High Q” proprietary techniques realised in high K materials by BSC allow filters to be produced in small physical footprint. The company uses a thin film foundry process that produces high levels of precision and repeatability with a broad operating temp of -55 to +125 °C.
Applications covered will encompass L band to millimetre frequencies with varying topologies including diplexers, band-pass, notch, low-pass, high-pass and roofing. Products can be produced in open tile for direct die level integration or packaged foot prints for solder reflow.
Features include small physical size, high Q, low loss, high temperature stability, and high selectivity options.
Using this process, a variety of diplexers, multiplexers and filters can be custom produced for applications such as phased array radar, switched filter banks, space, UAVs, guided munitions, secure communications…