S-Band filters are tricky as most capacitors and inductors are not useful at this frequency. It is common to use microstrip or cavity filter for these types of filters.

    Click here to see our range of S-Band low pass filters.

  • C-Band Low Pass Filter

    C-Band low pass filters are used primarily in satellite receivers. They have cut-off frequencies in the frequency range between 4 GHz to 8 GHz. It is common to find C-Band low pass filters constructed using cavity structures.

    Check out what we have to offer for C-Band Low pass filter here.

  • X-Band Low Pass Filter

    X-Band low pass filter have cut-off frequencies from 8 GHz to 12 GHz. It is challenging to make a filter having such a wide passband . We make use of suspended stripline (SSL) technology to build our X-Band low pass filter.

    Click here to find out more.

  • Ku-Band Low Pass Filter

    Ku-Band low pass filter have cut-off frequencies from 12 GHz to 18 GHz. It is very difficult to manufacture Ku-Band low pass filter using traditional filter design methodology. We make use of suspended stripline (SSL) technology to build our Ku-Band low pass filter.

    Click here to find out more.

Send us your requirements for Low Pass Filter

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