Overview

October 24 - 26, 2018. Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Practical filter design methods for cavity combline filters for wireless systems.

This course is focused on practical filter design methods for cavity combline filters for wireless systems. The core material is a universal procedure for narrow band filter design that can be applied to virtually any filter technology or topology. The procedure is rooted in Dishal's method with powerful extensions that include the port tuning concept, equal ripple optimization techniques, and efficient EM simulation. All the techniques presented can be implemented using commercially available CAD tools.

When applying for this course No 030 we strongly recommend that you combine this course with the sequentially scheduled course No 031 "Cavity Filters and Multiplexers for Wireless Applications" given the same week.

Please note that participants attending both course 030 and course 031 will benefit from a reduced total course fee.  Book the combined course!

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Instructor
Instructor Swanson Element
Daniel G. Swanson Jr.

BSEE degree from the University of Illinois and MSEE degree from the University of Michigan, USA.

SW Filter Design, Boulder, CO, USA

Mr. Swanson has been a member of the Continuing Education Institute-Europe faculty since 1998.

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Early Bird €1,885.00 Regular Price €2,095.00

Early Bird Price valid until: Aug 17, 2018