Knowles Precision Devices, a global source for microwave and RF components, including RF filters, splitters and couplers; multilayer, high-reliability, single layer and precision variable capacitors; and EMI filters, announced their attendance at IEEE WAMICON . 

At IEEE WAMICON , Knowles, an AS-9100 certified supplier, will showcase their high frequency, high performance single layer capacitors and an array of U.S. manufactured RF/microwave filter products, including: 

  • Ceramic Filters – Knowles’ proprietary ceramics feature stable performance over a wide temperature range, -55⁰C to 125⁰C, and filters are rigorously tested to ensure the highest performance and quality standards resulting in a low cost of ownership which is optimized for SWAP-C. 
  • Lumped Element – Knowles’ advanced modeling and design capabilities are able to achieve virtually any filter response shape. Knowles Precision Devices can customize our lumped element filters to operate reliably in high-power, high-temperature and harsh environmental conditions.
  • Coaxial Resonators – Knowles Precision Devices offers coaxial resonators spanning applications from 0.3 to 65 GHz. Stable ceramics allows Knowles to achieve high Q, in a small form factor. The high Q obtained in the UHF, VHF, L-, S-, C-bands and microwave frequency range makes these resonators ideal for many applications. 

Knowles Precision Devices has more than 40 years of experience developing RF and microwave components that meet the rigorous requirements for a variety of military, aerospace, telecommunications and industrial markets. Whether you need a catalog part, build to print services or custom components, Knowles performs special life testing, sectioning and additional electrical measurements to meet the MIL standards aerospace and defense require. 

Knowles products are currently in use worldwide in the most advanced military and aerospace instrumentation and communication systems. A wide range of subsea, air and space navigation, communication and detection systems rely on the superior technology and performance of Knowles filters.

The 23rd annual IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference, WAMICON 2023, will be held in Melbourne, Fla., on April 17-18, 2023. The conference will address up-to-date multidisciplinary research needs and interdisciplinary aspects of wireless and RF technology.