APITech leverages its advanced RF & Microwave filter technologies to build high performance Filter Assemblies for military & commercial applications
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Learn about our various Integrated Microwave Assemblies, specs, and use cases.
APITech is known for its advanced design and engineering abilities, along with a strong emphasis on multi-disciplined vertical integration. These qualities allow the company to develop complex assemblies that seamlessly integrate into some of the world’s most sophisticated technology platforms. Our IMAs and MFAs are designed for applications that include electronic warfare, military communications, radar, aerospace, and commercial wireless and telecom.
Our IMAs and MFAs are designed for applications that include electronic warfare, military communications, radar, aerospace, and commercial wireless and telecom. With one of the largest collections of component designs in the industry, APITech is able to customize IMAs and subsystems to user specifications using a variety of our own components such as limiters, amplifiers, mixers, filters, and attenuators.
Some of APITech’s key advantages include our in-house precision machine capabilities, excellent rejection properties, and low insertion loss. The company also utilizes proprietary component designs for optimum performance and savings across the supply chain.
|Filter Based IMAs: APITech uses its design expertise in cavity filter construction, suspended substrate, SAW, and other filter topologies.||
|Oscillator-based IMAs: High reliability, oscillator-based microwave assembly solutions that use complex fr/microwave techniques.|
|Multi-Channel Attenuators: APITech offers a range of programmable and fixed multi-channel attenuator subsystems.|
|Amplifier-based IMAs: APITech uses advanced semiconductor technologies like GaN, LDMOS, Silicon MOSFET, and GaAs MESPHET.|
|Custom MMIC-based IMAs: We provide design and manufacturing expertise for design/build to specification and/or build-to-print MMIC-based IMAs.||